(they contain stable KDE releases, it's only the Fedora packaging work that's considered unstable).
Nate Graham recently bought a laptop with a 4K display and has been hard at work fixing various longstanding High DPI problems in #KDE.
This week in KDE by Nate Graham
I'm analyzing the history of #KDE's kwin, and this is the graph of lines of code by author.
Full resolution version:
Took me a while, but I was able to build #KDE Plasma from source and I'm currently using it 👍
Since my last attempt one year ago, the documentation and the build system have been improved dramatically:
omg, Nate has already fixed the layout of the calendar widget in response to the user's complaints on Reddit! 😍
This week in KDE: polishing up Plasma 5.19
#KDE today enjoys one of the best community managers I have ever seen.
Nate's blog is a continuous stream of usability, productivity and design improvements. As a user, I absolutely love reading it. And it's easy to imagine how being acknowledged in the weekly updates could boost a contributor's motivation.
I'm so impressed by this response:
This week in #KDE: Plasma 5.19 beta and more
#KDE's Baloo file indexer has improved drastically.
I had a stale 2.2GB index file in ~/.local/share/baloo from 2019, when I disabled Baloo out of frustration.
So I deleted it and re-enabled file indexing. It worked for 15 minutes, creating a 108MB index. Search in the start menu is instantaneous (although it doesn't
Well done, @kde!
@kde, why can't we have monthly releases?
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