The changes in this release: - Remove driver specific hacks/quirks, and require them to be opt-in via config option - Separate automagic connection code from net-profiles - Fix various bugs - Add option to run iwconfig with whatever arguments before connecting (all wireless setups) More details on the netcfg2 git branch on [projects.archlinux.org] Documentation for the changes can be found on the [Network Profiles development] wiki page. If you've sent James (iphitus) a bug report via forums/email in the last month, or he's promised to fix a bug and hasn't, now is a good time to send an email to remind him.
The 2008.06 images are out. This release introduces many changes. - 'base' category is always installed - Use of UUIDs for persistent device naming - Availability of USB disk images alongside traditional ISOs - True live Arch installation environment - Inclusion of the beginner's guide from the wiki - Documentation updates - Includes the current stable kernel, 188.8.131.52
Hey kids, The ArchLinux dev team is looking for a few package maintainers! Basic Duties: * Maintain a handful of official Arch Linux packages in [extra] * Participate in mailing list discussion on arch-dev * Work constructively with other users and developers to fix bugs and improve packages Skills: * A strong knowledge of Arch Linux and Linux in general * A good understanding of pacman and makepkg * Well-written, good communication * Enough free time! If you feel you meet our expectations and have the time and desire to be on the Arch team, please send an email to [aaron] containing the following: * How long you've been active with Linux, and ArchLinux. * Any projects you've created or contributed to * A list of packages you maintain in the AUR/community * Any specific goals you may have in mind when joining our team * Any nicknames you use, in case I can't match the name to the nick yet 8) * Any specific packages you'd be interested in maintaining.
Greetings Archers. For those of you who didn't notice, the website went through a major 'under the hood' update on the evening of May 23rd. Things in the update: - multiple architecture support - dependency and required_by listings for package info - svn (repos.archlinux.org) link integration - bug fixes - many backend changes Sorry for the delay in posting the news. One more thing. Cerebral wanted me to mention his awesomeness. Done. :)