I used to loathe KDE. Certainly it was unprovoked hatred, I installed it on Ubuntu 14.04, and found that every theme that worked with LXDE, Gnome, and Unity was useless with KDE; I quickly uninstalled it, and didn't touch it again until about a month ago. I downloaded Kubuntu 14.04, and after using KDE in a more friendly environment, I began to experiment with building a KDE based appliance on SUSE Studio. I have come to a point where that appliance is remarkably polished, and I have decided to publish it.
As I do not have much experience with KDE themes or applications, Newt OS KDE will be published as a testing release. At its core, it is a stable copy of openSUSE 13.2, but for those of you who are among the first to try it, be prepared to encounter some issues. One such issue is that I cannot find what file controls the window theme, which means that the Oxygen window decorations will be default despite my efforts to change that. Second, there are some GTK applications that may not be themed correctly, in addition to the overall Qt theme not being very original. I would appreciate some feedback on what can be improved.
So, the question you're all wondering; what does it look like? Well, here it is:
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to leave a comment below.