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Interesting message from SuSE's Richard Seibt on kde-core-devel

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Here is the text of a message Richard Seibt posted on the KDE Core
development newsgroup. Since Novell had acquired both Ximian and SUSE,
there had been some speculation that it would no longer support KDE.

"Dear KDE developers,

since I joined SUSE in January 2003, I learned that KDE is one of the
successful and fastest evolving open source projects. Since the first
day I 
use it myself and I am thrilled with it. My personal thanks to all of
you who 
contributed in the last seven years to KDE.

KDE is the defacto standard for Linux desktops in Europe. Without KDE, I
not believe we would be seeing the interest in Linux on the corporate
that we are seeing today and on the consumer desktop as well. 

Please be clear: SUSE LINUX will continue to strongly support KDE".

- -- 
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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