KDE Applications 16.08 Released, Canonical Becomes A Patron
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 18 August 2016 at 01:03 PM EDT. 33 Comments
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KDE Applications 16.08 was released today as the newest bundle of KDE applications built atop KDE Frameworks 5.

KDE Applications 16.08 features the KF5 ports of Kolourpaint, Cervisia, and KDiskFree. KDE's Kontact suite has also been improved upon, Marble 2.0 was added, Ark archiving support can now handle ApplImage and more, the Konsole terminal has been improved, and much more.

More details on KDE Applications 16.08 via the release announcement at KDE.org.

KDE also announced today via dot.kde.org that Canonical has become a patron of KDE e.V. Large companies like Canonical need to pay €10,000 to become a patron of the KDE e.V. foundation. Other Patrons of KDE include Blue Systems, Google, SUSE, and The Qt Company.
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