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October 6th, 2018: Newer Plasma in Area51

The latest KDE Plasma releases, 5.13 and the upcoming 5.14, need a newer libinput than is available in the official FreeBSD ports tree. There is a branch plasma5-5.13 with the necessary updates applied, for users wishing to use the latest Plasma releases from Area51.

September 25th, 2018: Qt 5.11.2 Landed

The Qt ports have been updated to version 5.11.2. This continues to be a "frankenQt" with an older QtWebEngine port.

September 17th, 2018: KDE Frameworks 5.50 Landed

The latest monthly version of KDE Frameworks is available in the official FreeBSD ports tree.

September 11th, 2018: SDDM security fix

The SDDM port has been updated to version 0.17_1, to backport fixes from the 0.18 branch related to session-reuse. Users are encouraged to upgrade, although the default configuration in FreeBSD is not affected.

September 6th, 2018: KDE Applications updated

The first monthly bugfix release for KDE Applications 18.08 has landed in the official ports tree. Users can update normally.

August 25th, 2018: KDE Applications updated

The august update to KDE Applications, including the packages of extragear maintained by the KDE-FreeBSD team, has landed in the official ports tree. Users can update normally.

August 23rd, 2018: KDE Frameworks 5.49 Landed

The latest monthly version of KDE Frameworks is available in the official FreeBSD ports tree.

July 19th, 2018: KDE Frameworks 5.48 Landed

The latest monthly version of KDE Frameworks is available in the official FreeBSD ports tree.

June 15th, 2018: KDE Frameworks 5.47 Landed

Less than a week after their official release, the latest monthly version of KDE Frameworks is available in the official FreeBSD ports tree.

June 10th, 2018: KDE Applications Updated

The latest update to KDE Applications -- a wide range of productivity, home, office and entertainment applications -- has been committed to the official FreeBSD ports tree. Look for KDE Applications 18.04.2 updates to be available from packages as well in a few days time.

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