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Do you have a talk idea that you’d like to share at Akademy? The Call for Participation is open until May 2nd! If you need help getting started with your CfP submission, check out this article.
KDE Frameworks 5.81 Released with KHamburgerMenu, Various Improvements
okular.kde.org finally got a nice graphical update. Thanks to the work of @akalanka during Season of KDE. :D Help is now welcome to translate it: https://community.kde.org/Get_Involved/translation
This Week in KDE: Plasma Activities mostly work on Wayland and are expected to be fully functional for the next Plasma release, new Sticky Note font features, and literally dozens of bugfixes and design improvements.
So, i heard you like comics and other books, with some links in them that you can choose, between different bits of those adventures, so they kind of become your own? Oh, you like choosing your own adventure? Well, do i have an exciting blog post for you! ;) https://kath-leinir.blogspot.com/2021/04/advanced-comic-book-linking.html @kde #floss
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KDE will maintain a stable Qt 5 branch with the necessary fixes until Qt 6 is adopted.
KDE e.V. is hiring 2 positions for environmental sustainability project https://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-community/2021q2/006846.html
This Week in KDE - Hamburgers! Check out the tasty new component that will make all your app options easier to find:
Find out more about the logic behind the KHambugerMenu and why it will help in your own apps:
Akonadi and Kirigami are amazing libraries done by the @kde community. This is a small mail reader made with only 3 small c++ classes and one small QML file for the UI.
KDE Neon introduces Offline Updates: Updates that could affect your running system are not immediately applied, but held until you reboot. Like that, none of your apps will go wobbly just because its config file has been modified in the background.
Take a Moment - but actually, a human moment, as a base unit of time, that we can use when writing software. No, really! :) https://kath-leinir.blogspot.com/2021/04/take-moment.html @kde #floss
digiKam, KDE's feature-rich photo manager software, releases version 7.2.0. This version is much more efficient when renaming images in mass, massively improves grouping in albums and comes with enhanced face detection and recognition.
This week in KDE -- All the Things! Things like Kate and KWrite having touchscreen scrolling support; or a single line display for the panel clock; or a new “Quick Settings” page for System Settings... (There are more things!)
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