All available news entries are listed below in chronologically decending order.

2011.03.01: New Website Launched

The Trinity Web Team has launched a long overdue website makeover! The new website design provides a look and feel more befitting the modern Trinity Desktop Environment, and should make it easier to find any information you need.

The new site was written by Calvin Morrison, with general direction from Timothy Pearson and technical assistance from Serghei Amelian. As always, bugs should be reported to the project bug tracker.

2010.10.03: Trinity Desktop Environment Version 3.5.12 Released!

Trinity Desktop Environment version 3.5.12 has been released! This
version provides significant enhancements to areas such as Personal
Information Management (PIM), GTK application support, and general

You will find a detailed list of upgrades and improvements to the Trinity
system here:

Installation instructions for Debian, Ubuntu, and Slackware are available
on the Trinity project home page:

If you would like to compile Trinity from source instead of using the
prebuilt binaries, instructions are available here:
And the source itself can be downloaded from the main project Website at:
Simply click on the 3.5.12 link on the lower left hand side of the screen.

Why upgrade from KDE3.5.10, the latest release available from KDE e.V.?
Simply put, Trinity is faster, more secure, and far more feature rich than
3.5.10 ever was! It incorporates the latest patches from multiple KDE
enhancement projects, such as OpenSUSE, Chakra, and Ubuntu.

If you do find a bug, please don't hesitate to report it to the project
bugtracker at

If you would like to connect with other Trinity users and/or developers,
or simply want to be informed of the latest updates to the Trinity system,
the official project mailing lists are available here:

This release was the result of collaboration between several open source
developers; their names are listed at The Trinity project
would like to thank them for their support!

Be sure to let us know what you think of this release, and enjoy!

Timothy Pearson
Trinity Desktop Project