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SnowBird Labs: The new home of SnowBird Linux

Posted on: 21/08/2013

It’s been two weeks since SnowBird Linux 19 has gone public and we are really excited by the growth rates we are witnessing. More than 500 downloads already is more than what we expected since the project is relatively new and mostly unknown in the wild. We are in the process of moving to www.sblabs.org sponsored by myWeb but it will be a phased approach. At present we are short on resources so we prefer to focus on the distribution itself rather than investing time on the new website. We have planned quite a lot of exciting enhancements to the next minor update (19.1) and we are considering a different naming process to allow a rolling release model. Stay tuned . . .

SnowBird Linux Stats (2 weeks)

SnowBird Linux downloads (2 weeks)

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