KF 5.3.0 changelog

Albert Astals Cid aacid at kde.org
Tue Oct 7 20:47:07 BST 2014

El Dimarts, 7 d'octubre de 2014, a les 21:40:41, Alexander Neundorf va 
> Hi,
> On Monday, October 06, 2014 23:14:33 David Faure wrote:
> > Dear workspace and application developers,
> > 
> > In case you're not reading kde-announce, here's the list of changes in
> > KF 5.3.0, just released.
> I also read
> https://dot.kde.org/2014/10/07/third-release-kde-frameworks-brings-multitud
> e-fixes and https://www.kde.org/announcements/kde-frameworks-5.3.0.php .
> None of both mention a way to download the package/libraries, nor do they
> say what "KDE Frameworks" actually contains.
> The announcement contains a link to kdesrc-build, a link to inqlude.org and
> a link to api.kde.org. 

It also has a link to "KDE Frameworks 5.3.0 Source Info page with known bugs 
and security issues" where the sources are. I agree the wording is a bit 

I very much prefer the wording we use in the 4.x releases of

"The complete source code for 4.14.1 may be freely downloaded. Instructions on 
compiling and installing 4.14.1 are available from the 4.14.1 Info Page." 
which links to both the info page and the download.kde.org page directly.

David is that generated automatically from your scripts? What do you think 
about the working we use in 4.x ?


> IMO that's nice, but let's say I would want to check
> whether any of the contained libraries is useful for some project, I would
> like if there was a "Download" section, maybe together with hints how to
> build the thing then.
> Is there somewhere better information, or is somebody working on this ?
> Alex

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