Pushing the end of voting back by one day assures there will be no confusion about when the polls close, which could have cost some OSI members their votes.
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A seemingly unintentional factual error in a get-out-the-vote email sent by Open Source Initiative to its members could result in some members waiting until after the polls close to vote in the organizations current board of directors election.
Basil Cousins, the co-founder and director of OpenForum Europe has died after a long illness.
If this is March, it must be election time at OSI. This year, two individual seats and one affiliate seat are in the running.
The Open Source Initiative is planning on making a few changes to how they do things. They think they've got it figured out, but first they want to know what you think.
Our coverage of Linux desktop environments will include everything from "explainer" articles for those new to Linux, as well as articles for more experienced users. We'll also be conducting a two-part poll to determine which desktop environment our users prefer.
In the next several weeks, the preinstalled Linux computer maker, System76, will have a brand new and much improved version of its popular Pangolin laptop on its shelves and ready to ship.
The folks at OpenMandriva say that with this release, the new rolling release option, ROME, is ready enough for most use cases, although production users should wait for the "all clear."
Although Ubuntu 22.10, "Kinetic Kudu," is an interim release that will only be supported for nine months, it includes enough new features to perhaps cause some to drop the LTS they're using long enough to at least give it a try.
Linux-focused computer maker System76 today announced updated options for its top tier Oryx Pro laptop that comes with Pop!_OS preinstalled.