The Linux Mint team has released two new beta ISOs for the KDE and Xfce editions. The releases join the Cinnamon and MATE editions which entered public beta testing under two weeks ago.
Linux Mint 18.2 will arrive by the end of the month, and a beta release is expected before that. Linux Mint users will be able to upgrade to the new release through the Update Manager.
Trisquel 8.0 "Flidas" has been announced by Ruben Rodriguez on the Trisquel forums. The release marks a shift from GNOME 3 to MATE, the GNOME 2 fork which has stayed true to its traditional roots.
Linux Mint 18 has finally been released. The only editions released so far are the Cinnamon and MATE editions. Instructions on how to upgrade from Linux Mint 17.3 to 18 will be published next month.
The Linux Mint team has finally published links for the Linux Mint 18 beta release. Currently, betas for the Cinnamon and MATE editions are available but there is no mention of KDE or XFCE betas.
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