KDE update/stability policy on Fedora

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I would really like to understand the policy of the schedule of major
KDE component version updates in Fedora.

I know of the Plasma release schedule problem. But this is bigger
apparently. The bug that forced me to leave Fedora a year ago was
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1746465 . This bug was
caused by a version update of KDE Frameworks, affected usability, and
took over a month to fix.

Following this list, I see that breaking updates to KDE are kind of a
regular occurrence:

I would guess that the component version updates mid-cycle cause the
breaking updates. I would really appreciate some explanation of what
the version update policy is.

Also is there *any way at all* to have a reliable KDE environment on
Fedora, apart from not updating the entire system?

Yours, Mikhail Ramendik

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