KDE Project presents a new app shop

by | Sep 6, 2016

The last Akademy event organized by KDE Project introduced plenty of news, like the KDE Store, an online shop where you can buy software and other elements related to the environment through a platform based on OpenDesktop and free sharing.

OpenDesktop's source code has been released under AGPL license and KDE has used it to build a new application shop, where you can donate to developers, artists...

KDE is performing tests with different formats of applications in containers, such as Flatpak, Snap and AppImage. The developer may deliver the applications directly to the user, to reduce waiting times when updates are released.

Source: Muy Linux



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