first, a small announcement for KDE:Unstable:Frameworks users:
since today, 'official' Plasma 5 components in mentioned repo are now placed in
/usr prefix, so it means they collide with kdebase4-workspace. So, it'll be
either-or. Rest of the ported applications and components will soon follow,
and they'll also collide with 4.x counterparts. This is done to create 'less
artificial' environment, and we can see what needs to be done for next openSUSE
release so users can get most painless testing and usage there.
Second, the beta2 release is for the most part packaged in KDE:Frameworks5
project (same as above - in /usr), and soon the submissions toward
openSUSE:Factory will start.
We've started also slightly adjusting packaging of kdebase4-workspace, so the
amount of removed components from 4.x world decreases for those that want to
try out Plasma5.
For 4.x users nothing changes, just a few packages more, as workspace will be
splitted in more logical pieces, and applications that require workspace
libraries can remain installed.
Third; no, Plasma 5 *wont* be default in openSUSE 13.2 ;-)