Difference between revisions of "Schedules"

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*'''KDE Frameworks 5'''
 
*'''KDE Frameworks 5'''
 
** [[Schedules/Frameworks|Release Schedule]] including links to release notes
 
** [[Schedules/Frameworks|Release Schedule]] including links to release notes
 
*'''KDE Applications 16.04'''
 
** [[Schedules/Applications/16.04 Release Schedule|Release Schedule]]
 
** [[Schedules/Applications/16.04_Feature_Plan|Feature Plan]]
 
  
 
*'''KDE Applications 16.08'''
 
*'''KDE Applications 16.08'''
 
** [[Schedules/Applications/16.08 Release Schedule|Release Schedule]]
 
** [[Schedules/Applications/16.08 Release Schedule|Release Schedule]]
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** [[Applications/16.08_Release_Notes|Release Notes]]
  
 
== Old KDE Releases ==
 
== Old KDE Releases ==
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*'''KDE Applications 16.04'''
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** [[Schedules/Applications/16.04 Release Schedule|Release Schedule]]
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** [[Schedules/Applications/16.04_Feature_Plan|Feature Plan]]
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** [[Applications/16.04_Release_Notes|Release Notes]]
  
 
*'''KDE Applications 15.12'''
 
*'''KDE Applications 15.12'''

Revision as of 14:21, 25 July 2016


During development, the KDE project sets goals in features and dates for upcoming releases. This way, the team 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 kde-core-devel mailing list.

See also the Release Schedule Guide.

Current KDE Releases

Old KDE Releases

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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