The @SolusProject Patreon is now at 376 Patrons and $1,319 USD per month. Significant drop since our blog post (1200 USD) but I want to see both of those numbers hit zero! If you're a Patron, please cancel your donation ASAP and read https://getsol.us/2018/10/27/in-full-sail/
At present, Patreon has been taking upwards of 9 days to respond to my support tickets regarding Solus and they only are getting back to them after I practically necro the tickets.
ICYMI, we have a hackfest this Saturday, October 27th at 1400 UTC where Bryan is going to be working on improving JACK support and I'll be working on some new indexer / tooling for the Help Center! Tune in at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIEs0j4reFk and our IRC when we go live at #Solus-LiveStream on irc.freenode.net
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!
Currently writing up a new Roundup on the goal of improving community engagement, reducing barriers to entry, and more in #Solus. Anything regarding the subject you'd like our thoughts on?
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
Update on our Developer Tooling migration and upcoming ISOs. Linking to Google+ since 500 characters isn't remotely enough: https://plus.google.com/+Solus-Project/posts/DSti43oiJXV
Update regarding likely last phase of migration, which is new ISO. We're currently tweaking our solbuild images (used by the builder and packagers) and getting them updated to resolve likely the last developer-oriented tooling update. The goal is to focus on one item or phase, get everything resolved for that phase, then move onto the next. Once this is complete, we'll be updating branding packages and cooking new 3.9999 ISOs. Really looking forward to getting those out to everyone! - Joshua
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!
Documentation for updating Arcanist and development package repos to the new Phabricator is now up https://getsol.us/articles/packaging/moving-to-getsolus/en/
Generalistic and moderated instance.