The first stable release of GNU wget2 PaSh shell script parallelization system moved under the wing of Linux Foundation Fedora Linux 35 has entered beta testing OBS Studio 27.1 Released
Canonicals MicroK8s Gets High-Availability A Massive KDE Plasma 5.20 Released Big Changes in the Nextcloud Hub 20 Release The Linux Foundation Announces the Open Governance Network Model LibreOffice’s Mike Saunters Pens Open Letter to OpenOffice
Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative Releases Census II Analysis Refreshed GTK Website Goes Live MX Linux 19.1 Now Available MangoHud 0.2.0 Is Out Wine 5.2 Is Out Mesa 20 Is Out
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 Officially Released SparkyLinux’s November ISO Brings Debian “Bullseye” Updates Microsoft Edge Will be Available on Linux SINGA becomes top-level project of the Apache Software Foundation
Oracle Autonomous Linux Is The World’s First Autonomous OS Linux Kernel 5.3 Gets First Point Release Parrot 4.7 Released with Linux Kernel 5.2 Canonical Releases New Kernel Live Patch for Ubuntu 18.
Linux Kernel 5.1 Released With Lots Of New Features GNU Linux-libre 5.1 Released Mozilla Issues New Update to Fix Add-ons Problem Freespire 4.8 Officially Released Ubuntu Touch OTA-9 Released for Ubuntu Phones
Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS Is Here With New Hardware Enablement Stack Source Debian GNU/Linux 9.8 Released with over 180 Security Updates and Bug Fixes Source Slax 9.8 Linux Distro Released with Various Updates from Debian GNU/Linux 9.
Flatpak Linux App Sandboxing Format Now Lets You Kill Running Flatpak Instances Red Hat Exec Says IBM Must Keep the Open-Source Culture Untouched Uber Joins Linux Foundation As A Gold Member
Peppermint 9 Released The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 6.0.5 Flatpak reaches ‘1.0’ status (pre-release) - a milestone PulseAudio releases version 12 GTK+ 3 update Ubuntu Desktop Metrics EU committee voted to break the Internet: this Sunday, Berliners take to the streets to say NO!
Linux Mint 19 “Tara” Will Ship in June, Pre-Installed on the Mintbox Mini 2 PCs Linus Torvalds says new Linux lands next week and he’s sticking to that … for now
Apologies for the inconsistent releases recently. Real-life has been getting in the way. I’ll keep the current name, but it will probably be more bi-weekly than weekly at the moment.
Ubuntu Touch OTA-14 Slightly Delayed Microsoft joins the Linux Foundation, 15 years after Ballmer called it ‘cancer’ Almost all the world’s fastest supercomputers run Linux Security bods find Android phoning home.