Ring-KDE 3.0 Released To Use The GNU's Distributed Communication Platform
Ring-KDE 3.0 is considered a full rewrite of the program in order to support Qt Quick 2, the KDE Kirigami framework, and other newer features where as earlier versions of the program were a fork of SFLPhone.
Ring-KDE 3.0 is designed around a timeline-based interface, has better support for video/screen-sharing/file-streaming, multi-call support, improved chat functionality, and other UI/UX improvements.
More details on Ring-KDE 3.0 -- including more screenshots -- can be found via today's announcement. If this happens to be your first time hearing about GNU Ring, you can learn more about the communication platform itself at Ring.cx.