Bonum Certa Men Certa

Over at Tux Machines...

posted by Roy Schestowitz on May 26, 2024

Fresh green grass isolated on white background

Updated This Past Day

  1. Switch from Windows 11 to Linux this Memorial Day with Ultramarine 40
    As Memorial Day weekend approaches, many people might be considering a fresh start with their tech
  2. Half a Month Away (Twentieth Anniversary) [original]
    Tux Machines is 20 very soon


  3. Shows: Hackaday Podcast and The Linux Link Tech Show
    2 new episodes
  4. Security Leftovers
    Security related links
  5. Linux Devices and Hardware: Pironman 5, Raspberry Pi 5, and More
    5 stories for today
  6. today's howtos
    7 more howtos for now
  7. Programming Leftovers
    Programming links
  8. openSUSE Project and Tumbleweed Report
    Some Tumbleweed and openSUSE news
  9. Building pages from data in Eleventy and writing a Unix clone in about a month
    two FOSS picks
  10. Red Hat, Fedora, and Buzzwords Pool
    IBM stuff
  11. Mozilla's Future, Thunderbird, Progressive enhancement
    Some Mozilla/Firefox news
  12. today's lefovers
    openwashing and more
  13. Security Leftovers
    Security news picks
  14. Observations in Debian dependency solving and release 0.3.0 of the debusine software factory
    Some Debian news
  15. Open Hardware: Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and LattePanda
    Some hardware news
  16. Raspberry Pi, Open Hardware, and Other Devices
    hardware picks
  17. today's howtos
    first long batch for this weekend
  18. Android Leftovers
    I want Samsung TVs to copy three features from Android TVs
  19. Best Free and Open Source Software
    This series looks at the best free and open source alternatives to products offered by Apple
  20. KDDockWidgets 2.1 Released
    KDDockWidgets has launched its latest version 2.1
  21. This week in KDE: Triple buffering and other sources of amazingness
    We just branched for Plasma 6.1 and released the beta, which means the window to add new features has now closed
  22. Windows 11, the gift that keeps on giving
    Every time I think Windows 11 cannot surprise me with nonsense anymore, buzzer, bzzzzzzz, wrong
  23. RISC-V Based MaixCAM With 1TOPS NPU Performance and 5MP Camera Support
    This versatile board supports both Linux and RTOS environments, making it suitable for a range of embedded projects
  24. Games: Runescape, D and D, Ruins To Fortress, and More
    10 links for today
  25. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles

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

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

    Span from 2024-05-19 to 2024-05-25
    1221 /n/2024/05/22/Oracle_Abandons_Terraform_in_Favor_of_OpenTofu.shtml
    981 /n/2024/05/16/NetBSD_s_New_Policy_No_Place_for_AI_Created_Code.shtml
    974 /n/2024/05/19/today_s_howtos.shtml
    898 /n/2024/05/20/MX_Linux_23_3_Libretto_Released_with_Linux_Kernel_6_8_and_Updat.shtml
    787 /n/2024/05/22/You_Can_Now_Upgrade_Ubuntu_23_10_to_Ubuntu_24_04_LTS_Here_s_How.shtml
    786 /n/2024/05/20/9to5Linux_Weekly_Roundup_May_19th_2024.shtml
    785 /n/2024/05/22/Elon_Musk_Suggests_Shifting_Consumer_Desktops_To_Linux_As_Satya.shtml
    783 /n/2024/05/19/Manchester_City.shtml
    772 /n/2024/05/20/today_s_howtos.shtml
    764 /n/2024/05/22/today_s_howtos.shtml
    759 /n/2024/05/22/Alpine_Linux_3_20_0_Released.shtml

