The previous post, "How We Organize The Work" makes my point even more clear. #KDE
The #KDE devs seem amazingly organized and focused, which is what you'd expect from experienced engineers evolving a huge C++ codebase.
What’s up in Notifications? #kde
Where can i learn more about #KDE development?
#KDE Frameworks releases don't get a lot of attention, not being an end-user product, but a lot of work goes into maintaining and improving these libraries. Just check the release notes...
Incoming #KDE Apps update for December
I'm primarily using #KDE on both Arch and Rawhide, and they're pretty much equivalent, with Arch updating packages almost the same day of the upstream release, and Fedora lagging a few days behind.
For instance, I already got 5.17.4 yesterday on my Arch box, while the packages are still pending in Koji for Fedora.
#KDE is looking for an experienced project manager to help drive the 2020 goals to completion.
I've been testing rawhide on my laptop for a few months now, and it's been stable and usable for the entire time (though I'm using #KDE instead of Gnome).
#KDE is ditching Phabricator for GitLab. Oh yeah!
#KDE Decides the Three New Challenges: Wayland, Consistency, and Apps
Voting for #KDE Goal Setting 2019 has begon:
"...the end is in sight for the [#KDE Usability & Productivity] initiative." -- WHYYYY 😭
#KDE usability and productivity weekly update
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