KDE Launches A Distribution Outreach Program
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 3 March 2016 at 08:09 AM EST. 19 Comments
KDE --
With the Plasma 5.6 beta out the door, the KDE development community has today announced the formation of a Distribution Outreach Program.

This program is a mailing list that's seeking to improve the collaboration between KDE and distributions/operating-systems who distribute their software. KDE is trying to further reinforce they want their software to run everywhere, do not just cater to one or a few Linux distributions, and they are hoping to improve the experience for all their users.

The few basic details on the KDE Distribution Outreach Program can be found via today's announcement at dot.kde.org.

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