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Late Night Linux – Episode 160

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A theme of funding open source development runs throughout the news including npm sabotage, Mozilla accepting crypto donations, and Signal’s CEO standing down. Plus Wordle’s open web problem, the usual great stuff in KDE Korner, and more.

 

News

JavaScript dev deliberately screws up own popular npm packages to make a point of some sort

Open source maintainer threatens to throw in the towel if companies won’t ante up

New year, new Signal CEO

Mozilla backtracks on crypto donations

Wordle is being punished by app stores for choosing the open web

Dev of namesake app donates proceeds to charity

Humble subscription service is dumping Mac, Linux access in 18 days

Canon forced to ship ink cartridges without chips

 

KDE Korner

Plasma 5.24 Beta out

KVer Graphics & Dev Videos

Gnome App ID in KDE Task Manager

KDE PIM Updates and 4k LOC from Dolphin refactored out

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux Extra – Episode 38

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Adam and Neal return to talk about Google’s mysterious open source operating system Fuchsia.

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 159

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A simple FOSS way to share your mouse and keyboard across multiple machines, and a handy command line tool to find duplicate files. Plus your predictions for 2022 including gaming, GNOME, Firefox, Raspberry Pi, and PipeWire.

 

Discoveries

Barrier

rdfind

A CPU implemented in a modular synthesizer

 

Feedback

CalyxOS and a site to check which apps will work with de-Googled Android

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 158

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Ubuntu might be taking gaming more seriously, more Mozilla missteps, why Her Majesty’s demise might be really bad news, a brand new segment, KDE Korner, and more.

 

News/discussion

Please don’t use Discord for FOSS projects

UK tech policy predictions for 2022: pennies dropping everywhere

Firefox I Love You, But Can You Shut Up About Mozilla VPN?!

Mozilla begs for crypto & jwz lays some smack down

Canonical Seeks Linux Desktop Gaming Product Manager 

In 2022, security will be priority number one for Linux and open-source developers

 

Discoveries

ts – Prefix any line with the current timestamp

The Rockstar Language Specification

 

KDE Korner

Highlights of 2021 and a Roadmap for 2022

Krita 5.0 released!

A new browser from kMobile

KDE Art Stream

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 157

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It’s that time of year where we look back at our 2021 predictions, and make some new ones for 2022.

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 156

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We look back at some of the biggest stories and trends of 2021 including Linux on Mars, gaming, Arm, drama, and NFTs.

 

2021 Linux year in review

Mars

Linux has made it to Mars [feb]

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter achieves historic powered flight on Mars [apr]

NASA’s Mars helicopter makes second flight [apr]

Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Flies Faster, Farther on Third Flight [apr]

“Huge leap” for NASA’s Mars helicopter ushers new mission support role [jul]

Mars helicopter has Log4j bug, breaks records all the same [dec]

 

Gaming

Google closes Stadia’s dedicated game studios after less than 2 years [feb]

Google Stadia is celebrating its second birthday with hardware for free or cheap [nov]

Amazon Luna runs on Windows — and yet it’s hiring Linux gaming engineers [dec]

Steam Link now available on Linux [mar]

Valve is making a Switch-like portable gaming PC [jun]

Steam Deck [jul]

EAC has come to Linux and BattlEye is inbound [sep]

Valve delays Steam Deck, now starts shipping February 2022 [nov]

 

Drama

Free Software Foundation urged to free itself of Richard Stallman by hundreds of developers and techies [mar]

FSF Adopts New Governance Framework for Board Members [dec]

Audacity 3.0.0 Released [mar]

Audacity & MuseScore Announcement! [may]

Audacity finds new and exciting ways to annoy contributors with a Contributor License Agreement [jun]

Audacity privacy notice [jul]

Clarification of Privacy Policy [jul]

Freenode IRC staff resign en masse, unhappy about new management [may]

Welcome to Libera Chat [may]

GitHub Copilot is AI pair programming where you, the human, still have to do most of the work [jun]

Vivaldi is the default browser on Manjaro Linux Cinnamon [sep]

 

Arm

Meet Raspberry Silicon: Raspberry Pi Pico now on sale at $4 [jan]

Arduino To Release Board Based on Raspberry Pi Silicon [jan]

Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W on sale now at $15 [nov]

Pinephone Pro [oct]

How We Ported Linux to the M1 [jan]

M1 Macs booting from NVMe [jan]

GNOME desktop boots on Asahi Linux for Apple M1 [aug]

The End-Of-Year 2021 State Of Linux On Apple’s M1 SoC [dec]

Asahi Linux looks forward to exciting 2022 on Apple silicon [dec]

 

NFTs

Source Code for the WWW Tim Berners-Lee, an NFT [jun]

Signal’s founder is trolling with an NFT that’ll turn to shit if you buy it [oct]

Jimmy Wales is selling his first Wikipedia edit as an NFT [dec]

Stan Lee’s memory defiled [dec]

Brian Eno is not a fan of NFTs [dec]

 

Existential dread

Happy birthday, Linux: From a bedroom project to billions of devices in 30 years [aug]

 

Admin

Check out Late Night Linux Extra 37 and Linux After Dark

What’s Up With KDE, And How Was It Implemented!

Overview of alternative open source front-ends for popular internet platforms

 

 

 

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This episode is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

 

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux Extra – Episode 37

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Joe is joined by Chris from Linux After Dark and Fedora user Adam Dean to discuss using GNOME and why we shouldn’t bash it so often. Adam wrote a book called the Linux Administration Cookbook.

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 155

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Achieving the dream of mobile and desktop convergence turns out to be pretty easy. Plus a serious contender for the best Arch-based distro, and your feedback about hacking and Lineage OS.

 

First Impressions

We had a look at Garuda Linux, a rolling release distro based on Arch Linux.

 

Convergence

Graham tells us about running proper Linux on his phone with AnLinux. He mentioned Termux.

 

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 154

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Nextcloud and friends go after Microsoft, modern packaging comes under fire, whether we should be targeting less advanced users, a new old Raspberry Pi OS, KDE Korner, and more.

 

News

EU tech sector fights for a Level Playing Field with Microsoft

Nextcloud boss on Microsoft OneDrive complaint

Who is the target user?

More about those zero-dot users

“New” old functionality with Raspberry Pi OS (Legacy)

Listing rumours for Raspberry Pi? No ‘urgency’ says Upton

Flatpak Is Not the Future

On Flatpak disk usage and deduplication

 

Admin

Check out Late Night Linux Extra 36 and Linux After Dark

 

KDE Korner

Icons… everywhere

Quick update for KItinerary

Digital Signatures in Okular – Thanks to NLNet

Usual features & fixes

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux Extra – Episode 36

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Joe is joined by Allan Jude from the 2.5 Admins and BSD Now podcasts to talk about FreeBSD. Allan mentioned his company Klara.

 

 

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