Due to the later-than-usual sync this week, I'm going to be pushing back the Week 10 sync until next Tuesday. Feel free to read more at https://discuss.getsol.us/d/162-deferring-week-10-sync-until-tuesday-12-03-2019 - Joshua
Update #4: You should now be able to update your system if you are using the shannon (stable) repository. https://discuss.getsol.us/d/58-update-install-errors/7
We are currently aware of issues with updating some packages on the stable / shannon repository. We will have updates on our dedicated discussion topic for this at https://discuss.getsol.us/d/58-update-install-errors
We are really excited to be introducing our new community forums! With the introduction of our Flarum-based community forums, we will have a new centerpiece to community engagement that provides us with the user experience and flexibility we've long desired. Read more at https://getsol.us/2019/03/01/introducing-our-new-community-forums/
We will be performing infrastructure maintenance and upgrades tomorrow starting at 9AM EST / 2PM UTC. This maintenance is expected to take roughly 4-5 hours, as we're swapping out drives, upgrading our CPUs, and performing volume changes.
During this time, our hosted services (e.g. Phabricator, forums, and website) will be unavailable. You can follow us here for further updates.
Like yourself some Lutris? They just released 0.5.0 and it's already in #Solus stable repos! Check out the new fancy GTK+ UI they have!
Just built my first desktop computer and gotta say it was a great experience. Installed Solus for my OS after a lot of research and haven't been disappointed. They're killing it with Budgie and the whole experience. I just found my go-to distro.
Indexing is done. Moved over new translations and going to perform a re-index shortly. Worst case scenario is I reset that and push directly to the GH repo, then rebase the Weblate one. - @JoshStrobl
Taking slightly longer than anticipated. Might've forgotten how long it can take for it to index all the languages.
First world "problem": Having so many supported languages that Weblate takes a bit and forces you to get up and go make some more coffee while you wait. - @JoshStrobl
2019 is going to be a transformative year for Solus. Read about some of the things we have planned at https://getsol.us/2019/01/14/2019-to-venture-ahead/
Our blog post on what's coming up in 2019 is coming out on Monday so keep your eyes on that blog page! I'm even going to make a fancy roadmap page! https://getsol.us/blog/
Generalistic and moderated instance.