I read the KDE Neon FAQ and I simply don't understand the rationale for its existence:
- If the KDE people wanted to provided better/nicer/more up-to-date KDE-related packages, they could just provide an APT repository (which they could call Neon if they like); but they encourage you download ISOs and suggest you not switch to Neon via apt.
- If the there's some issue with how Kubuntu packages things, why couldn't the KDE people have interacted with Canonical / Kubuntu volunteers to resolve it? I mean, it's not like Kubuntu wants to mess up, right?
- Why does KDE even want to tie itself to a single distro (Ubuntu), when in theory it should build and run just fine on any reasonable distro?
Please explain this to me... as a once great fan of KDE and these days not to sure what to think of it.