This is a task just to indicate that a GNOME 3.32 stack upgrade is planned. Alongside this upgrade, the release of Budgie 10.5.1 will occur to support GNOME 3.30.x and GNOME 3.32.x.
|Resolved||JoshStrobl||T7794 Meta: Solus 4.1 Tasklist|
|Resolved||JoshStrobl||T7805 Meta: Week 15 Tasklist|
|Resolved||JoshStrobl||T6971 Update to GNOME 3.32.x Stack|
|Resolved||JoshStrobl||T7038 Update Network Manager to 1.16.0|
|Resolved||JoshStrobl||T7049 RAM Usage|
|Resolved||JoshStrobl||T7132 update gspell to 1.8.1|
|Resolved||JoshStrobl||T7481 Update libvte to more recent version|
|Resolved||JoshStrobl||T7875 gsettings-desktop-schemas as a missing dependency for libgtk-3|
And when will Solus 4 see the light of day? In the very near future, I assume, based on the fact that you're targeting GNOME 3.30 rather than 3.32 (which would be a more likely candidate if Solus 4's release were to happen months from now)? I know you guys don't really give us exact dates, but what timeframe? 2-4 months from now or something?
I'm not willing to commit to a yes or no on that until I actually review the state of Nautilus, the literal git history for removing support, and thus the viability for adding it back in.
I don’t think that’s the case, the article just outlines the gnome shell extension that is in place for the desktop icons if I understand it correctly. That extension hasn’t even been updated with support for 3.30 so it’s useless after the stack upgrade...
I saw that the ubuntu budgie project has been looking at the possibility of using this in place of nautilus for desktop icon support:
haven't tried it myself though