While Ubuntu-based distributions have Project Neon and OpenSUSE have launched their own initiative for providing a bleeding-edge KDE stack, Fedora users through the use of Copr repositories are able to access newer KDE software.
With the Plasma 5.6 beta out the door, the KDE development community has today announced the formation of a Distribution Outreach Program.
The KDE community has banded together to release the Plasma 5.6 beta today.
KDE's Martin Gräßlin has provided a status update concerning KWin/Wayland support with the latest KDE stack.
Jonathan Riddell has updated his spin of (K)Ubuntu that comes with the latest Git code of KDE's KWin and other packages via the new KDE Neon initiative for making it easy to try out KDE Plasma on Wayland.
KDE Plasma 5.5.5 was released this morning as the latest monthly point release to the KDE Plasma 5.5 software stack.
Last week was the news about openSUSE making it easier to try out the very latest KDE packages. They've now upped that up a notch by making it easier to try out the KDE on Wayland experience using their Linux distribution.
To date most of the XDG-App talk for application sandboxing has been within the GNOME camp, but it's great to see a KDE developer is now looking at supporting this important technology outside of the GNOME space.
Shashlik is the KDE-aligned project for running Android apps on Linux outside of a traditional Android environment. A new version of this open-source project is now available.
The release schedule for the upcoming KDE Applications 16.04 bundle has been firmed up.
Not only was a new beta of digiKam 5.0 released today for ending out January, but KDevelop 5.0 Beta 2 has shipped as the first update to KDevelop 5 in several months.
The port of the digiKam digital camera software to Qt5 and KDE Frameworks 5 is nearing its stable release.
Following the news yesterday that KDE is incubating a new "KDE Neon" project, it's now been launched from FOSDEM this weekend in Brussels, Belgium.
Jonathan Riddell, the former Kubuntu release manager that was ousted from the project, will be announcing a "KDE Neon" incubator project this weekend at FOSDEM.
For KDE Ubuntu users wanting to run the latest upstream KDE software components without switching over to the 16.04 "Xenial Xerus" development repository, backports of the new packages have taken place for Kubuntu 15.10.
KDE Plasma 5.5.4 was released today as a bug-fix update to Plasma 5.5 as released in December. With this new point release there are fixes primarily for multi-screen users receiving notifications.
While Google's annual Summer of Code has been done for several months now, the KDE project published this weekend their final overview of all the progress that was made this past summer by these promising student developers.
The release of Krita 3.0 is coming closer with this weekend's release of a pre-alpha snapshot.
Version 2.0 of the KDE Partition Manager has been released.
While Plasma 5.5 was just released last month with many improvements and appears to be in great shape -- as outlined by Ken Vermette's big review of Plasma 5.5 -- even more great stuff is coming for Plasma 5.6.
KDE Frameworks 5.18.0 was released this weekend with the latest add-on components for complementing Qt 5.
While the KDE Akonadi PIM storage service has been criticized as being slow, among other complaints, it's continuing to be developed and improved upon in the Qt5 and KDE Frameworks 5 world.
The KDE development team has announced their first Plasma 5 update of 2016.
As some more exciting news today in the KDE Wayland space besides the server-side decoration support is the release of the first KDE Plasma Wayland Live DVD/USB image.
KDE's Martin Gräßlin has announced a Christmas present to everyone looking forward to KDE on Wayland: support for server-side decorations.
KDE Applications 15.12 was officially released today as the last major KDE component update for 2015.
While many Linux distributions are in the process of stopping to support the KDE Plasma 4 desktop, FreeBSD isn't yet ready to make the move to the "KDE 5" packages.
Since last month Krita 2.9 Animation Edition has been in beta as the version of this KDE drawing program that supports animations and uses OpenGL 3 on the GPU for rendering. The second beta of it is now available.
Arch Linux developers have begun phasing out the KDE 4 desktop.
For those curious what KDE's Kdenlive non-linear video editor 15.12 update will bring when released next week, here's a look.
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