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Latest revision as of 11:48, 13 May 2013


Welcome to the guide for Independent Software Vendors.

This page presents an overview about KDE's developer pages in particular for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who either are interested in adopting the KDE for daily use or want to release their software with seamless integration into KDE.


There are several sections you might be interested in:

Why use KDE?

Read more about why KDE is the right choice.

Getting Support

Read more about how to get support.

Licensing

Read more about the licenses KDE is using.

Tools and Libraries

Read more about useful tools and libraries.

KDE Community

Read more about the driving forces behind KDE.

Success Stories

Read more about successful KDE deployments.

Roadmap

Read more about the release and features schedules.

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