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Posting proposed release notes here so the i3 SIG team has visibility.
Fedora Spins are versions of Fedora featuring alternative desktop environments and accompanying sets of software. Fedora 34 introduces a new Spin utilizing the i3 window manager. This is the first Fedora Spin to feature a tiling window manager instead of a traditional desktop environment.
The i3 Spin provides a better installation experience for Fedora users who prefer to use i3. Prior to this Spin, end-users who wished to use i3 on Fedora needed to install another Edition or Spin of Fedora, then install the i3 window manager and related packages separately, a process often requiring an external guide or tutorial.
The design goals of this Spin are:
Download and try the i3 Spin at the Fedora Spins site.
Learn more about the design and development of the Spin at the Fedora i3 Special Interest Group (S.I.G.) site.
It looks good to me! Thanks for working on this
Great - I will raise a pull request.
PR#672 has been raised.
Note: I have incorporated this change into Desktop_index.adoc, following the structure release notes for F32 & F31. I note that the F33 release notes had some sub-pages broken out in the Desktop section in a one-feature-per-page way, but that seemed inconsistent with how the other release notes were structured.
Let me know if you do want me to add this info about the i3 Spin into its own page though...
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