Late Night Linux – Episode 264


Félim gets angry about someone criticising desktop Linux, Snaps are going to be better on distros that aren’t Ubuntu, Mozilla wants to lead the way in making AI open, OpenAI admits it doesn’t have a legal business model, and Plasma 6 is almost here.



Dublin Linux Install fest Sat Feb 3

What I learned from using a Raspberry Pi 5 as my main computer for two weeks

Canonical To Work On Improving Snap Support Across Linux Distributions

The World Of Web Browsers Is In A Bad Way

What’s next for Mozilla?

‘Impossible’ to create AI tools like ChatGPT without copyrighted material, OpenAI says

How Microsoft found a potential new battery material using AI – The Verge

Plasma 6 RC1






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