Friday's beta release of AlmaLinux 8.6 means the project is currently actively working on two separate versions of its RHEL clone.
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The Linux Foundation's premiere North American event is scheduled to be staged June 21-24 in Austin, Texas. The event will also be live streamed for viewing at home.
Although All Things Open’s Meetups have returned to being in-person events focused on a local and regional audience, conference organizers this week announced a Meetup in May that will be virtual only, therefore available worldwide.
With the stable version of RHEL 9 expected to be released in May, AlmaLinux pushes its beta of version 9 out of the door and says it's looking for testers.
Linux Mint has released the beta version of an upgrade tool that allows a one-click move from LMDE 4 to LMDE 5.
With Fedora's release party scheduled for May 12-14, and now Ubuntu planning a release party for 22.04 on May 1, it looks as if next month is going to be party month in the land of Linux.
The Linux Foundation is accepting applications through April 3Oth for Linux Foundation Training Scholarships that offer free training and certification across 12 open source categories.
Although Richard Stallman seemed to be absent from this year's LibrePlanet event, the Free Software Foundation has announced he will be livestreaming his "The State of the Free Software Movement" talk on April 13th at 2 p.m. Eastern Time.
As AlmaLinux and Rocky Linux vie for dominance in the free RHEL replacement space that was abandoned by CentOS Linux, Alma appears to be making deeper inroads on several fronts.
No matter how you Fedora, you might want to check out the release party that the folks behind Red Hat's community distribution have planned.