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posted by Roy Schestowitz on Feb 22, 2024

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Updated This Past Day

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  3. today's leftovers
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  4. Ardour 8.4 Open-Source DAW Released with Experimental AAF Import
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  5. Android Leftovers
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  6. GIMP 2.99.18 Released: The Last Development Preview Before 3.0!
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  7. Flathub Change the Game: Implements Rigorous Build Validations
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  8. Best Way to Get Vertical Tabs in Firefox
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  9. Arkane Linux: This 'Nix-worthy' Arch-based Immutable Distro Shows Potential
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  10. Oxygen Icons 6 Released
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  11. KDSOAP WS-Discovery Client 0.4.0
    This project is creating a WS-Discovery client library based on the KDSoap library
  12. today's leftovers
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  13. today's howtos
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  14. Free Software in Review and New Release
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  15. Open Hardware: Raspberry Pi, Arduino, RISC-V, ESP32
    3 hardware stories
  16. Distributions and Operating Systems: EasyOS, Slackware, and More
    Some GNU/Linux development blogs
  17. Programming Leftovers
    coding related links
  18. Latest From Firefox Developer Experience and Mozilla Performance Blog
    a couple of Mozilla blog posts
  19. Security Leftovers
    another long batch, for the afternoon this time
  20. Red Hat Leftovers
    mostly corporate puff pieces
  21. Fediverse Overrun by SPAM
    Fediverse trouble
  22. Security Leftovers
    takedowns and more
  23. Hare 0.24.0
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  24. Android Leftovers
    Critical Android warning issued to Samsung Galaxy owners - delete these apps now
  25. Immich 1.95.0 Introduces Enhanced Search Capabilities
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  26. RawTherapee 5.10 Introduces Multi-Editor Support
    RawTherapee 5.10, a raw image processing program, adds custom editors
  27. today's howtos
    a second batch of howtos for today
  28. Machine Learning in Linux: EasyOCR – OCR that reads natural scene text and dense text in documents
    It’s free and open source software
  29. 8 Best Free and Open Source Linux Bible Software
    Only free and open source software is eligible for inclusion here
  30. Announcing the Kubuntu Graphic Design Contest: Shape the Future of Kubuntu
    We’re thrilled to unveil an extraordinary opportunity for creatives and enthusiasts within and beyond the Kubuntu community
  31. gThumb 3.12.5 Released with Few Bug-fixes (Ubuntu PPA)
    gThumb image viewer and organizer released new 3.12.5 release this Sunday
  32. Security and Microsoft Blunders
    mostly Microsoft issues
  33. Exodus Bitcoin Wallet: $490K Swindle
    This isn’t the first time, and if nothing changes, it likely won’t be the last
  34. Programming Leftovers
    Ada, Rakudo, and more
  35. NVMe-Enabled HiFiBerry-Like Board for Raspberry Pi 5 SBC
    The 52Pi NVDAC is a recent addition to the range of hardware accessories designed for the Raspberry Pi 5
  36. Hardware Projects With Freedom Slant
    Hardware news, "open source"
  37. Windows TCO Leftovers
    9 news picks
  38. Applications or Free Software in Review
    Many FOSS picks today
  39. Introducing DistroBox
    two DistroBox articles
  40. today's howtos
    many howtos for today, first batch
  41. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles


  42. Final Release of Popular Open-Source IRC Client
    The open-source IRC client HexChat has announced its final ever release
  43. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS), Canonical, and IBM
    today's leftovers
  44. Programming Leftovers
    Rust, Python, and more
  45. Audiocasts/Shows: Destination Linux, Late Night Linux, WordPress Briefing
    3 new episodes
  46. Open Hardware/Modding: Raspberry Pi and More
    Projects and device-oriented news
  47. Security Leftovers
    Security links again
  48. Hard Times at MariaDB
    Some MariaDB update
  49. GNU/Linux at 4% of the Desktop/Laptop Market, According to Several Independent Surveys of Web-Connected Clients [original]
    4% is said to be the international average, but not all countries are "equal"

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