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Co-Founder of TurtleSec and speaker Partrica Aas will deliver the opening keynote at

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Please note: Session Chair time slots are listed in 4 hour increments but session chairs are to switch per talk session (i.e. 1 hour on screen, 1 hour off screen)
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Become part of ! Become a volunteer! Sign up by May 15th and make Akademy happen.

There are perks too! Sign up for three sessions and you'll get a seriously cool T-shirt, along with the undying gratitude of the KDE Community.

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The @krita Foundation, creators and maintainers of KDE's full-featured painting program for artists, start the Krita Fund: help keep the project going with your donations and get badges!

T-Shirt is here! Order before May 16th to make sure your shirt arrives before Akademy begins on June 18th.

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Kdenlive's video cafΓ© starts in 15 minutes. If you like making videos, join us to find out how Kdenlive can help you.

Just released: Plasma 5.21.5 adds a month's worth of new translations and fixes, including to errors that occurred when stopping PipeWire streaming, dragging-and-dropping over panel, and more. Get all the details here:

Jeri Ellsworth, augmented reality visionary, self-made electronics hacker and Queen of Makers, will deliver a keynote at .

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Kdenlive CafΓ©s are back! And streaming! Join us next Tuesday, May 4th at 7pm UTC for 2 hours of live videochat on video-editing, video-storytelling, plans, projects and all things . See you there!


Kontact (KDE's suite of apps for email, address books, notes, and calendars) gets better Autocrypt support, KMail gets an *experimental* mobile version, and the whole suite gets many bugfixes and improvements. Read all about it here:

This Week in KDE: A cleaner Events Calendar, easier to read dictionary definitions for KRunner, and a smorgasbord of advanced Wayland features:

Feeling adventurous? Try out @mauiproject's Beta Package apps for Android. Get to test the bleeding edge versions of the Index file manager, Vvave music player, Clip video player, Nota text editor, and many, many more.

KDE is on everything, from NASA's and CERN's workstations to... Animatronic tails? Yep, on those too. Check out miTail, your own personal animatronic tail controlled by a KDE-powered Android app.

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New dark mode for Android and other goodies coming to 1.2.2. Beta packages will be avaliable soon.

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21.04 is out with:

πŸ’Ž UI/UX improvements
πŸ› οΈ Many bug fixes
πŸ“Έ Typewriter and Strobing effects
πŸŽ‰ New Effect Zones and Speech-to-Text features
πŸ—ƒοΈ Media Browser
πŸ“‘ Online Resources widget + more media providers
πŸ” Timeline Zoombars

Get it now:

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I like the new #kdenlive 21.04! I just finished the edit of a new video tutorial with it (about 'shading', I'll post it later today) and the new auto-generated subtitle feature with speech recognition saves me 2h of work! (and surprisingly this one recognise my heavy French accent with a high percentage of success). Such a typing burden I did weekly to do less... Thanks again devs! And new keyframe actions are also lovely to use. πŸ’œ

More info about the release:

LabPlot introduces Color Maps and Conditional Formatting in the spreadsheet, helping you visualize your data more clearly:

If you would like to learn more about color maps and how they help visualize large amounts of data, check out the work of Fabio Crameri:

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