Solus Budgie Next Desktop released with GNOME Session integration, with multilib update. Budgie Desktop is a lightweight GTK3 desktop session and its the default desktop environment for Evolve OS, a new desktop Linux distribution released early this year
Budgie Next Desktop
Work has progressed well on the rewrite of Budgie.
- The rewrite is now integrated into GNOME Session and uses its phase initialization system, so Budgie starts in the panel initialization phase and the window manager in the WindowManager phase.
- Information such as whether dark theme is enabled, your widget theme, and icon theme are now integrated into Raven.
Also, work on the panel editor has now begun. A screenshot is available below.
As you may (or may not, in which case you should really tune in more) know multilib has been a large item on our path to 1.0. Ikey has been working extensively this week on the multi-stage process for landing 32-bit libraries, and we are happy to report that 32-bit enabled GCC is now landing in the repositories.
- atom has been updated to 1.3.1
- flash-player-nonfree has been updated to 184.108.40.2064
- geany has been updated to 1.26
- gnome-disk-utilities 3.18.3 has been added to the repo
- git has been updated to 2.6.4
- lollypop has been updated to 0.9.75
- kernel has been updated to 4.1.14
- php has been updated to 7.0.0
- r has been updated to 3.2.3
- rhythmbox has been updated to enable mtp and vala support
- rust has been updated to 1.5.0
- supertuxkart 0.9.1 has been added to the repo
- qbittorrent has been updated to 3.3.1
- youtube-dl has been updated to 2015.12.09