KDE Gear 21.04.0 released

Nate Graham nate at kde.org
Thu Apr 22 14:44:12 BST 2021

Good stuff. Congratulations, everybody involved!


On 4/22/21 5:42 AM, Heiko Becker wrote:
> 22nd April 2021. KDE today announces the release of KDE Gear 21.04
> KDE produces literally dozens of apps for work, play, education, and 
> creativity. Kontact, for example, gives you control over all your email, 
> contact, and agenda; Itinerary keeps you up to date with everything you 
> need regarding your trips; the KAlgebra graphing calculator works 
> equally well on your desktop and your phone; Cantor provides you with an 
> intuitive way of analyzing data and graphing the results; and Kdenlive 
> makes cutting and building sophisticated-looking videos not only easy, 
> but fun as well.
> These are but a few of the apps releasing new updates today. When 
> combined with the KDE’s powerful Plasma desktop, they provide you with 
> most, if not all, the tools you need to be productive in a versatile and 
> flexible Linux environment.
> But you don’t even need to run Linux! Many of the apps in this 
> announcement work on Windows, macOS, and Android as well. This is what 
> convergent means for KDE: use your favorite apps anywhere, on any 
> system, on your work computer, mobile or even on your TV!
> And, remember: KDE’s apps, the Plasma desktop, Plasma Mobile, Plasma 
> BigScreen and all the rest of KDE’s software are free and open source. 
> No licensing, no hidden costs, no spying. Share them with your friends, 
> install them at work, or use them in your school lab. It is your 
> software to enjoy where and how you want.
> Read on about this release at https://kde.org/announcements/gear/21.04/ 
> and full changelog can be found at 
> https://kde.org/announcements/changelogs/releases/21.04.0/
> The released code has been GPG-signed using the following 
> key:http://keys.gnupg.net/pks/lookup?op=vindex&fingerprint=on&search=0xBB463350D6EF31EF 

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