Other Recent Techrights' Posts

In Malawi, Windows Down to 10%, GNU/Linux Growing
it's not a small country
[Meme] Featuritis
Newer is not always better
Honduras: Vista 11 Down, GNU/Linux Up
Valve sees GNU/Linux as bigger than Apple's MacOS
Over at Tux Machines...
GNU/Linux news for the past day
IRC Proceedings: Thursday, June 13, 2024
IRC logs for Thursday, June 13, 2024
LibrePlanet 2024 and the Lost Video/Audio of Talks
After the event was over someone informed us that due to technical issues they had lost (or failed to acquire) recordings of the talks
Choosing Between Options to Outsource to Evades the Best Solution (Self-Hosting)
Most users don't need this sort of complexity
IBM Layoffs at Kyndryl
This can soon spill over to Red Hat
Turkmenistan: GNU/Linux Leaps Past 5% This Month?
This is how statCounter sees it
Watch This Space
what matters most is not the volume or quantity of publications but their underlying depth and quality
Short Downtimes, Planned Maintenance
Hypervisor maintenance is planned
Links 13/06/2024: Ongoing Sharp Increases in Deaths, Mediterranean Diet Linked to 23% Lower Risk of Death in Women
Links for the day
Gemini Links 13/06/2024: Linuxing of the Dell Laptop and Deep Dive into the World of the OpenEarth Foundation
Links for the day
New Highs for Android in Haiti (Nearly 80%), Microsoft Windows at Only 4%
that's Android at another new high and very close to 80% (it now seems inevitable)
[Meme] How Stefano Maffulli (and Microsoft's Own OSI Insiders) Make Money
Milking what's left of the OSI by attacking its very mission - something that more people now recognise
Mobs Don't Get the Job Done (Mob Leaders Have Lost Credibility/Visibility, Job, or Both)
their demands weren't met
Montenegro: GNU/Linux "Proper" at Over 6%
Windows is down to record lows
Links 13/06/2024: Overpopulation Woes, Best Buy Lays Off More Employees
Links for the day
Nationwide Eventually Did Listen
Miles better than their original nonresponse
The Corruption of Open Source Initiative (OSI), a Front Group of Microsoft and GAFAM, Openwashing Proprietary Things and Even Plagiarism, GPL Violations
Stefano Maffulli (and Microsoft's staff that works with him) basically profits from anti-FOSS
"AI" Tech Bubble
How much "hype quotient" does this whole "hey hi" (AI) thing have left in it?
Links 13/06/2024: Science, Politics, and Gemini
Links for the day
Over at Tux Machines...
GNU/Linux news for the past day
IRC Proceedings: Wednesday, June 12, 2024
IRC logs for Wednesday, June 12, 2024
Gemini Links 12/06/2024: The Rodent Revolution and Adding Twisty Puzzles
Links for the day
Links 12/06/2024: Ukraine War Updates and Many Patents Being Subjected to Squashing Bounties
Links for the day
Ireland Last to Report Election Results
Daniel Pocock's involvement in Australian politics goes back to his university days
Never Sleeps, Never Slumbers
We're going to try to improve not just in quantity but also in quality
[Meme] The Purpose of Life is to Find a Desk
dogs have desks
EPO Has Gotten So Bad That Workers Need to Ask to be Allocated a Desk (at Work)
Wow!!!! An “allocated workplace”!!
Tux Machines Parties Going Well Do Far
Cross-posted from Tux Machines
In Many Countries, Both Large and Small, Vista 11 is Losing Market Share (Despite New PCs Coming Preloaded With It)
One need not even consider large nations in isolation
By "Going Public" the Raspberry Pi Ensures It'll No Longer Serve the Public
It'll be owned and controlled by whatever people wish to control it
Dave Wreski Also Plays the Bot Game (Chatbot) at LinuxSecurity to Fake 'Articles' About "Linux"
How much longer can they fool search engines (SEO) and readers?
[Meme] Indisputable Success
Links 12/06/2024: 'Hey Hi' (AI) Bubble Imploding Already, Danish Media Threatens to Sue OpenAI
Links for the day
Links 11/06/2024: Floods in Germany and Brazil, Political Violence
Links for the day
Gemini Links 12/06/2024: Sketching Plants, OpenBSD Pubnix
Links for the day
"2025 the year of Linux on the Desktop"
Charlie Stross quote
In Bahrain, Historically Low on GNU/Linux Adoption, Things Change for the Better
They have some people who understand Free software
Daniel Pocock Received Twice as Many Votes as Andreas Tille (Debian Project Leader After 2024 Election)
From the media yesterday...
Debian is Built by Hundreds of Volunteers and 524 Irish People Voted for Daniel Pocock
524 in that area went to the polling station to vote Daniel Pocock (Ind)
[Meme] RMS is 'Too Old', Says Company Run by a Person 5 Years His Junior (Ginni Rometty) and 10 Years His Junior (Arvind Krishna)
Never again?
[Meme] Women in Computer Science
Grace Hopper, Ada Lovelace etc.
Over at Tux Machines...
GNU/Linux news for the past day
IRC Proceedings: Tuesday, June 11, 2024
IRC logs for Tuesday, June 11, 2024
Togo: GNU/Linux Growing Fast This Year, Now Measured at 6%
Sending Bill Gates with a suitcase to bribe African officials isn't enough anymore
Free Software Projects Need to Chase Away Men Who Attack Women Rather Than The Women Who Complain
A just society holds people accountable rather than covers up such blunders
Improving the Image of Women in Free Software by Hiring and Promoting the Proficient Ones
Million's shaman background isn't the problem, or even the superstitious ghost-chasing. The problem is that she has absolutely no background in Free software.
They Say Cash is King
People who value their freedom will pay with cash any time they can
'Team Microsoft' Wants to Leverage Our Popularity as a Weapon Against Us
In the past 2 days we published 64 articles and served over a million HTTP/S requests