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posted by Roy Schestowitz on Apr 17, 2024

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Updated This Past Day

  1. GNU/Linux + ChromeOS Measured at Around 20% in Norway [original]
    Desktop Operating System Market Share Norway: Jan 2009 - Apr 2024

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  2. Planning a Small Party for Tux Machines [original]
    We're turning 20 in 8 weeks from now

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  3. GNU/Linux Inches Closer to 10% in Turkey [original]
    Windows was measured at 99.56% in April 2009

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  4. Security Leftovers
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  5. VirtualBox 7.0.16 Released with Initial Support for Linux 6.8 and 6.9 Kernels
    Today, Oracle released VirtualBox 7.0.16 as a new stable update to its open-source, free, and cross-platform virtualization software bringing quite a few interesting changes for Linux users.
  6. Programming and More
    mostly leftovers for the day
  7. Security Leftovers
    mostly incidents
  8. Fedora / Red Hat Leftovers
    some rather long articles, too
  9. Software and Games Leftovers
    Taler, FEX, and more
  10. Open Hardware/Modding: Retro, STM32, Raspberry Pi, Role of GNU/Linux, and Arduino
    Some devices-oriented news
  11. today's howtos
    many howtos for today
  12. KDE Frameworks and KDE Videos
    Some KDE picks for today
  13. Audiocasts/Shows: GNU World Order, Late Night Linux, WordPress Briefing, and Linux User Space
    Some new episodes
  14. Mozilla: These Weeks in Firefox, Servo, and More
    3 stories, Firefox focus
  15. Firefox 126 Enters Beta Testing with a Revamped Dialog for Clearing User Data
    While Mozilla is still working on releasing Firefox 125, which was delayed due to a last-minute blocker bug, they’ve already promoted the next major release, Firefox 126, to the beta channel for public testing.
  16. KDE Plasma 6.0.4 Is Out to Improve Plasma Wayland, System Monitor, and More
    The KDE Project released today KDE Plasma 6.0.4 as the fourth of five maintenance updates to the latest KDE Plasma 6 desktop environment series bringing fixes for bugs and crashes, as well as performance and UI improvements.
  17. Announcing AlmaLinux 9.4 Beta!
    The AlmaLinux OS Foundation is announcing the availability of AlmaLinux 9.4 Beta “Seafoam Ocelot” for all supported architectures
  18. Android Leftovers
    Android to grow at ‘twice the pace of iOS’ in 2024, IDC says
  19. Zorin OS – Linux distribution based on Ubuntu
    Zorin OS is renowned for being user-friendly and offering a familiar design
  20. Fedora – innovative platform for hardware, clouds, and containers
    A distro provides the user with a desktop environment, preloaded applications, and ways to update and maintain the system
  21. Arch Linux Re-Elects Current Leader for Another Term
    Levente Polyák continues as Arch Linux Project Leader and wins the 2024 election unopposed
  22. 10 Small Image Tools that Pack a Real Punch
    The spotlight usually focuses on the heavyweight Linux graphics tools such as GIMP, Shotwell, digiKam, Inkscape, and Krita
  23. PMS – interactive console client for the Music Player Daemon
    It’s free and open source software
  24. Purism Differentiator Series And Librem 5
    It is not just important to deliver products that respect people and their rights to privacy, security, and individual freedoms
  25. KDE neon Open Door Chat
    We’re a few weeks after the KDE 6 Megarelease and while many people have it working well there were too many problems in KDE neon’s rollout
  26. Kdenlive 24.02.2 released
    The second maintenance release of the 24.02 series is out with performance optimizations when moving clips in the timeline and across multiple project bins
  27. RebornOS is a beautiful, user-friendly take on Arch Linux with desktop options galore
    Looking for a Linux distro that's easy to use and highly customizable? RebornOS is both
  28. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software Leftovers
    FOSS news
  29. Programming, Standards, Web Browsers, and Mozilla
    Some development-oriented news
  30. Librem 5 and Purism Differentiator Series
    Some Librem 5 updates/news
  31. Security and the "Microsoft Problem"
    Microsoft again
  32. Games: Stellaris, Bazzite, OpenTTD, OpenRazer, MineClone2, and More
    8 stories from gamingonlinux
  33. today's howtos
    only 4 howtos for now
  34. openSUSE Leap Micro 6 Enters Alpha Stage
    openSUSE’s Leap Micro 6 continues to provide a stable...
  35. Arch Linux 2024 Leader Election Results
    previous Project Leader Levente "anthraxx" Polyák ran again while no other people were nominated for the role
  36. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles

    The corresponding text-only bulletin for Tuesday contains all the text.

    Top-read articles (excluding bot/crawler visits):

    Span from 2024-04-10 to 2024-04-16
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    1002 /n/2024/04/12/Ubuntu_24_04_LTS_Noble_Numbat_Best_New_Features.shtml
    946 /n/2024/04/12/Blaming_Linux_for_Intel_Defects.shtml
    849 /n/2024/04/13/today_s_howtos.shtml
    834 /n/2024/04/12/Raspberry_Pi_and_Counterparts.shtml
    817 /n/2024/04/10/Gentoo_Linux_becomes_an_SPI_associated_project.shtml
    791 /n/2024/04/11/Security_Leftoverrs.shtml
    782 /n/2024/04/10/Linux_continues_to_be_above_4_on_the_desktop.shtml
    782 /n/2024/04/14/Security_Leftovers.shtml
    754 /n/2024/04/12/today_s_howtos.shtml

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