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October 21st, 2020
A new Pi Compute Module lands, and ODROID unveils a toaster-style NAS. Updates for Trisquel and Firefox, and a new storage and compute platform from iXsystems. IBM racks up another weak quarter, a surprise or two from Microsoft, and more.
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October 17th, 2020
The spat between LibreOffice and OpenOffice rumbles on. Canonical brings high-availability to MicroK8s, new versions of Snap! and VisiData land, and a Bluetooth vulnerability triggers the community. Plus new mobile hardware coming soon, and more.
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October 14th, 2020
KDE Plasma and Krita land new releases, and an updated BBC micro:bit is coming soon. Pine touts a new device, Plausible looks to protect itself with a license change, LibreOffice pleads with OpenOffice to fall on its sword, and much more.
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October 10th, 2020
Politics, privacy, and corporate maneuvering. Even in the tech world, you can tell November is just around the corner.
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October 7th, 2020
Hardware from NVIDIA and Turing Pi, and new releases for Python, Nextcloud and Magisk. Plus Bruce Perens drafts his Post-Open License, Fedora looks to go mobile, the FSF celebrates another anniversary, and more.
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October 3rd, 2020
The LibreOffice project faces a split, and Hacktoberfest stirs deep emotions. Conservancy is gunning for IoT infringers, while Richard Fontana thinks it's time to revisit the Open Source Definition. Plus a new Ubuntu beta, Gitter is sold, and more.
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September 30th, 2020
New dev laptops from Dell and Lenovo, and a milestone for the Linux Vendor Firmware Service. Intel aims to unify accelerated computing development, and VMware snaps up Salt. Plus Cloudflare boosts its serverless offering, a new Fedora beta, and more.
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September 26th, 2020
AMD and Arm unveil new CPU options, and Lenovo broadens its Ubuntu consumer range. PostgreSQL and calibre land new updates, while Fedora plans to harden a future release. Plus more on GNOME's usability testing, and a snazzy new enclosure for the Pi.
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September 23rd, 2020
Firefox 81 lands as Mozilla spins out its WebThings IoT project, Linux Journal is back, Andrew "bunnie" Huang unveils a new mobile open source hardware platform, Microsoft is previewing Edge on Linux next month, plus so much more.
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September 19th, 2020
While IBM was birthing MQ for the Raspberry Pi, Firefox Send met its end. Plus a new GNOME release, more Linux laptop options, systemd is back in the headlines, GitHub mainstreams its CLI client, Tor triumphs with its latest fundraiser, and more.
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September 16th, 2020
Change is coming to the Arm and RISC-V ecosystems, Microsoft bids for a full-stack Linux experience on Hyper-V, the Ubuntu Community Council is returning, some cautionary ecommerce news, and Emacs Prelude hits its 1.0 release after nine years.
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September 12th, 2020
Better Linux disk integration for WSL 2 users, OpenWrt finds a new home, the boss chips in on Ubuntu community representation, more OS options appear for PineTab owners, Mozilla looks to its extension devs for extra funding, plus a whole lot more.
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September 9th, 2020
Mozilla's CEO lobbies Europe for a less open web. Inkscape and digiKam drop new releases, while Ubuntu and Thunderbird plan upcoming changes. Plus Chef gets taken off the menu, and the FSFE opens its coffers to deserving causes.
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September 5th, 2020
Has the growth in open source development peaked? A group of academics thinks so. Plus the GNOME patent troll settlement finally sees the light of day, an upcoming ultra-mobile PC for engineering staff, and a whole lot more on today's show.
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September 2nd, 2020
Genius marketing, or a one-way ticket to Clown World? The community finally wakes up to Fedora's big change. Plus Amazon's Bottlerocket Linux goes GA, a new funding initiative for Tor, the Linux Foundation looks to go green to make green, and much more.
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August 29th, 2020
Bruce Perens unveils a plan to get FOSS developers paid, Mozilla continues to disappoint, Blender and Redis Labs are in the money, containers are back in the headlines, new tooling could see desktop Android explode, and so, so much more.
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