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posted by Roy Schestowitz on Dec 01, 2023

Updated This Past Day

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  2. KDE Plasma 6 Desktop Environment Is Now Available for Public Beta Testing
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  3. NixOS 23.11 released
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  4. LibreOffice 24.2 Alpha1 is available for testing
    LibreOffice 24.2 will be released as final at the beginning of February, 2024
  5. Cinnamon 6.0 Desktop Environment Arrives with Initial Wayland Support
    Work on the Cinnamon 6.0 is over and the final release landed today on GitHub, so it’s my pleasure to guide you guys through some of the most important changes included in this major update.
  6. This Month's Desktop/Laptop Operating System Market Share Across Europe, With Focus on GNU/Linux
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  7. Open source email pioneer Roundcube joins the Nextcloud family
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  12. Proprietary Stuff and Leftovers
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  13. Programming With R: Releases and More
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  14. Free Software Leftovers
    4 more stories
  15. Ubuntu 24.04 LTS and Canonical at CES 202
    Canonical bews
  16. Steam Deck (GNU/Linux Powered) Sales Surge, Best PS2 Games For Emulation & Steam Deck (2023)
    some gamers' stuff
  17. Security Leftovers
    incidents and breaches
  18. Shotcut 23.11 Open-Source Video Editor Adds NVIDIA AV1 Hardware Encoding
    Shotcut 23.11 open-source, cross-platform, and free video editing software written in Qt has been officially released today as a major update that brings some new features and lots of improvements.
  19. Android Leftovers
    12 New Android Features Arrive Through Google Messages, Wear OS, More
  20. OpenMandriva Lx 5 Review: Distribution of Simplicity and Power
    We test drive the OpenMandriva Lx 5 "Iodine", the latest release that combines user-friendliness with cutting-edge technology.
  21. Fedora Family / IBM: Fedora Docs workshop and Cockpit 306
    Some Red Hat stuff
  22. digiKam 8.2 Open-Source Photo Management App Is Now Available for Download
    digiKam, the open-source, free, and cross-platform professional photo management software for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows, has been updated to version 8.2.
  23. Open Hardware: RISC-V, Yocto, ESP32
    3 new posts
  24. Jonathan Riddell and Qt 6: KDiagram 3.0.0 and KWeatherCore 0.8.0
    Some KDE releases
  25. Mozilla: Thunderbird for Android and Introducing llamafile
    Some Mozilla news
  26. Security Leftovers
    half a dozen more links
  27. Android Leftovers
    Samsung has updated these devices to Android 14
  28. today's howtos
    5 howtos
  29. NixOS 23.11 “Tapir” Released with the GNOME 45 Desktop and Wi-Fi 6 Support
    NixOS, a Linux distribution and a set of packages usable on other Linux systems and macOS, has been updated today to version 23.11.
  30. Audiocasts/Shows: mintCast, Linux Out Loud, LinDoz, Distrobox
    4 episodes
  31. Android Leftovers
    These are the 10 best Android apps of the year – according to Google
  32. Major Versions of PipeWire, Firefox arrive in Tumbleweed
    Rolling release users of openSUSE Tumbleweed who did a zypper dup on and after Monday will have a couple new major version updates
  33. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software and Programming
    FOSS and coding
  34. Open Hardware/Modding-Friendly Devices: Raspberry Pi and More
    Raspberry Pi articles and more
  35. Security and Windows TCO
    mostly Windows TCO
  36. Games: Gratuitous Space Shooty Game and Unity (Microsoft Mono) Still in Crisis
    2 stories
  37. today's howtos
    many howtos for today
  38. myAGV 2023 four-wheel mobile robot ships with Raspberry Pi 4 or Jetson Nano
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