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    finally it happens

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  15. VirtualBox KVM public release
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  18. Programming Leftovers
    Python and education, among lots more
  19. today's leftovers
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  20. OpenBSD, FreeBSD, and BSD Now
    latest BSD picks
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    The PostgreSQL Global Development Group has released an update
  22. Open Hardware: Raspberry Pi, CERBERUS 2100, and More
    3 projects and products
  23. Windows TCO Leftovers
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  24. Games: BORE BLASTERS, MangoHud, and More
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  25. KDE: 15-Minute Bug Initiative update
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  26. CERBERUS2100: A Multi-CPU Open-Source Educational Microcomputer
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  27. Android Leftovers
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  34. Security Leftovers
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  35. today's howtos
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  37. Windows, DRM, and Microsoft
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  38. Clear Linux, Zorin OS, Damn Small Linux, and More on Distributions
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  40. Audiocasts/Shows: mintCast and FLOSS Weekly
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  41. World Wide Web: Curl, Firefox, Mozilla
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  42. Programming Leftovers
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  43. Free Software Reviews/Overviews in Medevel
    half a dozen new ones
  44. Red Hat Leftovers
    redhat.com's latest
  45. NetBSD 10.0 RC4 available!
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