There are a lot of Wayland support improvements to find in the upcoming release of KDE's Plasma 5.7.
KDE developers this week at Randa have ben working on improvements for KDE applications on Windows.
KDE developers quietly released the Plasma 5.7 beta on Thursday for offering a new glimpse at the experience ahead of its official debut in July.
KDE Frameworks 5.23 was announced today as the latest major update to this collection of add-on libraries complementing Qt5.
The first User Edition release is out for KDE Neon, which allows you to easily experience the latest Plasma stable experience and other updated KDE components.
KDE Plasma 5.7 continues to look more and more like it will be running reasonably well on Wayland with close parity to the KDE stack running on X11.
The latest KWayland feature in the pipe for the next KDE Frameworks 5 update is virtual frame-buffer support for its Wayland server.
It feels like it took an eternity in retrospect, but the Krita 3.0 release of this KDE sketching and digital painting program is now available.
The KDE Partition Manager, the promising disk partitioning application that's become a viable alternative to GParted, is up to version 2.2.
The latest KWin/Wayland hacking project by Martin Gräßlin is adding virtual keyboard support to KWin for the upcoming KDE Plasma 5.7 release.
Krita, KDE's incredible digital painting and illustration program, is getting very close to their major 3.0 milestone with today's availability of their release candidate.
KDE Frameworks 5.22 was released this week and with this frameworks update comes the addition of KWayland.
Martin Gräßlin's latest focus on KDE development has been improving the input device support under KWin, particularly for when it's acting as a Wayland compositor.
KDE's Project Neon has begun publishing daily images of the latest KDE Plasma stack powered atop Wayland rather than the X.Org Server.
The Plasma Mobile stack being developed by KDE is almost one year old but they've now decided to shift their OS architecture a bit instead of relying directly upon Ubuntu Touch.
The developers behind KDE's flagship digital painting and animation program have this morning announced the Krita 3.0 Beta.
Those working on the KDE Neon initiative for making it more easy to consume the bleeding-edge KDE software have today announced their User Edition Tech Preview.
The KDE community today announced the release of KDE Frameworks 5.21.0 as the latest version of these building blocks for building KDE and other Qt applications.
Krita 3.0 has made another step closer to being released with this weekend's alpha release.
After surveying developers and community users, KDE has come to a vision for the future and united around a single mission statement.
Better ownCloud integration is coming for Plasma 5.7.
KDE announced this morning the new Kirigami UI.
The KDE community today released KDE Applications 16.04 Beta with this next spin of the KDE application set now under a feature freeze ahead of next month's release.
KDE Plasma 5.6 has been officially released this morning.
KDE's Kdenlive non-linear video editor was added to KDE Applications 15.08 and since then it's continued to advance in step with the four-month updates to the stack.
The crew behind the incredible Krita KDE drawing program has today announced they've gone into a feature freeze for Krita 3.0 and have decided to release 3.0 Pre-Alpha 3.
For those using the KDE Partition Manager as a KDE/Qt alternative to GParted, the version 2.1.0 release is out along with an update to its underlying KPMcore 2.1.0 library.
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.
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