It's time for a new Roundup about new updates in a new decade!
All of our desktop offerings are getting updates this week, whether it's our newest #Budgie 10.5.1 release, #GNOME, #MATE, or #KDE! Read all about the latest happenings at https://getsol.us/2019/10/03/budgie-and-its-army-of-gnomes
The #GNOME Stack 3.34 stack upgrade push to unstable begins!
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/
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!
2018 has been an amazing year for our project. It's brought us new and improved tooling, fresh experiences in #Budgie, and new faces to our community. Read all about our development efforts in 2018 with This Year in #Solus: 2018 Edition! https://getsol.us/2018/12/31/this-year-in-solus-2018-edition
It's time for The Roundup #10, your bytes of Solus news. In this roundup we are focusing on improving community engagement, reducing barriers to entry, and improving the delivery of Solus news!
We are proud to announce the availability of Solus 3.9999, our ISO refresh of Solus 3! You can read our blog post on it at https://getsol.us/2018/09/20/solus-3-iso-refresh-released/ and download it today at https://getsol.us/download
Our package repo migration is now available via a system update! We strongly encourage you to perform this upgrade as soon as possible. Should you have any issues performing this update, don't hesitate to reach our via our support channels!
It's time for us to supercharge the #Solus infrastructure! Read about our infrastructure migration, repo changes, and more at https://getsol.us/2018/09/08/supercharging-solus-infrastructure/
It's time for The Roundup #9, your bytes of #Solus news. In this roundup, we are focusing on the continued modernizing of our software stack, improved resilience, and what is coming up this week!
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