Category Archive: Announcement

Dec 24 2016

OpenMandriva Lx 3.01 – our holidays gift

Here comes the Christmas gift from the OpenMandriva Community 😉 Not long after Lx 3.0 final release we are proud to announce OpenMandriva Lx 3.01. Work on 3.01 releases has further improved stability and performance with freshly updated software. The 3.01 release brings a number of major fixes since 3.0 release: – updated software – …

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Aug 13 2016

OpenMandriva Lx 3.0 Final Release is out!

Exciting news from the OpenMandriva Community! Not long after RC1 we are proud to announce the OpenMandriva Lx 3.0 final release. Work on the RC1/RC2 releases has further improved stability and performance. We have now support for the Japanese and Chinese languages so we would really welcome any feedback from those who speak them. The …

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Jun 27 2016

OpenMandriva Lx 3.0 Beta2 is here!

Hey-hey!! It was worth waiting for it, we promise! OpenMandriva Lx 3.0 Beta2 is now ready! Here, check out why: This second beta has concentrated on improved stability and performance and now, for the first time, has accommodation for the Chinese and Japanese languages using fcitx to support their input methods. OpenMandriva is a cutting …

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Apr 06 2016

Beta1 is here!

Hi folks! with making it better, better and better we decided to make a cut and finally release the Beta1 of OpenMandriva Lx3! Let’s polish it together 🙂 This BETA1 release is the culmination of over a years effort and offers features that set it at the leading edge of software technology. The use of …

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Jun 29 2015

The Scion is ready!

Curious? Here is our tribute to our founder and the community he and others created. “The Scion” is a release dedicated to Mandrake , our ancestor, not lost but living on here: Download Options: SourceForge: Torrents: i586 and x86-64 Gaël Duval recently stated: “I read a lot of sad comments on Twitter about it (the …

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Jun 12 2015

New President is here!

  Hey folks!   OpenMandriva members have elected the council (to be able to vote and influence things – apply for membership:), and yesterday council was agreeing on the bureau (president, treasurer, secretary). In full consensus it was agreed that new OpenMandriva President becomes Colin Close (aka Itchka). As a head of QA team he …

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Jun 05 2015

Look! It’s the OpenMandriva Council Election Results

The elections for the OpenMandriva Association Council are finished, counted the votes here are the results. To the nine persons that will integrate the OpenMandriva Council for the next two years – Klebedeff, Bero, RJadot, Rugyada, TPG, JCL, Itchka, Fedya and Avokhmin – Welcome!

May 30 2015

OpenMandriva Council Elections and i586 survey

Dear OpenMandriva Association Member, During this week the OpenMandriva Association (OMA) started the election of it’s council. It’s very important for all members to participate in the elections. OMA also started to listen the members on the i586 architecture usage. In 3 days from now the members voting on the topic will be over and …

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Apr 24 2015

Mixing the Ingredients Together – Announcing OpenMandriva Lx 3 Alpha

The OpenMandriva Community has been working hard, and after a long period of development and fixes, we’re happy to announce the alpha release of OpenMandriva Lx 3 (Einsteinium)! If you’re eager to jump in and try some of the new features from this release, you can download OpenMandriva Lx 3 Alpha at the following links: …

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Feb 03 2015

Pre-Alpha OMA Lx3 is here – hot and fresh!

Why pre-Alpha? Because we are eager to deliver you the freshest and hottest, and with your help this new release can start shining brighter even sooner! Have fun, report bugs, enjoy! You can download pre-Alpha here http://sourceforge.net/projects/openmandriva/files/alpha/2015.0/ Please check out the release notes here. https://wiki.openmandriva.org/en/Release_3/Release_Notes So what is in? Desktop The oma-welcome, or Welcome to OpenMandriva …

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