Skip to main content Start of main content


Join a community of users and contributors focused on Fedora Kinoite.

Fedora Kinoite is maintained by the KDE Special Interest Group (SIG) in Fedora and is the fruit of collaboration between the Fedora and KDE community.

The KDE SIG is an open community seeking contributors from everywhere, and of every type. From documentation writing, to beta testing, to helping others by answering questions, there are plenty of ways to get involved and help shape the future of Kinoite!

The KDE community creates the software and they also have a get involved page with a lot of helpful information on how to help.

Communication channels


The Fedora Kinoite tag on Fedora's Discourse-based discussion forum is a great place to connect with other Fedora Kinoite users and contributors.


You can chat with the Fedora Kinoite community via either Matrix or IRC: on Matrix or #kinoite on

Ways to get involved


Fedora Kinoite is powered by some amazing open-source projects, including ostree, rpm-ostree, and flatpak. If you are a developer, consider helping out with one of these projects.


Fedora Kinoite utilizes interesting, cutting-edge technology, and we need to tell more people about it! If you're a keen writer, contributing to the Fedora Kinoite documentation will help others learn how their system works, and all the cool things they can do with it.


Found something that isn't quite right? Want to propose a change to the way Kinoite works? We want to hear from you! Head over to the KDE SIG issue tracker and let us know.


Fedora has events throughout the year that you can attend, typically in-person or virtually, to learn more about Fedora Workstation as well as meet other users and contributors.

The Annual Fedora Project Conference

Flock is the Fedora Project's annual multi-day in-person conference focused on our contributors. It typically alternates between European and North American locations. The conference provides a venue for face-to-face meetings and conversations. It is also a place to celebrate our community.

Flock typically takes place every August.

The Virtual Fedora Project Conference

Nest is our at-home, virtual Flock that has been running since the global outbreak of COVID-19. It takes place over 3 days and includes talks, workshops, hackfests, and social events.

Worldwide & Local Fedora Meetups

Hatch is a series of small-scale, in-person global meetups organized in the weeks preceding the Flock / Nest conference enabling Fedorans local to each other to meet.

Fedora Magazine is a website that hosts promotional articles and short guides contributed from the community about free/libre and open-source software that runs on or works with the Fedora Linux operating system.

The Community Blog provides a single source for members of the community to share important news, updates, and information about Fedora with others in the Project community.