Using the openSUSE Build Servive it's now easy to test the very latest Qt5 and KDE Frameworks 5 advancements from the openSUSE Linux distribution.
Following in the steps of Project Neon
, the initiative for providing daily packages on Kubuntu of KDE Frameworks 5, a similar push is underway in the openSUSE world.
There's new KDE Qt5 (snapshots of the current Qt 5.2 development tree) and the KDE Frameworks 5 packages available for openSUSE users wanting to play with an experimental KF5 session. These packages are important for the upcoming KDE Wayland support
For more information on the KDE Frameworks 5 support for openSUSE, read this blog post