Hello all! After many tireless hours of hard work, we’ve reached one of our most important milestones yet — we have tagged Release Candidate 1! Images of Adélie Linux 1.0-RC1 will be available within a few days, along with the official release announcement. This week has seen significant activity related to final preparations for Release
Hello all! This week has been focused on fixes for 32-bit computers. Additionally, Telegram has been packaged for the x86 and ARM architectures. It is not yet available for PowerPC. Packaging KDE Applications has been updated to 19.12.1, and KDE Frameworks has been updated to 5.66.0. Mesa has been updated to 19.3.2. An issue with
Hello all! This week has seen our momentum increase as we grow closer to our first Release Candidate of Adélie Linux 1.0. Our multi-project effort to bring 64-bit date/time code to 32-bit architectures is fully underway. This includes developers from Adélie Linux, the musl libc, the Linux kernel, freedesktop.org, and others. We will be publishing
Hello all! Our package auditing and updating sprint has nearly reached its conclusion. We have audited over 1700 of our packages with the aim to ensure Adélie Linux 1.0 will be one of the most solid releases of any Linux distribution. Packaging Significant overhaul of the X.Org font packages completed. Fixes to the Mesa DRI
Happy New Year! We have begun this year with even more improvements and updates to prepare for Adélie Linux 1.0. Packaging Most of this week’s work went towards Qt WebKit. We have updated it to the latest snapshot of 5.212.0, bringing thousands of improvements from 5.9. This included finding and patching a few issues and
Hello all! This week, we focused on preparing our package recipes for the official Adélie Linux 1.0 release. Packaging The libxcb library was fixed to work with modern versions of the Check test library, and this work was sent upstream to X.Org. Xorgproto was updated, and various conflicts were fixed. Mesa was updated to the
Hello all! The Adélie Linux project is happy to announce that we have implemented a draft Code of Conduct. Unlike most other projects, we did not do this because we were forced, or to try and solve issues we were having. We did this to prevent issues from starting in the first place. It mostly
Hello all! Horizon 0.2.0 has been released, and with that, the Runner components are fully implemented! Horizon All of the Runner components have been fully implemented and tested. It should be possible to write HorizonScript files manually and use the Horizon system to install Adélie Linux. The UI is now being developed using Qt 5.