Late Night Linux – Episode 142


Manjaro is shipping a proprietary browser and some people are upset, a win for Firefox on Windows, Proton Mail doesn’t make you magically impervious to the long arm of the law, Bitcoin becomes an official currency in El Salvador, influential friends call it a day, and more.



Mozilla has defeated Microsoft’s default browser protections in Windows

Ask Slashdot: Why Is Firefox Losing Users?

Vivaldi is the default browser on Manjaro Linux Cinnamon

ProtonMail removed “we do not keep any IP logs” from its privacy policy

Open source is selfish

Ubuntu Podcast is ending

Introducing Pedalboard: Spotify’s Audio Effects Library for Python

El Salvador becomes first country to adopt Bitcoin as an official currency



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KDE Korner

Killing the dreaded hamburger menu and Tags are nearly there

NERC Space Geodesy Facility featured on Tom Scott





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