It's time for The Roundup #16, your bytes of Solus 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 https://getsol.us/2020/07/01/usysconf-rewrite-and-major-upgrades-roundup-16/
Typo: "by placing them in the stateless directoried"
Staudey Derp. Fixed.
my thanks to the team you do a great job
Great News and an awesome job !!
I read the whole article.
Thanks for the deprecation information (especially answering my query about utopia-docs).
And thanks for your hard work. (You=you all.) What an undertaking.
Open SSL seems to be the biggest can of worms ever created hahahaha.
Java dev here - at last, OpenJDK11 yeah! ...and an up-to-date (thus usable) gradle! Not that it is hard to manage JDK or gradle installs yourself but this way updates will come more often and I don't have to mess around with paths... Solus really is great for Java development!
sebastian-brandt I've taken over maintenance of Gradle and JDK11, so they'll be updated far more frequently from now on. 🙂
The streams are great. Never thought I would make a habit of watching something like that.
Ah - I see that cryptomator is now v1.5 - fantastic! Thanks :-D
serebit Excellent! Thank you!
Dear Solus team and community. Thank you for your hard work and I wish you all the best! 🙂
Oh ye, that usysconf rewrite was really necessary. Thanks to Chris and the team to make it more flexible and better usable. Last time I had to dig into it I was surprised about all the hardcoded stuff. Congratulations on the release, especially to Chris. Good job!
STiAT The release hasn't happened yet though, but thanks!
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