Kirogi development is still in its early stages. While already usable, the project has not issued a stable release yet.
Pre-release builds and source code are available below.
We expect developer- and enthusiast-oriented software distributions to pick up Kirogi soon. We’ll update this page with additional links as we are informed of them.
Nightly Development Builds
NOTE: Due to a firmware bug, viewing video from the Parrot Anafi requires GStreamer 1.16.1, which incorporates a workaround we developed. GStreamer 1.16.1 has not been released yet and is not yet included in the Flatpak or Android builds.
Linux (Flatpak x86-64 & ARM)
Nightly Flatpak builds for desktop Linux are available via KDE’s development Flatpak repository.
To install a Flatpak build, click here to add the repository to your software center (for example Plasma Discover) and search for Kirogi.
Alternatively, you can run the following commands in a terminal:
flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists kdeapps --from https://distribute.kde.org/kdeapps.flatpakrepo flatpak install kdeapps org.kde.kirogi
Nightly APKs for Android 5.0+ are available here and soon via KDE’s experimental F-Droid repository.
You can browse (and find
git clone URLs for) Kirogi’s source code here.
You can find additional assets for the Kirogi project (including the hi-res version of our mascot) in this folder on share.kde.org.
On September 8th, 2019, Eike Hein gave a talk introducing Kirogi at KDE’s Akademy conference. The slides are available here and a video will follow.
During early development, we published several videos showing off progress. You can find a playlist here.