Kubuntu Flight 5 has been released. Here the announcement:
The slightly delayed Kubuntu Flight 5 has just arrived.
As usual these releases are tested to be reasonably free of show stopper bugs, but are obiviously still alpha quality, so do not use these on your production systems. You can download the Kubuntu Flight 5 CD
United Kingdom, and the rest of the world: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/kubuntu/releases/dapper/flight-5/
Our servers are currently heavily loaded with people downloading Flight 5, please download using BitTorrent if possible, and see http://wiki.kubuntu.org/Archive
for other mirrors.
Significant changes in this release include:
* A KDE frontend to the new live CD installed Espresso. Run it with "espresso kde-ui". It is still only lightly-tested at this stage, do not use this on a machine where you care about the contents of your hard disk. For more information see https://wiki.kubuntu.org/KubuntuEspresso,
send feedback to the kubuntu-devel list.
* New artwork thanks to kwwii
* Skim is included by default for CKJ support
* A simplified package manager, Adept Installer
Other recent additions include
* A module in system settings to configure X, part of the Guidance suite
* A new data backup tool, Keep
Some known bugs:
* Adept Installer is not listed in the k-menu, run is as adept_installer on the command line
* Skim starts up even for non-CKJ locales
* Some of the artwork is too small for large monitor resolutions and the k-menu side tile is incorrect.
Bug reports should go to launchpad: https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+bugs
We always welcome contributors to Kubuntu, join us on the kubuntu-devel mailing list and #kubuntu on the freenode IRC network.