For the first time in its three year's of existence, AlmaLinux didn't release its new version within hours of a new RHEL release. That's because AlmaLinux is no longer just a copy and paste RHEL clone.
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DoorDash thinks we're supposed to be impressed that it's working to keep its drivers safe. We ask, isn't that just what they should be expected to do? We have a suggestion about something they should do if they really want to impress us with their efforts.
The cryptocurrency funded Brave Browser has a new proprietary AI assistant; new versions of Kali, KDE Gear, and LibreOffice; with changes on the way in The Document Foundation's versioning scheme.
Canadians in wildfire ravaged areas can't swap important and potentially life saving news stories on Facebook as a result of the country's recently passed news link law.
About a month after Canonical pulled LXD from Linux Containers, with the 'LXD community experiment' evidently being labeled internally as a 'failure' by Ubuntu, the code is forked and almost immediately accepted as a project at Linux Containers.
In this week's column we wish Slackware a happy 30th birthday, look forward to the soon to be landing Mageia 9, and get the bugs out of LibreOffice 7.5.5.
A large number of open-source organizations are saying that if this act is enacted into law, it will do damage to open-source, both in Europe and globally.
With Ikey Doherty again taking a central role within the Solus Project, it's a fair question to ask how long he will stay before abandoning Solus for the third time.
On Sunday Linux Mint announced the release of Linux Mint 21.2 across all three of its mainstream editions. Like other releases in the 21.x series, this release will be supported until 2027.
After seven years, we're reviving our Friday FOSS Week in Review column. This week we're covering Istio's graduation at CNCF, Oracle's attempt to take the moral high ground against Red Hat, and Elon Musk's latest adventure.