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#ANNOUNCEMENT #MIRRORS

One new mirror in Utah (USA) by The-Aus

Update your chaotic-mirrorlist to 20210222-1, and remember to watch out if the update won't get stuck with the suffix .pacnew.
Or, if you prefer to handle it manually: https://aur.chaotic.cx/mirrorlist.txt

(Note: us-wa mirror and Kitsunas' threadripper are still offline, us-wa is being forwarded to the new Utah mirror)
#WARNING #UPDATE

When upgrading to linux-tkg* 5.11 notice that it temporarily does not support bcachefs.
#INTERFERE

electron-ozone was mistakenly tagged as '11.4.0' in AUR, while it was in '11.2.2'.

Now we truly upgraded it to '11.3.0', please force a "downgrade" (that actually is an upgrade).
#ANNOUNCEMENT #MIRRORS

One new mirror in Los Angeles, CA (USA) by irc-nerds.net

Update your chaotic-mirrorlist to 20210301-1, and remember to watch out if the update won't get stuck with the suffix .pacnew.
Or, if you prefer to handle it manually: https://aur.chaotic.cx/mirrorlist.txt

(Note: us-wa mirror and Kitsunas' threadripper are back online)
#ANNOUNCEMENT #MIRRORS

We have two new mirrors: One in Bulgaria thanks to Sudo Man, and another in Canada thanks to freebird54

Update your chaotic-mirrorlist to 20210305-1, and remember to watch out if the update won't get stuck with the suffix .pacnew.
Or, if you prefer to handle it manually: https://aur.chaotic.cx/mirrorlist.txt

(Note: us-wa mirror aka Kitsunas' threadripper is offline again — By now, you'll be redirected to the-aus mirror)
Right now we're purging out-of-date linux-tkg builds.

Why are they outdated? both UFSCar's and Kitsunas' building server are currently offline (one moving from centos7 to rhel8, and the other caught in another bcachefs bug). Once they're working again their builds should restart automatically.
#ANNOUNCEMENT #MIRRORS

We have two new mirrors: A new one in Texas, thanks to XStefen. And the other, that actually has its own CDN, provided by Fosshost, but that only syncs each 4 hours.

Update your chaotic-mirrorlist to 20210317-1, and remember to watch out if the update won't get stuck with the suffix .pacnew.
Or, if you prefer to handle it manually: https://aur.chaotic.cx/mirrorlist.txt
#ANNOUNCEMENT

Chaotic-AUR is temporarily halted as we're currently without building servers.
#ANNOUNCEMENT

We recently looked how the X11 vs Wayland scope is in Linux and decided that, it's not worth fighting for. Linux is not worth your time. Thinking of that we just pushed chaotic-windows in repos. An electron-based windows-distribution, where we'll be investing all our time and focus.

How to migrate:
sudo pacman -Sy
sudo powerpill -Su chaotic-windows
env windows95

NOTE: It does not support Wayland nor Pipewire right now
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#ANNOUNCEMENT #MIRRORS
We're welcoming two new mirrors:
* EasyLee is replacing Var's mirror in Netherlands, thanks Eric
* Ptr1337 is now available as de-3-mirror, thanks Ptr1337

Update your chaotic-mirrorlist to 20210501-1, and remember to watch out if the update won't get stuck with the suffix .pacnew.
Or, if you prefer to handle it manually: https://aur.chaotic.cx/mirrorlist.txt
Chaotic-AUR
#ANNOUNCEMENT Chaotic-AUR is temporarily halted as we're currently without building servers.
#UPDATE

We got one of those back, so we're back to hourly builds! Package adoption is still slow as we don't have 100% of our processing power back.
#ANNOUNCEMENT #INTERRUPTION

Our database got corrupt in a Btrfs bug. It will take some time to re-index all packages. We hope to have it back to normal in 5 hrs.
#ANNOUNCEMENT #MIRRORS

We have a new mirror in Germany ran by redgloboli.
Update your chaotic-mirrorlist to 20210516-1, and remember to watch out if the update won't get stuck with the suffix .pacnew.
Or, if you prefer to handle it manually: https://aur.chaotic.cx/mirrorlist.txt
#ANNOUNCEMENT #TKG

Hello everybody,

Following the release of GCC11 in ArchLinux's core repository, the idea now is to follow the official ArchLinux's project trend and have everything optimized for "x86-64-v3" or falling back to the "v1".

As the first move, we're now dropping all "architecture-specific" packages of the beloved "linux-tkg". You'll find in the repo either the generic one (e.g: "linux-tkg-bmq"), and a v3-optimized one (e.g: "linux-tkg-bmq-generic_v3").

Thanks to that PDS and CFS builds are back!

NOTE: In the future, once ArchLinux has the new v3 repos working well, we'll then move the v3-optimized under our v3 repos without the "-generic_v3" suffix.