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Sabayonlinux: How things are going

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Well, this morning I was thinking that I need to blog a little bit more, so here I am. Things are going well on the Sabayon side, we released a nearly perfect miniEdition last week and that’s a good thing from the QA side. Talking about future releases:

> We are going to have a Professional Edition (yeah Business Edition changed its name) with the new artwork soon.
> We are going to have a new Loop release cycle (3.5 Loop 1) in less than one month with a huge amount of features (Entropy Alpha-stage included)
> We are going to public the new artwork stuff and rework the whole Sabayon theme that will show up in the upcoming releases listed above

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