The Solus project has published a roadmap describing what the project's developers will be working on during 2019. The project's blog outlines work planned for the Budgie desktop, the package manager and the distribution's infrastructure. The roadmap includes plans for a new version of Budgie: "Budgie 11 development will officially (re-?)start in April. This development will occur internally on our Development Tracker until it is in a more ready state, in which case it will be available under our GetSolus GitHub organization. This will enable us to iterate on Budgie 11 at a pace which won't compromise our other higher priority and more time sensitive development efforts, as well as allow us to evolve and experiment with various Budgie 11 components. April will be focused on starting the development of these components, starting with budgie-daemon and budgie-desktop-shell." Along with the behind-the-scenes improvements, the release of Solus 4 is planned for the first quarter of 2019.
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