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Solus Receives Better Bluetooth A2DP Audio and Scanning Support, Other Goodies

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Solus Project's Joshua Strobl is reporting today in a new installation of the This Week In Solus (TWiS) newsletter on the latest work done by him and project leader Ikey Doherty for their beloved and very popular Solus operating system.

Last week - like many others before it - was extremely busy for the development team behind Solus, an independently-developed GNU/Linux distribution. The team finally managed to migrate the project's Git repositories and patch management system to the Diffusion and Differential apps of their Phabricator dev tracker tool.

This move has many implications for the ever-growing community and package maintainers, and you can read all about it in This Week In Solus Install #44, which brings many other good news for the regular Solus user as scanning and Bluetooth A2DP audio support has been greatly improved thanks to donators and patrons.

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