KDE's VDG Continues Making Design, Icon Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 11 September 2015 at 11:29 AM EDT. 3 Comments
KDE --
KDE developers part of the Visual Design Group (VDG) who are meeting in Randa, Switzerland right now have made more progress on beautifying the KDE desktop.

The KDE VDG members at Randa have now made all Oxygen icons available in the Breeze theme in time for Plasma 5.4.2, a Human Interface Guideline for KDE mobile applications will be available soon for Plasma Mobile, the KCM for desktop search was reworked, and there are now fixes for all icon-related bugs. Plasma 5.4.2 should be a good monthly point release from the icon perspective.

KDE users wishing to find out more about the latest VDG work can read this dot.kde.org blog post.

Those unfamiliar with the VDG can read Eric Griffith's How KDE VDG Is Trying To Make Open-Source Software Beautiful.
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