KDE Plasma 5.6 Is Now Available To Fedora Users
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 6 March 2016 at 08:44 AM EST. 4 Comments
KDE --
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.

Fedora developer Daniel Vrátil has announced the availability of KDE Plasma 5.6 beta on Fedora. This week's Plasma 5.6 beta release is already available when enabling the Fedora KDE SIG's Copr repository of plasma-5-unstable. There is also packaged the new GRUB and Plymouth themes around KDE's Breeze.

More details via this blog post. Plasma 5.6 will be officially released later this month.
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