KDE’s releases debranding

A new step in KDE’s  branding has happened today, or rather debranding.  The old dump of everything we made used to be called just “KDE” and then some projects wanted to release on their own timetable so calling it “KDE” became less accurate.  After a while our flagship Plasma project wanted to release on its own and lots of projects did their own release too but many wanted that faff taken care of for them still so those projects got called “KDE Applications”.  But  that didn’t quite fit either because there were many plugins and libraries among them and many Applications from KDE which were not among them.  So today we removed that brand too and just make releases from a release service, which are source tars that are not very interesting to end users so they get a boring factual release page.

And to keep our users informed the Monthly Apps Update is now published direct on kde.org and covers both self released and release service releases.

And as our website enters the 21 century we now updated the way the stories are published so now anyone can edit or propose patches to them in Git writing Markdown.  So if you know of any new features or developments in our apps which will be released by this time in January then send us a patch.

 

 

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