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webcollage screensaver support for KScreenSaver

This package allows KScreenSaver to use the WebCollage screensaver, which downloads random pictures from the internet to create a collage.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The internet contains all kinds of pictures, some of which might be found inappropriate or offensive. It is recommended that this screensaver not be used a public environment, workplace, or where it may be seen by children.

Please read /usr/share/doc/kscreensaver-xsavers-webcollage/README.Debian after installing this package.

This package is part of the KDE artwork module.

Package version:4:4.4.5-1


In this file:

* What it is

What it is

This package contains additional

* themes,
* screensaver,
* sounds,
* wallpapers,
* widget styles and
* window styles

for KDE. We placed them into this module so that kdebase won't be too bloated.


WebCollage Screensaver

This screensaver downloads random images from the Internet, and therefore 
often displays pornography. This is a problem since many people don't read the
fine print before trying a screensaver, and at work porn is very bad.
People might also get the webcollage screensaver through the Random screensaver, 
without realizing what might show up.

The hook


kdeartwork (4:4.4.5-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Modestas Vainius ]
  * New upstream release.
  * Bump kde-sc-dev-latest build dependency to 4:4.4.5.

  [ Sune Vuorela ]
  * Update Descriptions
  * Update email address

 -- Sune Vuorela <>  Sun, 18 Jul 2010 12:21:04 +0200

kdeartwork (4:4.4.4-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.

  [ Modestas Vainius ]
  * Bump pkg-k


This package was debianized by Ana Beatriz Guerrero Lopez <> on
Tue, 22 May 2007 22:07

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