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Akademy-es, the Spanish edition of Akademy, starts today online. The event kicks off this evening with a workshop on podcasting using FLOSS tools, and runs all weekend with talks and panels on apps, coding, and bleeding edge tech.


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New week, new Kalendar release: say hi to v0.2.0!

- Drag and drop incidences to change their dates/times
- Manage and customise your calendars in more depth
- Loads of bugfixes

Read all about this week's changes:

KDE weekend chats:

Tomorrow, Aleix Pol will be talking at SFScon about "How to make a living with KDE":

On Sunday, Eugene Mohr will be talking about KDE's video-editing software, Kdenlive, and its new functions at Tux Tage 21:

The website is now live. Join us and help us make more energy-efficient software and reduce e-waste.

Joseph P. De Veaugh-Geiss will be introducing the project at SFScon at 11:40 CET (UTC+01:00) in the event's Sustainability track:

Watch it live at:

Jonathan Riddell will be talking today about KDE's work to become more eco-friendly at the OpenUK Awards, held within the ongoing Cop26 conference. If you can make it to Glasgow by 18:00 UTC, don't miss it!

New apps, new features, and tons of improvements: check out all the great new stuff in Skanpage, digiKam, KGeoTag, and more in the KDE November App Update.

KDE PIM (Personal Information Manager) is the set of apps that helps you keep on top of emails, appointments, contacts, trips and more. There have been a lot of new features and improvements in all the apps in the last few months. Check out what's new:

On a day in which many nations honor those who left us, we would like to remember our friend Marek, a prolific KDE contributor and translator, who passed in August due to COVID. Marek Laane RIP.

Scary stories to tell in the dark: "... she started to suspect she had a race condition in one of her modules, but had no idea in which..." 馃馃暦锔忦煄凁煏凤笍馃暩锔忦煏革笍馃懟馃巸

This week in KDE: Attention to detail to the ridiculous degree - the folder icons now use the same color as your accent, re-opened app windows are coming closer to remembering their prior positions and size, and filesystem scanning gets a speed boost.

KDE developer Clau Cambra will be streaming live a coding session and will be answering questions at the same time this afternoon at 18:00 CEST.

KDE Network China and Ubuntu Kylin hold their first successful joint event. Over 100 attendees participated in the Linux Application Ecosystem 2021, held in Changsha on October 23rd. Here's what happened:

This week in Kalendar development: small tweaks add up to big changes!

We've worked on a ton of changes that now make Kalendar more useful, more intuitive, and more flexible than ever.

Check them all out here:

25 years ago Matthias Ettrich sent an email to developers to join him in building a Kool Desktop Environment, geared towards end users. Lydia Pintscher will be chatting with Matthias Ettrich at our final Fireside Chat on October 25th at 17:00 UTC.

Register Here:

The team have managed to make KDE's full-featured video editor work on macOS. There is now a nightly version of Kdenlive you can test:

Be advised that Kdenlive for Mac is beta software and not recommended for production.

This month's Linux Format mag covers
馃摪 Krita in the Digital art programs roundup, guess which place it comes in?
馃摪 Installing KDE Plasma on Linux Mint
馃摪 Review Latte Dock, now working with any desktop

While Linux Magazine looks at
馃摪 KDE Plasma 5.23
馃摪 Cross Stiching with KXStich

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