Calamares Late Summer

COVID-19 continues to hold much of the world in its grip, while Calamares development continues inside. In previous years there has been a “Calamares Summer Plan” so let’s continue with that in spite of everything.

Written on August 25, 2020
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Calamares 3.2.29 released

In some ways, you could call this 3.2.28.4, except there’s some important new functionality regarding progress reporting. One regression in user-group settings has been fixed (thanks to Asif for reporting it). We’re now at Calamares 3.2.29. This is a somewhat regular features-and-fixes release in the Calamares 3.2 series.

Calamares is a distribution-independent system installer, with an advanced partitioning feature for both manual and automated partitioning operations. Calamares is designed to be customizable by distribution maintainers without need for cumbersome patching, thanks to third party branding and external modules support.

Written on August 20, 2020
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Calamares 3.2.28.3 released

Third time is the charm. Thanks to careful bug reports from Marco Obaid, on regressions in Calamares 3.2.28.1 and .2, we’re now at Calamares 3.2.28.3. This version fixes regressions in the previous release.

Calamares is a distribution-independent system installer, with an advanced partitioning feature for both manual and automated partitioning operations. Calamares is designed to be customizable by distribution maintainers without need for cumbersome patching, thanks to third party branding and external modules support.

Written on August 18, 2020
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Calamares 3.2.28.1 released

As an illustration that releasing under time pressure and late at night is not a good idea, Calamares 3.2.28.1 follows hot on the heels of 3.2.28. This version fixes regressions in the previous release.

Calamares is a distribution-independent system installer, with an advanced partitioning feature for both manual and automated partitioning operations. Calamares is designed to be customizable by distribution maintainers without need for cumbersome patching, thanks to third party branding and external modules support.

Written on August 10, 2020
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