The time is nigh to start development of Budgie 11 and you can tune in on Saturday, September 16th at 1700 GMT to watch Ikey work on it live!
You can set a reminder via the embedded Youtube event below and chat with us during the stream at #Solus-Livestream on irc.freenode.net using an IRC client such as Hexchat, Quassel, Weechat, etc.
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We’re proud to announce the release of Budgie 10.4. Budgie 10.4 is considered a major release on our 10.x series, with significant improvements to applets, panels, and personalization of Budgie. This release also introduces polish to Alt+Tab, animations, and Budgie Menu!
Animations Budgie 10.4 now has maximize and unmaximize animations for applications.
Alt+Tab In this release of Budgie, the alt+tab switcher will now prefer the theme icon instead of the X11 icon where possible.
We’re happy to announce the release of Budgie 10.3. Budgie 10.3 is the last incarnation of the 10.x series, with only minor updates to the 10.3 releases being planned, and opening the door for development of the Qt 5-based Budgie 11.
Alt+Tab Budgie 10.3 features our new Alt+Tab implementation, eliminating previous issues with our alt+tab and enabling a faster, prettier, and more reliable window switching experience. This implementation is thanks to a significant community contribution, done during our first implementation competition that provided a monetary award of 500 EUR, and further improvements done to the user interface of it.
With the Budgie website now up and running, let us turn our focus to the development of Budgie 11 itself. It’s no secret that we’ve been very busy over in Solus land, focusing on the base layers of the operating system. We did also promise we’d be kicking off the year with a focus on the next major release in the Budgie Desktop project, with version 11.
However, we’ve also thought long and hard about exactly what we want Budgie 11 to be, how it looks, and how we want to deliver the best experience to our users.
Welcome to the new Budgie website. Still in its early days, this website serves to represent the Budgie Desktop project, its development, and its community. It will serve to inform the public on the latest news regarding this project and is planned to provide comprehensive developer-oriented documentation, enabling people around the world to contribute to the Budgie Desktop project and help to foster a rich and vibrant community.
This website also serves to represent the future of the Budgie Desktop project with a Roadmap providing details and thoughts on the direction and plans of the project.