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Becoming a reality - AliceKit and the Swift Machine

Written by: Marquis Kurt, 1 Aug 17

It’s been a few weeks since I originally published my article on Medium that proposed the future of Artemis, and I’m proud to say that we are indeed starting to make headway with it. Since publishing that article, our team has begun extensive research and experimentation with the capabilities of Swift, Wayland, and Qt.

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Becoming a reality - AliceKit and the Swift Machine

Written by: Marquis Kurt, 1 Aug 17

It’s been a few weeks since I originally published my article on Medium that proposed the future of Artemis, and I’m proud to say that we are indeed starting to make headway with it. Since publishing that article, our team has begun extensive research and experimentation with the capabilities of Swift, Wayland, and Qt.

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Wayland, Qt, and Swift vs. D

Written by: Wesley Hershberger, 15 Jul 17

Hello Artemis Community! I’m Wesley (some of you have probably met me in Telegram), and Marquis asked me to write this post about the stuff I’ve been posting and looking into recently. Basically I’ve been doing a lot of looking and reading as to how to actually accomplish what we are trying to do here with Artemis.

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Huzzah! Hello, ...!

Written by: Marquis Kurt, 25 May 17

After a successful five days of voting, I am pleased to introduce the new name for the Enjade Project. It was a close battle between several names, but the decision has been made… by you, the community!

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We need your help with renaming Enjade

Written by: Marquis Kurt, 21 May 17

When I first started the Enjade project, I wanted to give a name that best represented the clean, friendly nature of the Unity desktop while presenting something completely new. Sadly, things have changed and not everything is what it seems.

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New site, changed views, and a brighter future

Written by: Marquis Kurt, 7 May 17

When I first started this project back in April, I had no clue as to how the entire project would play out. I thought that I would be by myself on it, having to create and maintain an entire environment with little to no help. After all, I do see comments regularly that show that users’ disliking of the Unity desktop project. To my surprise, I was wrong; currently, there are ~30 members in the Telegram group for the Enjade Project, some base ideas for how the entire project will roll out, and an article on OMG! Ubuntu featuring the project.

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