I think my question would be, what's the purpose of this KDE community edition? What is it intending to offer over the existing KDE edition?
Each edition should offer something specific or unique, otherwise it's just duplication of effort and adding to the confusion about having differently-named but similar editions.
If it's for multimedia then something focussed specifically on AV production (or even something like Twitch or YouTube streaming) would add that "unique selling point" (USP) - e.g. realtime kernel, pared-back DE, scheduler tweaks, DAW, AV editing (KDEnlive etc.), screen recording software (OBS etc.) preinstalled, ...
If it's just a differently-themed KDE edition then is it worth the time, effort, server space, etc.?