In this week's KDE Commit-Digest:
- Start of a Plasma-based "Welcome Screen" for applications
- Support for searching events and todos by date/range in the Events Plasma Runner, and the start of a first Plasmoid ("BusyWidget") written in QML
- More work on KMail Mobile, including a change to make it start twice as fast
- Start of work to give Okteta a mobile interface
- Support for the AqBanking5 standard (with dropped support for AqBanking4) in KMyMoney
- Various small features in Skrooge and Muon Package Manager
- Work on supporting NetCDF metadata in Kst
- Scribo service for NEPOMUK which allows access to NLP functionality, useful for non-C++/KDE apps
- KTorrent and libktorrent move to Git.
Read the rest of the Digest here.
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