While this year's Google Summer of Code has long passed, the KDE development community is now once again starting the Season of KDE 2015 as an initiative to get new developers involved with KDE projects.
Following the Krita 3.0 porting work to Qt5 and KF5, Calligra Words is benefiting from the porting of shared code by Krita that they too now can be a "pure" Qt5 tool-kit plus KDE Frameworks 5 application.
The latest monthly point release to Plasma 5.4 is now available.
Kubuntu 15.10 "Wily Werewolf" is being released later this month and it will feature the very latest KDE Plasma 5.4 point release.
Boudewijn Rempt has written a blog post today announcing that the Krita team is "done porting!" and "technically" finished with bringing the Krita drawing program to Qt5 and KDE Frameworks 5.
Fiber, the new open-source web browser aligned with Qt/KDE and is generating a fair amount of interest, has laid out details regarding their planned ad policy.
KDE on Wayland has been making a lot of progress recently to the point that it's becoming usable and with KDE Plasma 5.5 it looks like it will be in very good shape.
KDE's Breeze icon package is finished in the sense that every Oxygen icon from their repository has been made available within Breeze.
KDE developers at Randa have made some progress on working to port KDE applications and libraries to Android.
KDE developers part of the Visual Design Group (VDG) who are meeting in Randa, Switzerland right now have made more progress on beautifying the KDE desktop.
KDE Plasma 5.4.1 was released this morning as the first monthly bug-fix update for the Plasma 5.4 desktop stack.
A developer at KDAB, a Qt consulting company, has written about using static analysis to improve performance.
Version 14.0.1 of the Trinity Desktop Environment is now available, a fork of the KDE 3 Desktop Environment.
SDDM, the QML-based display manager popular with KDE distributions/desktops, is up to version 0.12.
KDE developers continue making progress on porting to Wayland.
Aside from "every frame being perfect" with Wayland among its many advantages over X11, another benefit will be for greater power-savings in properly implemented software when a display is turned-off/sleeping.
KDE Plasma 5.4.0 was released as stable this morning.
KDE developer Martin Gräßlin explained today that he has no plans on making use of Vulkan within KDE's compositor / window manager.
Yesterday KWin maintainer Martin Gräßlin wrote about a Qt QPA plug-in for KWin while today he's talking about another Wayland-driven, longer-term work item driven by Wayland.
Ahead of the Plasma 5.4 release later this month and after last week's KDE Frameworks 5.13 release is KDE Applications 15.08.
KDE KWin developer Martin Gräßlin as part of his KDE Wayland porting work has announced a Qt Platform Abstraction (QPA) plug-in for KWin.
While at one point it looked like Kdenlive had a dark future, things turned around. This non-linear video editor was ported to Qt5 / KF5 and is added to KDE Applications 15.08.
Out now ahead of the Plasma 5.4 release later this month is KDE Frameworks 5.13.0.
KDE Applications 15.12 will be presenting a new screenshot utility that's completely rewritten and replacing the original KSnapshot.
KDE KWin maintainer Martin Gräßlin is exploring the possibility of defaulting to using EGL rather than GLX when running the KDE desktop on the X.Org Server.
Work is underway on getting AppStream to work for Kubuntu and is stepping closer to having full AppStream support in Debian.
The beta is out today of the KDE Plasma 5.4 update, which brings new desktop features to the modern KDE desktop stack.
For those wondering about the latest work done by the KDE Visual Design Group (VDG), they have more beautiful icons coming for Plasma 5.4.
A few weeks back we wrote about Fiber, yet another web-browser for Qt/KDE, while today there's a bit more information.
From announcing KDE Plasma Mobile to other announcements, KDE's Akademy 2015 conference in A Coruña, Galicia, Spain has been another action-packed KDE event.
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