XS Community Edition/6.0

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XSCE 6.0 is expected in February 2016, with its core documents below. Check also our Frequently Asked Questions and weekly minutes for the very latest!

Supported Hardware

Supported OS's

  • Fedora 18 32-bit
  • Fedora 22 64-bit
  • Fedora 23 64-bit (Ansible installs not yet stable w/ dnf!)
  • CentOS "7.2" (1511) for long-term "enterprise" support, for hardware like Intel's NUC

Documentation

XSCE 6.0 Release Notes

  https://github.com/XSCE/xsce/blob/master/ReleaseNotes6.0.md

XSCE 6.0 Fresh Install Guide

  https://github.com/XSCE/xsce/wiki/XSCE-Installation

Tom Gilliard's 6.0 Testing Notes & Screenshots

  http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/XSCE

XSCE 6.0 Spec/Progress Chart

  http://tinyurl.com/xsce-six

XSCE 6.0 Testing Matrix

  Click TABS AT BOTTOM for each platform: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1pevXOSIoV9LQF_8QV-5_ds0WPqC1Lko3UYYJh8UnUkM (was http://tinyurl.com/xsce-six-test)

XSCE 5.1 "complete recipe" installation instructions (legacy installs only!)

  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Ez1H2LYrkqeXR_r5T93CMdmx9CeTJp_vC-IDBGam1Bc/edit#heading=h.raunf6lwahje

Origins

XSCE 6.0 arose from this /Road_Map.

See our 2014 roots surrounding XSCE 5.1, our very successful Internet-in-a-Box Summit Oct 10-13, 2015 in Toronto, as well as early roadmapping for the upcoming XSCE 6.1 !

XSCE 6.0's specification arose from proposed features and Caryl Bigenho's Los Angeles OSSIE community going way back to our meetup there Feb 21-23, 2014! Where OSSIE = Open Source Software in Education a.k.a. OLPC-SoCal, who helped nurture http://internet-in-a-box.org to what it's now becoming :-)

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