KDE Developers Wrap Up March By Working On Back-End Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 29 March 2020 at 07:36 AM EDT. 6 Comments
KDE --
This week in KDE land there weren't too many new features introduced but a lot of low-level work to foster future features.

Some of what did come about over the past week includes:

- Easier switching of time zones from the clock applet.

- Support for launching applications in Cgroup slices.

- Various KDE Discover fixes.

- Various other fixes for KDE Frameworks 5.69 and Plasma 5.18.x/5.19.x.

More details can be found via the weekly KDE highlights by developer Nate Graham on his blog.
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