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2020-01-20


Nextcloud follows up with good news for mobile users, breaking a Kubernetes install on purpose, and the amicable resolution for recent concerns in the Rust community.


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2020-01-17


Nextcloud announces exciting changes to the platform, Puppet is now releasing both faster and slower, DigitalOcean's restructuring is resulting in layoffs, and Fedora CoreOS reaches production-ready status.


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2020-01-16


Mozilla faces difficult choices after a major layoff, a new release of PyTorch adds long-awaited Java support, GNU Guile sees a significant speedup, and the LLVM community debates the future of decision making for the project.


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2020-01-15


We say goodbye to a community member, the latest Vulkan update is looking great, while GitHub, IBM, and CentOS all have announcements.


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2020-01-14


MariaDB has a new cloud-native database, PC sales were up for the first time in 8 years, Google's Hash Code opens its registration, and GitLab achieved a bug bounty milestone.


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2020-01-13


GRUB gets an important patch, a great twitter client for desktop Linux, another Linux distro reaches out to Windows 7 refugees, and the ever-deepening relationship between Microsoft and Samsung.


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2020-01-10


A developer is seeking feedback for a proposed Rust Foundation, Amazon relaunches a machine learning tool, and Linus Torvalds issues a warning against using ZFS.


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2020-01-09


An important security fix for Firefox, handy upgrades for a Tor tool, and a new security-optimized laptop from Nitrokey.


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2020-01-08


Tails has a new trick to keep you secure, Google's Project Zero is making a change, and OpenMandriva ups its package game. Plus the KDE Community's well-timed new campaign.


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2020-01-07


The darktable project releases a major new version, Firefox extends picture-in-picture mode to Linux and macOS, and Arduino announces a new modular hardware system for IoT.


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