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KDE 3.5 Fork Trinity Releases First Major Update 161

Posted by samzenpus
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First time accepted submitter Z_God writes "Disappointed with KDE 4's performance and other shortcomings, Timothy Pearson continued KDE 3.5 development under the name Trinity. Tuesday the first major update of the Trinity Desktop Environment was released providing an alternative upgrade path for KDE users that do not feel comfortable with KDE 4. The Trinity Desktop Environment should provide a fast and familiar experience for all users expecting a traditional desktop environment. Packages are available for Debian, Ubuntu and Fedora from the Trinity project site."
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Google Starts Indexing Facebook Comments 167

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First time accepted submitter SharkLaser writes "Users of Facebook Connect have previously enjoyed extra privacy as it was harder for Google to index comments made on the platform. Google, which also runs the competing service Google+, has now started indexing Facebook's public comments as well as comments made on platforms Disqus and Intense Debate, which all used programming that was hard for Google to read. Public comments and links made on those platforms will now be directly visible and searchable in Google."

Comment: Re:Article is from 2009 (Score 1) 115

by novalogic (#34624538) Attached to: FBI Defend Raids On Texas Datacenter

Well, a little bit more updated news.. (Jan 2010)

http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/latestnews/stories/0109dnbusindict.5a69f16b.html?ocp=2#slcgm_comments_anchor

Seems one of the main people referenced in the story is dead trying to re-enter the US after he fled, the other is in Jail.

At least we know what happened to the players.

Comment: Sensationalist news... (Score 1) 849

by novalogic (#26461053) Attached to: South Carolina Seeking To Outlaw Profanity

Forgot to say, "...in public places" in the title.

This law is talking about areas that are public. And you have to think what can be covered by that....

Can Wal-mart? Can the Wal-mart parking lot?

No to both answers.

Simple way to view it, anywhere your tax dollars pay for upkeep. A court house, a public park, a school are some examples.

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