Bodhi 2015 Reflection and 2016 Road Map

8 Responses

  1. Sam says:

    Happy new year, May coming years bright forth the best in you and the best of times for you and your family. I pray that you have peace of mind and joys of world and that this year help you further all your goals by leaps and bounds. Well that is all I have to say to you and everyone out there who is or ever has dedicated their time, skill and efforts for the better.

  2. Rik says:

    Thank you so very much for building Bodhi Linux. I can always count on its stability, speed and ease of use!!!

  3. Myrddin Wyllt says:

    Windows network shares settings being nonexistent graphically in Bodhi Linux is the only barrier towards my adoption of Bodhi. Ubuntu MATE was the only other considerable choice left for my workflow. I look forward to the incorporation of file sharing support into Moksha Desktop. I understand this isn’t the place for suggestions or feature requests, but I thought I’d also share admiration and high hopes for your efforts in this project. Bodhi Linux has a bright future, and should I verily be astounded with your results. Donations are coming once I obtain the cash (I have to pay the bills too).

    • You can install / use the same file manager you utilize for this in Mate under Moksha.

      • Myrddin Wyllt says:

        True, yet getting caja to function properly requires a great quantity of dependencies which serves as extra bloat on a minimalistic laptop such as mine. I’m honored to see Jeff Hoogland, the project founder, taking time to respond. Most people care little of the lowly serfs of the internet such as I. Thank you and may the road rise up to meet you on your travels.

  4. NickStone says:

    When building Bodhi 4.0 from Ubuntu 16.04 LTS will you be including systemd or will you be sticking with Upstart or another init system? What are your views on systemd?

  5. Johannes says:

    Mein alter 1800MHz AMD Laptop läuft flüssig dank Bodhi !
    Danke für die gute Arbeit!

    Old Hardware still running!
    Thanks for this nice piece of Work!

    PS: Looking forward for the next release 😀

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