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== Previous Releases by KDE ==
  
 
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** [[Releases/19.12_Release_Notes|Release Notes]]
 
See also the release calendar [https://phabricator.kde.org/calendar/ maintained in Phabricator]
 
 
== Previous Releases by KDE ==
 
  
 
*'''KDE Applications 19.08'''
 
*'''KDE Applications 19.08'''

Revision as of 15:46, 12 September 2020


During development, the KDE community sets goals in features and dates for upcoming releases of various projects. This applies for the bigger projects like Frameworks or Plasma. This way, the teams knows when it would be a good time to add a new feature or when it's time to focus on cleaning up any bugs in preparation for a release. Any plans are tentative schedules and the final dates are generally decided on the release-team mailing list.

See Policies/Application_Lifecycle for what gets released where.

Current Releases by KDE

  • KDE Frameworks 5

See also the release calendar maintained in Phabricator

Previous Releases by KDE

Software Compilation (monolithic)

KDE3

KDE3 and prior use a different naming scheme (not "SC") and have have all components released together. Support for KDE 3 is discontinued as of 2010.


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