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Sat Oct 30 15:34:58 CEST 2004

"I'd like to remind anyone that next weekend KDE 3.3.2 will be tagged 
and prepared for release. Please use the remaining time to review 
your applications/translations and if you know of any missing piece on"

So please add any work you did in the changelog and backport bug fixing if you 
did not do it yet (I saw one in Kiten that was not backported).
The relevant file is:

"The 3.4 feature list closes for additions next week, so we can release an 
alpha1 in early December."

That means that you have to write here about any feature you will implement 
until the freeze. If the feature is not written here, you won't able to do 
it. In any case, it is better to write a feature even if you are not sure 
you'll be able to do it. There's no harm in a feature being written and not 
done, it'll be in the 4.0 TODO. However you will NOT be able to commit new 
code if it's not planned in the 3.4 document.
The relevant file is:

I hope this is clear.



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