- LaKademy 2014
- Akademy Wednesday and Thursday Wrapup
- Akademy Tuesday Wrapup
- Akademy 2014 Day 2 Talks
- Akademy Award Winners 2014
|Kate and KTextEditor 5 after Akademy 2014|
|The Luminosity Of Free Software, Episode 20|
- Semantic Desktop :: Re: How to enable nepomuk/baloo in Debian Jessie?
- KOrganizer :: category colors
- Discussions & Opinions :: Re: 10 Luxuries Only Linux Users Will Understand
- Kexi Help :: Re: Kexi default keybindings?
- Appearance & System Customization :: plasmoid positions reset
The KDE® Community is an international technology team dedicated to creating a free and
user-friendly computing experience, offering an advanced graphical desktop, a wide variety of
applications for communication, work, education and entertainment and a platform to easily build
new applications upon. We have a strong focus on finding innovative solutions to old and
new problems, creating a vibrant atmosphere open for experimentation.
KDE Announces Second Bugfix Release of Plasma 5
17 September, 2014. KDE ships the next bugfix release to Plasma 5.
KDE Ships Applications and Platform 4.14.1
16 September, 2014. The KDE Community proudly announces the first bugfix release for KDE Applications 4.14 and KDE Platform 4.14.
Second Update to KDE Frameworks 5
12 September, 2014. KDE ships first second release of KDE Frameworks 5, our modular Qt libraries.
KCharSelect is a tool to select special characters from all installed fonts and copy them into the clipboard.
You can browse characters by their category or quickly find a certain character by searching for its name. KCharSelect displays various information about the selected character. This includes not only the Unicode character name, but also aliases, general notes and cross references to similar characters. For technical use, different representations of the character are shown. KCharSelect also contains Unihan data for East Asian characters to display English definitions and different pronunciations.