Semplice 7 'Comfortably Numb' Released


Semplice GNU/Linux developers announced release of Semplice 7 with code name 'Comfortably Numb', a Debian based GNU/Linux distribution featuring 'Vera Desktop'.

From Release Announcement:
Every revolution starts with a small step. Semplice 7 is ours. Since our first release 5 years ago, our goal was to create an innovative and lightweight operating system, and not being a "me-too" Openbox-based distribution like many are showing up lately. Admittedly, we have been good at being an Openbox-based distribution. Semplice 6 was our own peak and I'm truly proud of it. But it's time to move on. It's my pleasure to announce the release of Semplice 7, codenamed "Comfortably Numb". Functionally and aesthetically wise, you won't find that many differences with Semplice 6. But under-the-hood there are plenty. Openbox became a component of the Desktop Environment, and not the Desktop Environment itself.
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