LabPlot, KDE's utility that helps you graph and analyse scientific data, has just released version 2.6. This version brings histograms, support for the MQTT protocol, and better data analysis functions, along with many more improvements and features.
The Kdenlive team released the 19.04 "Refactored Edition" version of the popular video editor today. Look forward to automatic audio-video splitting, configurable timeline layouts, different layout modes, and much more in their biggest release ever.
KDE Applications 19.04 is out! The bundle comes with improvements and exciting new features for Okular, Gwenview, Konsole, Kate, Spectacle, Kontact, and many, many more.
Full announcement: https://kde.org/announcements/announce-applications-19.04.0.php
In #KDEApps1904, Kdenlive gets most of its internal code re-written and new features that will help you unleash your video-editing creativity. Check out the teaser for next week's release.
Akademy-es, la cita anual de la comunidad KDE, se celebrará en Junio en la bella ciudad de Vigo. Prepárate para interesantes paseos por el casco antiguo, mariscadas de infarto, y... oh, sí... fascinantes charlas sobre KDE.
Akademy-es, KDE Spain's annual community event, will be held in June in the pretty city of Vigo. Get ready for visits to the quaint old town, amazing seafood and, oh.. yeah: lots of fascinating KDE talks.
#PlasmaMobile on postmarketOS running on Pine64's Pinephone development kit.
In #KDEApps1904, Okular gets support to show and verify digital signatures on PDFs. This feature is essential to use KDE's document viewer for business or if you need to exchange documents in any official capacity... like when negotiating international peace treaties.
This Saturday Vincent Pinon will be giving a talk on Kdenlive and all that's new in KDE's advanced video editor during Les Journées de Logiciel Libre (email@example.com) in Lyon, France. More info here:
The UK Open Source Awards is a day of celebration and recognition of computer freedom. 🥇
Nominations now open, please tell us of people and organisations in the UK doing amazing work.
Categories: Individual, Company, Public & 3rd Sector, Student, Diversity
The head judge is Jonathan Riddell of KDE neon.
12th June 2019, Edinburgh, free to come, all welcome to sign up now.
Kdenlive, KDE's advanced video editor, is nearing its great refactoring. To push things forward, the team met in Lyon and crushed bugs, tweaked usability and added demanded features. Read all about it at
Also... **KDENLIVE SPRINT - THE MOVIE** Check out the video with interviews of Kdenlive team members:
Cut and edited with Kdenlive, of course!
Falkon, KDE's modern web browser, has reached version 3.1! You can now write and run plugins in QML, enjoy better and more stable support for Python plugins and improved integration with KDE's Plasma desktop.
The Kdenlive team made a video of the first day of their sprint. Get a candid peek into what developing KDE's video editor looks like.
.@krita 4.2.0: first and only painting app that supports HDR hardware. HDR monitors give more brightness and a wider palette of colors.
Near real-world range of colors, including more greens and reds and 10 to 16 bits per channel, allowing for much smoother gradations.
WARNING: Windows only release! Mainly because there is no other operating system that currently supports HDR hardware. As soon as there are drivers for HDR hardware for Linux and macOS, we'll be ready.
Plasma developers never rest: Plasma 5.15.3 released with bug fixes and feature refinements to give you a better desktop experience.
A look under the hood of the next big Kdenlive release: how developers stress test the new code of KDE's advanced video editor.
The #PlasmaMobile team had their very first sprint and they ported PlaMo to new devices, improved the graphic interface, and made developing and packaging apps for the system easier and more fun. Read all about it at:
Today's bugfix update to KDE Applications fixes .tar.zstd files in Ark, crashes in Dolphin and Filelight and over a dozen fixes to Umbrello UML Modeller.
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