As we saw neon, a new and fresh Linux distribution was launched last week. This project is incubated by the KDE Community, sharing KDE's hosting and community. Hopefully we'll see neon flourish into an awesome distribution over time.
However, I have seen some potential confusion in an article reaching a conclusion that this might be in some way problematic for other distributions to deploy KDE software. To make sure we're all on the same page I wanted to give a clarifying statement from the Plasma mantainer.
Plasma is and remains distro-agnostic. It's in our interest to help all of our distribution channels. As long as distributions continue to keep up with the dependencies we need and work well with us, we support everyone as best as we can.