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Steve Penrod

Here you'll find release notes for the Mycroft 19.02 release
BlogTechnical
March 7, 2019

19.02 Release Notes – Mycroft Major Release

State of the Rebellion - Mycroft @ 19.02 Twice a year Mycroft releases major versions – in February and August. These are labeled by the year name and the month,…
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A February Mark II Update covering the Mark II graphics software
BlogCrowdfundingTechnical
February 27, 2019

Hey Mycroft, Show me an Update – Mark II Update February 2019

In our January Mark II Update, we highlighted the five areas that were in progress. All five have been making changes and improvements, but it’s been a slow journey for…
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The Mycroft CommonPlay skill makes it easy to disambiguate between skills that play media.
BlogSkillsTechnical
October 22, 2018

The CommonPlay Skill Infrastructure

We recently added a new piece of software architecture to Mycroft known as a CommonPlaySkill. This is the first of a series of “Common” infrastructure pieces which will make working…
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The Mycroft Personal Server will allow users with privacy concerns, or unreliable internet the ability to run Mycroft entirely on their on network.
RoadmapTechnical
October 1, 2018

The Mycroft Personal Server – Starting the Conversation

In my July post where I introduced the Mycroft Roadmaps, I laid out plans for a Mycroft Personal Server. I’ve had conversations with many about the concept, but exact goals and…
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Mycroft's Picroft image is a great option for Raspberry Pi projects
BlogRelease NotesTechnical
September 12, 2018

Major Picroft Update – Moving to Raspbian Stretch

It’s Alive! There's a brand new Picroft image available! Click here to get setup instructions. Read on to learn more. In late 2016 I created the original Picroft as a way for…
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The first release notes for Mycroft's 18.08 branch.
Release NotesSkillsTechnical
August 30, 2018

18.08 Release – More choice and transparency for you

A new branch of the family tree As part of Mycroft’s versioning scheme, we put out a new major release two times a year -- once in February and once…
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