Freshmeat page: Not yet
CLED stands for "Conectiva Linux Enlightened Desktop". I'm sort of lazy now and I'll copy and paste from the website: "This is your friend Gnrfan again. Well, as I told you I'm working in Enlightenment-ware for Conectiva and envision your cool distro to be one of the best supporting and exploiting the cool functionality built in E. I came with this concept that I want you to consider.. "The Conectiva Linux Enlightened Desktop (CLED)", a preconfigured, enlightentment-based, X11 desktop that will let you use both GNOME and KDE at the same time if desired providing a uniform look (and hopefully feel) among all sort of X11 apps like Gnome apps, KDE apps, X11 apps (xmms, gkrellm, etc)."
Remember the official name is "CLED" but you can also call it "Conectiva's Blue hack of Brushedmetal desktop" of whatever you like. Acme from Conectiva said the idea is cool so it has big chances of truly fitting into the Conectiva Linux distro.
News on CLED
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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