MAY
26
2015

Plasma 5.3.1 Fixes Important Bugs



Plasma 5.3

Plasma 5.3

MAY
20
2015

Qt - 20 years leading cross-platform development

Today we celebrate 20 years since the first release of Qt was uploaded to sunsite.unc.edu and announced, six days later, at comp.os.linux.announce. Over these years, Qt evolved from a two person Norwegian project to a full-fledged, social-technical world-wide organism that underpins free software projects, profitable companies, universities, government-related organizations, and more. It's been an exciting journey.

MAY
17
2015

GCompris Fundraiser

The work on unified graphics for GCompris was completed in the time allocated by the fundraiser. Here is a video to show the result.

15% of the goal was funded, so not all of the work could be completed in the time proposed. But there are updates to all the core components, the main menu with all the activities icons and a good bunch of activities.

MAY
12
2015

May Update for KDE Applications 15.04

KDE App Dragons

Today, the KDE Community is happy to announce the release of KDE Applications 15.04.1.

This minor update includes a number of bugfixes, focusing especially on Kdenlive, Okular, Umbrello, and Marble. In addition to software bugs, issues with translations have also been addressed in this release.

Beyond the core of KDE Applications, this update includes a long-term support update for the Plasma Workspaces (4.11.19), the KDE Development Platform (4.14.8), and the Kontact Suite (4.14.8).

To learn more about this release, refer to the full announcement.

MAY
4
2015

Performance and Animation: Krita Kickstarter Kicks Off

Last year, we held the first Kickstarter campaign for Krita. We raised more than €20,000 for Krita development, blowing past the fundraising goal. Thanks to this funding, a year later a dozen new features have been implemented, ranging from transform masks to High Dynamic Range (HDR) painting, from layer styles to improved vector objects. The Krita team did all that was promised...and much more.

APR
28
2015

Plasma 5.3 Adds Improved Power Management and Media Center Preview

Today KDE makes a feature release of Plasma 5, versioned 5.3.



Plasma 5.3

Plasma 5.3

APR
21
2015

LaKademy 2015 to be in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil


LaKademy 2014

The KDE Community in Brazil will host LaKademy 2015 June 3rd through 6th. The conference is an opportunity for KDE users and contributors to meet in person to make plans, work on software and other aspects of KDE technology. There will also be outreach to potential new contributors. The group is raising money for conference expenses and to offset travel costs for attendees.

APR
15
2015

KDE Applications 15.04 Adds KDE Telepathy Chat and Kdenlive Video Editing





Kdenlive is the leading video editor on Linux

Today KDE released KDE Applications 15.04 our suite of 150 applications. Notable additions in this release include Kdenlive the leading video editor on Linux and KDE Telepathy the chat application to unify your instant messaging.

Kdenlive is one of the best non-linear video editing software available. It recently finished its incubation process to become an official KDE project and was ported to KDE Frameworks 5. The team behind this masterpiece decided that Kdenlive should be released together with KDE Applications 15.04. Some new features are the autosaving function of new projects and a fixed clip stabilization. For the future the team plans to refactor big parts of the application and to bring back the MacOSX and Windows versions.

KDE Telepathy is our app for instant messaging. It was ported to KF5 and Qt5 and is a new member of the KDE Applications releases. It comes along with KAccounts which is a new system for setting up all your online accounts at one place.

APR
14
2015

Plasma 5.3 Beta Improves Power Management and Adds Media Centre Preview

Tuesday, 14 April 2015. Today KDE releases a beta release of Plasma 5, versioned 5.2.95.



Plasma 5.3 Beta

Plasma 5.3 Beta

APR
8
2015

Plasma Sprint 2015

In February 2015 the Plasma developers met in the Blue Systems office in Barcelona to discuss and plan out where we would take Plasma over the duration of the next year. The sprint consisted of active Plasma developers and visual designers from around the world, from Canada to India.

The meeting consisted of equal parts hacking and group discussions about plans both in the near and far future in breakout sessions throughout the week.



Plasma Devs: CI supremo Rohan, Media Center hero Bhushan, Release Dude Jonathan, Creative Genius Ken, Akademy Mastermind Kenny, Elite Marco, Kai the Super Hacker, Sebas the supreme, Sprint lead David, Local saviour Aleix, shy Jens, the mobile Dan and searching Vishesh

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