End of year Thank You!

What an exhilarating journey it has been for the Peppermint team this past year, and we owe it all to you, our incredible community! Your unwavering support has made this year a whirlwind of excitement and accomplishment.

In the vibrant landscape of 2023, we achieved remarkable milestones:

  • Introducing ARM Builds
  • Unveiling the sleek and user-friendly gnome flashback desktops (with OpenBox in the works).
  • Introducing Mini Builds for network installations under 180MB.
  • Delivering Releases based on Bookworm and Daedalus, offering the freedom to choose between 32/64-bit systems and various init systems.
  • Elevating user experience with updates to the Kumo and Pephub tools.
  • Establishing invaluable partnerships with HostColor and OSSPlanet, securing essential resources to fuel our ongoing success.

As we set our sights on the horizon of 2024, we’re eager to bring even more to the table:

  • Paving the way for an anticipated Pep Server release, for those users that would like to use Peppermint for their server needs
  • Embarking on the journey to introduce a KDE Desktop
  • Nostalgia awaits, with exciting developments for a classic one time release those who appreciate the charm of the past.
  • Continue working on the upgrade tools for upgrade pathways.

With your continued support, 2024 is poised to be another chapter of innovation, growth, and shared success for Peppermint. Thank you for being a crucial part of our journey!
Please have a wonderful happy holiday season and new year!

Team Peppermint

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Fanda

    No native virtual keyboard.

    1. grafiksinc

      Yes that is correct it is something is not installed by default. It should be choice given to the user to install a virtual keyboard,

  2. charlie

    Being a distro hopper for the last year or so I found your os to be very good on my 8 year old HP. Easy install and friendly interface. Kudos for a decent product. Btw I still laugh when I go on to my Win 11 machine and watch all the nonsense happen.

    1. grafiksinc


      Super excited to hear you are enjoying Peppermint. Yeah the windows world is something watch go by LOL

      1. Randell Knight

        Microsoft must be aware of the increasing Linux use. Wyndoze is adding ‘sudo’ to their command line. Perhaps they will introduce more Linux-specific commands in the future?

        1. Systemd Avoider

          Moreover, Lennart Poettering (also Microsoft employee now) wants to replace sudo entirely with run0. You see where this is going? I recommend using doas for now, either through opendoas package or OpenBSD (where it comes from).

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