Phoronix: KDE 4.3.2 Makes It Out With Some Enhancements
Continuing with the monthly point-release updates until KDE 4.4 is released next January, KDE 4.3.2 packages are now available for download. KDE 4.3.2 brings many crasher fixes, further stabilization work to KWin's window compositing effects, and KMail improvements. The KDE 4.3.2 release announcement is available at KDE.org...
I'll take KDE3's Kaffeine over the Phonon based Krapeine any day. I know it's still pre-release but that doesn't seem to stop distros from using it (openSUSE 11.2 and Karmic will for example).
Alas my list of KDE4 gripes is dwindling even if I don't see the point in having lots of windows stuck to the surface of the desktop without the ability to be on top of other windows. I just don't see how it makes anything more useful to be part of your wallpaper. I don't care how fast you can minimize/hide all your windows to get to it... it just serves to disconnect the widget from your work flow. I know I don't have to use them (and I don't). I just think they are silly and wanted to let you know that I think you're silly too if you like them.