The LinuxWorld Magazine
2003 Readers' Choice Awards, often referred to as the "Oscars of the Software Industry," recognizes excellence in the solutions provided by the top Linux vendors in the market. We are therefore very proud that KDE 3.1 has won first place in the "Best Linux Desktop Manager" category.
Earlier this month KDE was already
awarded by members of the
with the 2003 Award for Desktop Environment
of the Year. LinuxQuestions.org provides a variety of forums where new
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KDE developer Richard Moore was pleased by the
of the KDE project: "This endorsement of our work by the Linux community
is fantastic. We hope that people will like the upcoming KDE 3.2 release
just as much, and that the award will help spur us on down the path to
future KDE versions."
Visitors to the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in New York City can see KDE 3.2 in action at the KDE booth (#17) in the .org pavillion. It is worth noting that KDE 3.2 and KDevelop are also finalists for the LinuxWorld Product Excellence awards at the conference.
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