KDE Plasma 5.2.1 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 24 February 2015 at 10:25 AM EST. Add A Comment
KDE --
The KDE community has today announced the first bug-fix release to Plasma 5.2.

This point release coming one month after the release of Plasma 5.2 brings fixes for Powerdevil to prevent using the full CPU, Plasma Desktop enhancements, Oxygen style tweaks, KScreen fixes, corrections to the Plasma Network Manager, and preventing the screen from turning off or suspend from happening while watching videos in a web browser.

More details on the KDE Plasma 5.2.1 changes can be found via the release announcement posted this morning to dot.kde.org.

Meanwhile, all feature development is focused on KDE Plasma 5.3.0. The Plasma 5.3.0 release is planned to happen on 28 April as the next quarterly update. On the KDE Frameworks 5 side, the KDE Frameworks 5.8 release is planned for 12 March and KDE Frameworks 5.9 for 9 April.
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