#KDE_Frameworks 5.53 is out. In this version we fixed the (ironic) crash in KCrash, added KWayland virtual desktop protocol, and improved the Baloo indexing engine amongst many other fixes and tweaks. Full release notes here:
1... 2... 3D: Chris Rizzitello uses one Raspberry Pi to control and monitor two 3D printers simultaneously using KDE's @atelier : https://rizzitello.wordpress.com/2018/12/10/testing-two-printers-with-one-rpi/
Plasma Mobile coming to a Necuno phone 📱 near you! Check out the new open device that'll install KDE's mobile environment:
Did you know there's a US commercial database containing over 350M SSNs, 225M employment histories & 4 billion address records?
"... in the wrong hands it can be used to steal the identity of almost anyone in America. [A criminal crew] got access to it." https://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2018/10/12/how-an-amateur-rap-crew-stole-surveillance-tech-that-tracks-almost-every-american/
Original tweet: https://twitter.com/DuckDuckGo/status/1062356158520967169
We are proud to have played our small part in InSight's #MarsLanding. Congratulations NASA!
Inventor of the Web believes that “the web has evolved into an engine of inequity and division; swayed by powerful forces who use it for their own agendas.” Prepares to Launch Web 3.0, Predicts #Privacy Revolution
Integrated Development Environment KDevelop 5.3 is released today with support for the Qt analyzer Clazy plus improved C++, Python and PHP support.
Okular is a fantastic KDE app that lets you view and annotate various document formats, including PDFs.
Did we mention it is fantastic? Well, you can help us make it even better!
Join us tomorrow, November 17, for an all-day bug-hunting session in #kde-bugs IRC channel on freenode.
More details about the Okular Bug Day here:
Black Friday deals on ALL KDE SOFTWARE! 100% OFF! (also tomorrow, and the day after that, and the next day, and the next one after that too, and ...)
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