Over 1600 delta jobs (generates an eopkg with only the changes between package releases). Oh my! 😱

You should have an updated index now, so feel free to check for updates. Index will be hit-and-miss for a while until all the deltas are completed, just a heads up πŸ™‚

Here we go, sync is now underway! If you missed our blog post on the updates coming to the stable repo, check out our blog post at getsol.us/2020/07/01/usysconf- πŸš€

As a reminder, make sure to do a complete upgrade and please be patient with downloading all the updates! πŸ™‚

It's time for The Roundup #16, your bytes of news. In this roundup, we talk about our progress on the rewrite of our universal system configuration tool, usysconf, as well as multiple major upgrades which are landing or right around the corner!

Read more at getsol.us/2020/07/01/usysconf-

We're having a hackfest on June 14th at 1400 UTC (1000 EDT) πŸ₯³ Bryan will be working on refining the usysconf Golang port in preparation for its major 1.0 release, and Josh will be working on OpenSSL 1.1.x upgrades as well as its transition path.

Tune in via multistre.am/therealdatadrake/

It is a common misconception by users that the best editors are either emacs or vim. Clearly the best editor is Visual Studio Code, which just saw a 1.46.0 release! Check it out in tomorrow's sync. - @JoshStrobl

P.S. This is not the official view of Solus or all of Core Team. At least not until I convert them.

Is Vivaldi your browser powerhouse? Vivaldi 3.1 introduces a new full-page Notes Manager and even more customization options! Check it out tomorrow when it lands in the stable repo. πŸ₯³ - Joshua

I heard like new goodies. Like that new fancy GIMP 2.10.20 release.

Would be a real shame if that landed in the Solus stable repo tomorrow, wouldn't it? Then you'd have to spend the rest of your day checking out all the new tools and filters. πŸ˜‰ - Joshua

Thought I'd try something new today since sync is planned for next Friday (27.03) to allow for testing. Here's just a highlight of some stuff coming to you next Friday (with more planned next week).

Have a good Friday and weekend folks β™₯️ - Joshua

The GNOME 3.36 Stack is now in our unstable repository, available for brave testers. If you're interested, check out dev.getsol.us/T8829

For this Valentine's Day we're giving you what you love the most on Linux, lots of package updates! Read about the latest goodies at getsol.us/2020/02/13/we-love-p 😍

PSA: We will be deferring our regular Friday sync to the stable repository to next Friday (Feb 14th) as we perform additional testing against some massive updates, such as to Python 3. Read more at discuss.getsol.us/d/3706-feb-7 and expect a blog post early next week for more details!

We are proud to announce the immediate availability of Solus 4.1 Fortitude, a new Solus 4 series release! This release delivers a brand new desktop experience, updated software stacks, and hardware enablement. Read more at getsol.us/2020/01/25/solus-4-1 πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

All of our desktop offerings are getting updates this week, whether it's our newest 10.5.1 release, , , or ! Read all about the latest happenings at getsol.us/2019/10/03/budgie-an

One of the largest syncs we've ever done to stable is happening right now, this might take a bit folks! We have the GNOME 3.32 stack upgrade, MATE 1.22.1 stack upgrade, KDE Applications 19.04 stack upgrade, and a bunch of package updates coming to you! πŸŽ‰

We're thrilled to announce the availability of the latest 3.32 Stack in the unstable repo, now available to brave testers! Read more about it at getsol.us/2019/04/25/gnome-of-

Everyone: Surely those Solus folks are gonna take a short break now that they released Solus 4, right?

Us: Here's a Plasma 5.15.3 update in progress.

Everyone: *surprised Pikachu face*

We are proud to announce the immediate availability of 4 , a new major release of the Solus operating system. Check it out at getsol.us/2019/03/17/solus-4-r

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