AudioTube is a new Plasma Mobile application that works with the YouTube Music API: https://invent.kde.org/jbbgameich/audiotube
This week in KDE: Elisa now has a full mobile interface, making it a first-class citizen on Plasma Mobile and Android (and much more stuff). Read all about it in Nate's blog:
KDE has been accepted into Google Summer of Code (@gsoc)! Once more, we will be mentoring students and helping them contribute features, solutions and new software to KDE with Google's sponsorship.
We already have an ideas page up where you can see what kind of projects you can participate with and suggest new ones:
This week in KDE: Adaptive panel opacity and auto-restored unsaved documents in Kate!
DEVLOG: Adaptive Transparency comes to KDE Plasma 5.22, meaning that you can set your panel to become opaque when a window is maximize, or turn off transparency entirely!
Wanna create a beautiful application? Follow the premiere Kirigami coding session tomorrow at 11AM! I will go through the new Kirigami tutorial :D
KDE’s Plasma Mobile Gets Improved Homescreen and Settings, Lots of App Updates
The #PlasmaMobile team has released a new update about their progress. The homescreen is now more intuitive, a new mobile interface was added to Elisa, Koko got an image editor and much more...
The winner of our weekly screenshot competition is /u/Zephir0. The screenshot shows the custom-made Aritim-Light theme and Latte Dock and an app using the Lightly theme. Check it out at: https://www.reddit.com/r/kde/comments/lk75cn/weekly_screenshot_thread/goth8yj/
Nitrux 1.3.8 Is Here with KDE Plasma 5.21, Support for Linux Kernel 5.11 and Mesa-Git
@SlimbookEs, the company that builds desktop computers, laptops and high-end ultrabooks like the KDE Slimbook I, II and III, becomes a KDE patron:
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