The Project Trident team has published an update on the operating system's migration from being based on an experimental rolling branch to a more stable platform. The update mentions the old, experimental branch will be removed at the end of 2019. The post goes on to say the new, stable repository will also be removed in April of 2020. Which raises the question of what will replace the new stable branch? The developers have indicated Project Trident will migrate to another operating system, but have not stated which one: "For long-term stability, Project Trident is hard at work migrating to an alternate operating system as the basis for the project. The migration is planned to be complete in late 2019. A new version of Project Trident based on the different operating system is planned for release in early 2020. For a small preview, we're already experiencing faster boot times, daily app updates, newer hardware drivers, and Bluetooth support in the new version of Project Trident."
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