Late Night Linux – Episode 206


Particle physics depends on software that’s maintained by one retiree, another argument about AI, YouTube disrespects Creative Commons, we find an excuse to laugh at Musk, KDE Korner, and more.



Crucial Computer Program for Particle Physics at Risk of Obsolescence

FORM (symbolic manipulation system) – Wikipedia

GPT-3 Business Email Generator by Danny Richman

AI writes Terraform

Company ‘Hijacks’ Blender’s CC BY-Licensed Film, YouTube Strikes User

Twitter turns its back on open-source development


KDE and Xfce Kornerx

Xubuntu Development Update December 2022

Xfce 4.18 Looks Exciting

Finalizing rpm-ostree support in Discover

Introducing KIO AFC

Plasma Mobile Gear ⚙ 22.11 is Out

This week in KDE: Humongous UI improvements

This week in KDE: custom tiling

Help KDE hire more people!

Status of the 15-Minute Bug Initiative

October/November in KDE Itinerary







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