Quote Originally Posted by deano_ferrari View Post
It hasn't been removed. For KDE, if NetworkManager.service is used, then the plasmoid (plasna-nm5) is available. It is not for wicked though. Perhaps it would be useful if a basic wicked plasmoid did exist, even if only to show current network status.
Yeah... the problem isn't KDE, it's how openSUSE configures system basics by default (disabling the network management mechanism in this case).