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  1. today's howtos
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  2. Photographs From the Parties [original]
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  3. Windows Falls Below 25% in Uzbekistan [original]
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  4. Two Months After SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation) [original]
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  5. Not Made in China [original]
    release of GNU/Linux distros in Taiwan is hardly unprecedented
  6. Tux Machines Parties (20 Years) [original]
    We've managed to keep the site going as usual despite preparations and other distractions and now we're back to normal


  7. ]Free, Libre, and Open Source Software Leftovers
    FOSS picks for this afternoon
  8. Fedora / Red Hat / IBM Leftovers
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  9. Programming Leftovers
    Programming related news and views
  10. Godot Event, Game of Trees Hub, and New Steam Games with Native GNU/Linux Clients
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  11. UEFI is Opposite of Security (Again) and Proprietary Kaspersky 'Security' Products Treated Like a Back Door
    Fake security on display
  12. Open Hardware: Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and More
    Some hardware projects
  13. BSD: Building rbenv on OpenBSD 7.5 and FreeBSD Day Interview with Beastie
    Some BSD news
  14. The X Window System is still hanging on at 40
    X uses a client-server model
  15. This Week in GNOME: #153 Proudly Colorful
    Update on what happened across the GNOME project in the week from June 14 to June 21
  16. How to simplify switching from macOS to Linux
    Belonging is essential to most people. Belonging somewhere gives you a haven and a feeling of coming home.
  17. Windows TCO: Deaths, Ransom, and More
    Microsoft and TCO
  18. This week in KDE: Plasma 6.1 cleanups
    Plasma 6.1 has been released to good reviews! We’ve spent the week fixing issues reported so far, as always
  19. Games: VKD3D-Proton, Survivors Bundle, X4: Foundations
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  20. Best Free and Open Source Software
    We recommend the best free and open source alternatives
  21. Trisquel – Linux distribution based on Ubuntu
    Trisquel Linux is a 100% free operating system without any proprietary software whatsoever
  22. A breath of SSD air for a 10-year-old (Linux) laptop
    I made it into a Linux-only system. The only downside? Ultra-long boot times
  23. FOSS, Openwashing, and IBM
    today's leftovers
  24. Today's HowTos and Programming Leftovers
    today's howtos
  25. Security Leftovers and Windows TCO
    mostly security stuff
  26. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles
  27. GCC 12.4 Released
    The GNU Compiler Collection version 12.4 has been released

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