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Today turns 25! We're so excited to share this milestone with all of you, thank you to our wonderful community of contributors and supporters for helping us get here!

Take a look at our anniversary website for some photos, history, and fun facts!

This week in KDE: Easier Samba sharing setup, Plasma Timer applet received a big overhaul and many improvements in screen and monitor management.

The wait is over: #Akademy2022 schedule is now live! You can find out about all the programmed talks here:

There will be a Flatpak BoF session tomorrow at noon CDT (UTC-5) in Guadalajara, Mexico and online as part of GUADEC! Please join if you'd like to collaborate on Flatpak, Flathub, or portals. See for how to join

I am pleased to announce that #ThisWeekInGNOME is having its first anniversary! There has never been that many news as this week in the whole year!

#52 Happy Birthday!


KDE is supporting #NestwithFedora! #Fedora's annual contributor conference will be held online from Thursday August 4th and run until Saturday August 6th.

Find out about everything going on at Fedora and register now!:

A new libadwaita widget, more polishing on Workbench, a fancy third-party terminal and a new momentum for GNOME To Do, that's This Week in @gnome!

#Akademy2022 Registration is Open!

Join either in person or online from Saturday 1st - Friday 7th October. Find more details here:

Akademy is free to attend however you need to register to reserve your space.

A little-known (and destructive!) feature of Flatpak: you can remove the data leftover from all apps that have been uninstalled with the command "flatpak uninstall --delete-data". By default, your user data is left untouched when you uninstall an app.

Specifically this removes data stored by the app in ~/.var/app/$APP_ID (the default writable location for per-app data) and also resets any overridden permissions.

Today is Release Day 🥳
Bottles 2022.6.28 is out with a lot of new features!

I'll be talking at Pass the SALT about everything we do to make great container optimized operating systems for every use cases, from small IoT to large clusters and your desktop in the middle.
Registration is free.

I've submitted a goal to make Flatpak a first class delivery method for KDE Apps @FlatpakApps @kde

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