Any packages affected by the profile change need to be rebuilt: Up to this point, KDM will have served as display manager on most KDE 4 systems.
As development on it has stopped, SDDM (Simple Desktop Display Manager) is now the recommended login manager and already got installed via kde-plasma/plasma-meta.
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Also, installing KDE Applications will bring many of those dependencies back, so precious CPU time can be saved by promptly proceeding with KDE#Applications.
KWallet 5 will have to open your wallet from KWallet 4 and import all the data into a new wallet.
If it contains packages either directly from or depending on KDE Workspaces 4, it will lead to emerge conflicts later on.
The following command will probably take some time, but is not going to remove anything yet - examine the output.
For that purpose, kde-apps/kwalletd needs to be present at least once in a session after upgrade, but is still required for any KDE4-based application that might be using it.
Run kde-apps/kwalletmanager to check which applications have been accessing it in the past.
If it is clear that no legacy package is using it anymore, it can be removed after migration.
If you haven't ever used KWallet in KDE4, you also installed alternative kde-plasma/plasma-desktop package (so, you do not have kcmshell5's kwalletconfig5 module to configure it) and do not want to see KWallet popups at all then you should add the following strings into Note It is currently (at least up to 5.7.5) not possible to use kwallet-pam extension.
It was tried with an initial ebuild and even with access violations, it does not work (despite it being available on some other distros).