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  • FOSDEM: Announcing KDE neon

    At FOSDEM this weekend KDE is announcing our newest project, KDE neon. Neon will provide a way to get the latest KDE software on the day its released.

    More than ever people expect a stable desktop with cutting-edge features, all in a package which is easy to use and ready to make their own.

  • Introducing KDE neon

    The latest and greatest of KDE community software packaged on a rock-solid base.

  • KDE Neon Is Now Live: Providing Bleeding-Edge KDE Packages For Ubuntu

    Following the news yesterday that KDE is incubating a new "KDE Neon" project, it's now been launched from FOSDEM this weekend in Brussels, Belgium.

    Sadly, it's no extraordinary breakthrough nor at this point does it seem to be fundamentally different from the former Project Neon. KDE Neon is about providing daily KDE packages to Ubuntu users.

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