Commit 92787ec2 authored by Philip Müller's avatar Philip Müller

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<big>Thanks for your support</big>
Manjaro Linux receives a great deal of support from its community of users and we would like to thank each and every contributor for participating. We are growing at a steady pace and our distribution is getting better every day thanks to you.
It is very easy to make a difference. Depending on your skill set, your availability you can help Manjaro in one or more of the following ways:
<big>Support and Promotion</big>
<b>Spreading the word</b>
If you like Manjaro, let people know. Write a review and publish it on distrowatch.com. Talk about it with your friends and the people around you.
<b>Joining the Community</b>
Manjaro isn't just an operating system, it's also a dynamic community of people who enjoy, gather, and interact with a free and open project. Whether it's by helping others sort through issues, by making them feel welcome, or simply by meeting and talking to other Manjaro users, we recommend you join the community and participate in making Manjaro better.
<b>Helping others</b>
If you have some spare time and you're willing to help other users with technical problems, you should seriously consider reading the forums and/or joining the IRC channel and helping other Manjaro users solve the problems you know how to fix.
<big>Project contributions</big>
<b>Bug reports</b>
If you've noticed something that doesn't work properly while using Manjaro, let us know. The problem you have discovered is likely to affect others as well; The sooner we know about it, the sooner we're able to fix it.
<b>New ideas</b>
The vast majority of improvements included in each release come from the community. If there's something that you think is missing or that could be done better, please tell us. Whether it's the inclusion of a missing hardware driver, or a software application that should be part of a stock installation, or if you have any other ideas on how to make Manjaro better, we're always interested in hearing them.
<b>Artwork</b>
If you are talented in graphic design and willing to contribute to the project, please send us your creations and artwork. Whether it's a simple wallpaper, an icon set, a splash screen, or even a new logo, we're always interested to hear from you about new artwork.
<b>Code</b>
Most of our development is done in QT, C++, Python, HTML5/CSS and BASH. We also use Git for version control and PKGBUILDs for packaging. If you're comfortable with these technologies, don't hesitate to have a look at the code. If you think you can improve our applications or write new ones don't hesitate to suggest patches or to fork our git repositories.
<big>Handling hardware</big>
Manjaro not only supports the use of multiple kernels (selectable from the advanced options at the boot screen), but also provides access to the very latest bleeding edge kernels as well. This can be done through the use of the Kernel module in Manjaro's graphical Settings Manager, or via the command line using the MHWD-kernel (Manjaro Hardware Detection) command.
These Manjaro tools will automatically update a newly installed kernel along with any modules currently in use with your existing kernel. For example, if you were to update from kernel 3.18 to 4.1, mhwd-kernel would automatically include the kernel 4.1 builds and all modules used with kernel 3.18. How about that!
You can configure your hardware through the Hardware Detection module in the Settings Manager or alternatively with the MHWD cli-application. With these tools you can install for example graphical drivers, free and proprietary.
<big>Getting help</big>
Although Manjaro is designed to work as much "out of the box" as possible, we don't claim it's perfect. There can be times when things go wrong, you might have questions and a desire to learn more or just want to personalise it to suit your tastes. This page provides details of some available resources to help you!
<b>Search the web</b>
Perhaps the first place to look for generic Linux help is by using your favourite search engine. Just include words like 'Linux', 'Manjaro' or 'Arch' in your search query.
As Manjaro is based on Arch Linux, guides and tips designed for Arch usually apply to Manjaro too.
<b>Look in the forums</b>
For specific help with Manjaro we have a dedicated online forum where you can search for topics, or create one yourself! This is probably the next best place to go for collaboration, discussion and assistance. Ask for help, post your thoughts, or outline some suggestions. Don't be shy!
The Manjaro forum is divided into sub-forums for different topics and environments, please post your query in the appropriate place!
<b>Join us on IRC (Internet Relay Chat)</b>
Another option is to join us on IRC by joining our #manjaro channel on the chat.freenode.net servers.
<b>Sign up to a mailing list</b>
Another way to get help is to email questions to Manjaro mailing list (you can also search the history for past discussions). Simply sign up to the list you prefer and follow the instructions. There is a list dedicated to several topics, just take a look!
<big>Other resources</big>
- <a href="http://forum.manjarolinux.de">Manjaro Germany</a> - Official, support for our german community.
