f16/kde48 repo

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With kde-4.8.0 to be officially released any minute/day now, and to forestall the deluge of questions like
* How do I get kde-4.8.x for f16
* When will kde-4.8.x be released for f16

and help get things tested, I threw together a (hopefully temporary) backports repo,
http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/rdieter/kde48/

similar to what we did with f15/kde47

It contains just the minimal builds needed to get up and running with kde-4.8.0 (as opposed to kde-unstable repo that has other stuff like calligra).

Hopefully, this will lower the bar and make it easier to use, and get more folks using and testing it. Oh, and to answer question 2 above, well just have to wait and see how testing goes. Please do give feedback.

Enjoy.

-- rex
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