An early alpha release of the new KDE font family is available for testing.
‘Oxygen‘, designed by prolific font-maker Vernon Adams, aims to provide a ‘clear, legible, sans serif, [that’s] rendered with [The Freetype Font Engine] on Linux-based devices.’
The alpha release contains three weights – regular, bold and monospace. But only support for ‘basic characters’ is currently provided.
As with anything of alpha-quality it’s best to lower your expectations. That said, if you’re still keen to use the font – warts and all – you can do so by downloading it from the link below.
Be sure to let us know your opinion on it in the comments.