- <a href="https://aur.archlinux.org">AUR Repository</a> - Extra software not in the regular repositories, built from source.
- <a href="https://wiki.manjaro.org">Manjaro Wiki</a> - Official wiki for Manjaro.
- <a href="http://wiki.archlinux.org">Arch Wiki</a> - Official wiki for Arch.
- <a href="https://kiwiirc.com/nextclient/irc.freenode.net/?nick=manjaro-web%7C?#manjaro">IRC Chat</a> - Live talk and help by users for users.
<big>Suggestions</big>
Got a suggestion on how we can make Manjaro better? Found something you want included, or want to help out? Please let us know, by posting your suggestion on the forum or drop by on IRC.
Thank you!
We hope you enjoy using Manjaro!
<big>Manjaro 20.1</big>
Estamos muy contentos de anunciar el lanzamiento de una nueva versión estable de Manjaro Linux, llamada Mikah.
La edición Xfce continúa siendo nuestro buque insignia, habiendo recibido toda la atención que merece. Muy pocos pueden alardear de ofrecer una experiencia tán pulida, integrada y actualizada de Xfce. Con este lanzamiento ofrecemos la versión 4.14 de Xfce y nos hemos concentrado principalmente en pulir la experiencia de usuario con el escritorio y el gestor de ventanas. Además, hemos cambiado el tema por defecto a uno nuevo, llamado Matcha. La nueva funcionalidad de perfiles en la configuración de la pantalla te permitirá almacenar varios perfiles de tus distintas disposiciones de pantallas. Hemos implementado además la auto activación de estos perfiles cuando se conecten nuevas pantallas.
Nuestra edición KDE ofrece el versátil, maduro y lleno de funcionalidades escritorio de Plasma en su versión 5.19. En este lanzamiento viene con un aspecto único, que fue completamente rediseñado durante la primavera de 2020. El conjunto de temas Breath2 incluye versiones clara y oscura, una pantalla de bienvenida animada, perfiles de Konsole, temas de Yakuake y muchos más detalles. Hemos rematado el editor de texto Kate con esquemas de colores adicionales además de ofrecer el Menú Simple de Plasma como alternativa al tradicional lanzador Kickoff. Con una gran selección de los últimos programas de KDE en su versión 20.08 además de otros programas, Manjaro-KDE pretende ser un entorno versátil y ligero, listo para todas las necesidades de tu día a día.
Con nuestra edición Gnome, basada en la versión 3.36 de la serie, incluimos varias actualizaciones visuales en diversas aplicaciones e interfaces, siendo dignos de mención las pantallas de inicio de sesión y de bloqueo. Las extensiones de GNOME Shell pueden ser ahora administradas mediante una nueva extensión con la que se pueden actualizar, configurar, eliminar o deshabilitar estas extensiones. Un nuevo botón de No Molestar ha sido añadido a la ventana de notificaciones. Al pulsarlo, todas las notificaciones se esconderán hasta que el botón se vuelva a pulsar de nuevo. Por defecto, nuestro fondo de pantalla dinámico cambiará el color del tema a lo largo del día. Además, hemos actualizado GDM y mejorado un montón nuestro Gnome-Layout-Switcher, que permite cambiar fácilmente la disposición de los elementos del escritorio. Hemos actualizado nuestra lista de paquetes preinstalados, zsh es la nueva shell por defecto y las aplicaciones están ahora ordenadas en carpetas en la nueva app de menú de inicio.
La serie 9.5 de Pamac ha recibido algunas actualizaciones. Hemos optimizado la comprobación interna de dependencias, que ahora tiene un mejor rendimiento, hemos mejorado el manejo de errores de alpm, optimizado el algoritmo de búsqueda para mejor soporte de regex e implementado mejoras en el rendimiento de la base de datos. Además, ahora es posible construir e instalar tantos paquetes de AUR como sea posible en una sola ejecución.
Manjaro Architect tiene ahora soporte de instalación ZFS mediante el añadido de los módulos necesarios al Kernel.
El Kernel 5.8 es el usado en este lanzamiento, al igual que los drivers disponibles a fecha del mismo. En comparación con nuestro anterior lanzamiento, todas nuestras herramientas han sido mejoradas y pulidas.
We hope you enjoy this release and let us know what you think of Mikah.
Esperamos que disfrutéis de este nuevo lanzamiento y que nos hagáis saber nuestras opiniones del mismo.
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