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Few things, 1. I look like a trucker, not planned I'm growing my beard back. 2. The red hat was actually accidental and unplanned. 3. Finally! Man that took a long time. A years worth of work, long hours, many commits later. Red Hat has decided to seal the deal.
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Nice congrats
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I used to love PHP. Then I saw the effect of editing server side code during runtime in the enterprise.
NOPE. NOPE. NOPE.
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+Josh Benham the difference is its enabled by default.
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+Charlie Kravetz 99% of those Windows users won't touch bash or Linux apps even if they are available. 
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+Solus Project +Ryan Roberts  Hey Solus - When do you guys expect you'll have GTK 3.20 support?
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You could distribute an xdg-app or an appimage
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This makes me torn - While I don't like the GPL, and I think the pressure GPL Activists place on developers is damn near Religious Fanaticism. Developers who chose the GPL do have that right and their license choice should be respected. On the flip side - People shouldn't be forced to use GPL, and if they feel the need to avoid it they should.

But when you chose to avoid it in a way that is detrimental to the community and it's representation... When you do it in a way that harms people who support you... That could and should be avoided.
The Linux Foundation is an industry organisation dedicated to promoting, protecting and standardising Linux and open source software [1]. The majority of its board is chosen by the member companies - 10 by platinum members (platinum membership costs $500000 a year), 3 by gold members (gold ...
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Every bug that exists in our tracker as of today, will be resolved in the next 4 weeks.

We're also going to be expanding our hosting soon (I'm actually just waiting on getting paid, which is when I was was going to leave this announcement until..) to accommodate a lot more... :)

Once those 4 weeks are up, and obviously there's an ISO in between that too, we're going to begin work on Solus 2.0. Now obviously, we're going to continue to improve 1.0, make no doubt about that (And we're deliberately keeping the old X.Org to allow for AMD drivers, which are coming this week) - but we're going to start it all very very soon.

2.0 will in some ways be a different beast, but at the same time the same guiding principles. In short, it's an act of refinement.

There are some things that just will not be backported to 1.0, as it won't be technically feasible, but one of the first acts of 2.0 is to dramatically slim the footprint of the core of the operating system.

Some small tidbits, and again, there are more announcements to come...:

 * Solus 2.0 will be completely stateless. And we'll start it out as completely stateless, in that it becomes a developer error to ship anything non-stateless. Whassat mean? Go check out the +Clear Linux Project for Intel Architecture documentation here: https://clearlinux.org/features/stateless

* The binary repository will be split into layers, allowing separate domains of ownership. You'll have the very core repository, which is the very heart of the distribution, and then separate profiles built up on top of this.

* The Core should have an absolutely minimal disk footprint. It is in fact this component which will be managed by our new (not yet published) toolchain-cruft successor. This will allow for hardware-specific optimisations.. which we'll go into at a later date.. :)

* The split will allow a merge-model for an atomic base used in our distribution media. i.e. Core+GNOME+Budgie

* For certain profiles, a fully atomic approach will be taken with separated apps. Right now we're evaluating limba. We feel it's a better fit for the project than the ostree approach. Long story short, these atomic profiles would not be using a package manager at all, so ostree isn't the answer here (There is more news to come in this field, stay tuned.)

* The split will enable SDK/OEM/End User separation. And now I say too much. :)

I could go on, but there are other things that I won't be announcing just yet. Just enough to get your tongues wet, as it were.

- ikey
You just made a mistake in configuring OpenStack* on your system, and out of frustration ran the following commands on your Linux distro as root : # rm -rf /etc /var # reboot. What do you think would happen? How long would it take you to recover? Without backups?
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Ambitious plans. I wish them good luck with it.
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Doesn't bother me, if someone lists us in the same class as Ubuntu derivatives then they haven't the first idea about what Solus is, so I'm not going to try and educate them :) Thanks for the heads up though!
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"LinuxKit" is an entirely possible and wholly achieve-able goal. Not sure why people think it isn't =/
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Off Subject....I found u ... I love OpenBSD....   :)
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