This weekend at the 2015 Akademy conference in A Coruña, Galicia, Spain, KDE Plasma Mobile was announced. There's been a flow of new Plasma Mobile details and reference images being put out this weekend and we're starting to learn more about its proposed software stack, including its usage of Wayland.
Following up from this morning's post about KDE Announces Plasma Mobile For Fully-Free Software For Mobile Devices, here are some more details.
At KDE's Akademy event today, the KDE camp has just lifted the embargo on Plasma Mobile.
There's some new artwork coming to the next KDE Plasma update due out next month, including a new wallpaper.
Long time Kwin maintainer Martin Graesslin penned another blog post today, this time discussing his work getting KGlobalAccel, KIdleTime, and KWindowSystem to play nicely under a Wayland session, rather than an X11 based session.
Kdenlive 15.08 will be part of KDE Applications 15.08 and this non-linear video editor's second release as part of the KDE Apps stack following its port to Qt5/KF5 earlier in the year.
Ken Vermette has been developing a new open-source web browser for KDE that he's calling Fiber.
Shashlik is an "Android Simulated Environment" to serve as a launcher for running Android applications on a conventional GNU/Linux distribution.
Version 5.12 of the KDE Frameworks were released this morning as the complementary set of add-on libraries to Qt5.
For those running KDE on a systemd-based Linux system, the KDE Control Module for controlling this init system and its options has been updated.
Hot off the release of KDE Plasma 5.3.2, the KDE development community has announced the release of Applications 15.04.3.
Just on the heels of his last blogpost about four years in porting KDE to Wayland, Martin Gräßlin, the long-time Kwin maintainer, has put out another blog post detailing some of the troubles that he and the KDE crew have encountered in their prepping for Wayland.
The latest monthly point release to Plasma 5.3 is now available by the KDE crew.
KDE KWin maintainer Martin Gräßlin made a blog post today commemorating the four years that he's been focusing on getting Wayland support up and running natively with the KWin window manager / compositor.
While tensions appeared eased yesterday between the Ubuntu and Kubuntu camps with Jonathan Riddell stepping down from his leadership roles, that may not be the end of the story.
The Ubuntu drama last month of the Ubuntu Community Council ordering Jonathan Riddell out of any (K)Ubuntu leadership positions has apparently come to a close. The former Canonical employee who was widely looked at as a leader of Kubuntu has removed his membership from the Kubuntu Council.
A pre-alpha is out of Kexi 3, the port of the visual database creator to KDE Frameworks 5 and Qt 5.4.
Version 4.11 of the digiKam Software COllection is now available and in the process of this release its BugZilla has seen more than 250 closures due to being duplicated/invalid/fixed. With digiKam 4.11 also comes improved OS X support.
The KDE community has announced the release of KDE Frameworks 5.11, the newest version of their add-on libraries to Qt.
Earlier today, just days after the ending of their latest Kickstarter campaign, the Krita team happily announced the release of Krita 2.9.5.
The KDE crew has announced the release of KDE Applications 15.04.2 today, which is a monthly bug-fix update for the KDE Applications 15.04 stack.
As of this weekend, openSUSE Tumbleweed is now defaulting to the KDE Plasma 5.3 experience alongside the KDE Applications 15.04.1 packages.
The next major KDE Applications update, v15.08, is planned for release on 19 August.
KDE Frameworks 5.10 was released on Friday as the latest add-on libraries complementing Qt within the KDE world.
Martin Gräßlin just shared that with the forthcoming KDE Plasma 5.4 update, KWin will serve as a proper Wayland compositor!
Macaw-Movies is the latest KDE incubator project, which is focused on providing movie organization/management features to open-source fans.
Now that KDE Plasma 5.3 was released this week, KDE developers are starting to plan out and work on the new material intended for KDE Plasma 5.4.
Kubuntu 15.04 provides a great experience of the new KDE stack but the version being shipped by this KDE spin of Ubuntu is Plasma 5.2 given that it was the latest available for last week's 15.04 Vivid Vervet release. For those wishing to try out KDE Plasma 5.3, it's now easy thanks to the packages landing in Kubuntu Backports.
It's KDE Plasma 5.3 day!
Just a day after the KDE Plasma 5.3 Beta release is the availability of KDE Applications 15.04.0.
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