Regolith Desktop 3.0 has been released for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, 22.04 LTS, 23.10, and both Debian Bullseye and Bookworm.

This update to the keyboard-driven, tiling desktop environment also introduces an alpha-quality Wayland-based session based on the Sway compositor (though this is only available if using the DE on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and above, or Debian Bookworm).

Official Release Notes

      96 months ago

      Regolith packages preconfigured i3wm (and now Sway) alongside basic utility apps (file manager, image viewer etc.) and GUI configuration manager. Notifications and similar stuff, which you have set up manually in some window managers, works out of the box. I’d call Regolith a full blown desktop environment. Too bad it’s intertwined with apt so much, so porting it to distributions other than Ubuntu and Debian is complicated.