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  1. Kiwi TCMS 13.1
    We're happy to announce Kiwi TCMS version 13.1!
  2. KDE Neon Distro Now Ships with the KDE Plasma 6 Desktop Environment
    KDE neon, a rock-solid distribution based on Ubuntu LTS releases and leveraging the KDE community software, has been updated today to the latest KDE Plasma 6 desktop environment series.
  3. KDE MegaRelease 6
    The KDE community proudly presents Plasma 6, Frameworks 6 and Gear 24.02
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  5. GNU/Linux: 4.1% or a Lot Higher? [original]
    a quick and dirty approach
  6. Complexity Is the Enemy [original]
    18 months have now passed since we changed to "static"


  7. today's leftovers
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  8. Fedora, Red Hat, and IBM Leftovers
    A few links from Red Hat
  9. Security Leftovers
    Security links for today
  10. Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt (FUD) From Microsoft Proxies
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  11. Software: Disk Encryption Tools, Centralized Log Management, and GNU Parallel 20240222
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  12. today's howtos
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  13. Mesa’s NVK Open-Source Vulkan Driver for NVIDIA Hardware Is Now Stable
    Collabora announced today that their NVK open-source Vulkan graphics driver for NVIDIA hardware in the Mesa graphics stack is no longer experimental and it’s now stable and ready for prime time.
  14. Distrobox 1.7 Improves NVIDIA Support, Wolfi Containers, and Adds New Flags
    Luca Di Maio released today Distrobox 1.7 as a major update to this popular tool for running any Linux distro inside your terminal.
  15. Kali Linux 2024.1 Penetration Testing Distro Is Here with Linux 6.6 LTS, New Look
    Offensive Security announced today the release and general availability of Kali Linux 2024.1 as the first update in 2024 for this Debian-based, rolling-release distribution for ethical hacking and penetration testing.
  16. Android Leftovers
    New Android update could supercharge video playback on midrange and older phones
  17. KDE Plasma 6 Sets a New Standard for Linux Desktop Environments
    KDE Plasma 6 release is now officially available. Here's what's new.
  18. FreeBSD 13.3-RC1 Now Available
    The first RC build of the 13.3-RELEASE release cycle is now available
  19. Microsoft Monopoly Abuse and Windows TCO
    Opposition news
  20. today's leftovers
    FOSS and more
  21. KDE Plasma 6 Desktop Environment Officially Released, This Is What’s New
    The KDE Project announced today the general availability of the highly anticipated KDE Plasma 6 desktop environment, along with the KDE Gear 24.02 and KDE Frameworks 6 software suites.
  22. Openwashing, Buzzwords, Microsoft, and Bad Advice
    Deterioration of quality
  23. Games: Stardew Valley, Thrive, and More
    8 stories from Liam Dawe
  24. Open Hardware/Modding: Arduino Projects and Raspberry Pi-Based DivingBoard
    3 new stories
  25. today's howtos
    only 4 howtos for now
  26. Mozilla Dabbling in Buzzwords, Firefox Nightly Report
    Some Firefox and Mozilla updates
  27. Microsoft’s Layoffs and Windows TCO
    Some opposition news
  28. IBM: App Brand Colors and Weekly status of Packit Team
    A couple of Fedora/IBM updates
  29. Index – Qt-based file manager
    We tested Index with Ubuntu 23.10 and Manjaro. The latter is an Arch-based distro
  30. 9 Best Free and Open Source Groupware Software
    The Linux platform offers an impressive set of collaboration software
  31. Android security and privacy guide
    This ain't my first rodeo with Android privacy
  32. 5 things to consider before leaping from one Linux distribution to another
    If you've grown tired of your current Linux distribution
  33. Security and Integrity FUD Against "Linux"
    3 new examples with comments
  34. Deep Dive: A Complete Automated Yocto-Linux Build Setup for RaspberryPi
    Triple Helix Consulting has released a complete Yocto Linux build for Raspberry Pi (RPI) to open source
  35. Laptop/Desktop Operating System Market Share in Sweden Approaching 20%, Windows at All-Time Lows Internationally [original]
    As of the end of this month
  36. Today in Techrights
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