Late Night Linux – Episode 194


Huge wins for RISC-V and Ubuntu Unity, the changing ways that software is distributed, and a sad lament for young people’s privacy. Plus why KDE Plasma isn’t default in many major distros, along with the usual goodness in the Korner.



NASA Selects SiFive and Makes RISC-V the Go-to Ecosystem for Future Space Missions

Ubuntu Unity Becoming An Official Flavour With 22.10 Release

github-cli Debian package GPG key expires

LG is bringing NFTs to its smart TVs – The Verge

NFT shit-list



UK officials still blocking Peter Wright’s ‘embarrassing’ Spycatcher files


KDE Korner

Neal Gompa explains why do none of the major distros have KDE Plasma as default 

KDE Promo Sprint

Kaidan 0.9 E2E & ATM

These Weeks in KDE





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