Have searched high 'n low on Fedora’s site for info. on their KDE iteration and can’t find an iota about what’s new with it since their 33rd came out.
I’m not sure this is what you’re looking for, but maybe this can help?
It’s a start!
Is kernel same as their Gnome?
What Plasma version are they at?
I’m not sure what you mean with:
Regarding the Plasma version, you can check that out here:
Yes, did visit that page and could not find a word about the plasma version.
Kernel is same, Plasma is 5.19.5.
Wonder why they don’t say explicitly say so - just to keep focus on Gnome?
If so, why bother with KDE at all?
AFAIK the KDE spin is community run. I’m not sure though.
Fedora Workstation is the primary focus of the Fedora project. It’s the most used, most developed, and most tested. The teams working on various Spins do great work, but they are not generally held to quite the same standard in terms of polish and focus.
10/4 - but maybe they should add a note “community spin”?
Igor didn’t have high impressions on their latest release:
The spins are officially part of the Fedora project just like the Ubuntu flavors are part of Ubuntu.
Haters are going to hate ¯_(ツ)_/¯
I read the review and I would say it is in line with his usual writing style. I like Fedora but he is right on many of the things he mentions in my opinion though he exaggerates them and makes the whole article very vivid from his personal (“naive”) perspective.
Fedora won’t change for him so he has to live with the drawbacks that he sees as barriers for adoption for the new users like adding RPM Fusion, codecs and drivers etc.