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It’s been a year of Late Night Linux! We wrapped up the year with a look back at some of the biggest Linux and FOSS stories.

 

January

No New Ubuntu Phones on the Horizon, And No Major Updates for Existing Ones, Either

Cyanogenmod became Lineage OS

 

February

Arch and Tails announced that they were dropping 32-bit

Mozilla shutting down the group behind Firefox OS

 

March

Mozilla acquired Pocket

Nextcloud going too far to ensure that people stay up to date?

 

April

Ubuntu abandoned Unity and Ubuntu Phone

 

May

SUSE and Fedora being added to Windows 10

Here comes Treble: A modular base for Android

 

June

Ikey quit his day job and to develop Solus full time

 

July

Project Common Voice

 

 

Entroware

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September

Sailfish for the Xperia X

 

October

Librem 5 funded

Linux Kernel Community Enforcement Statement

 

November

Conservancy and SFLC fall out

Firefox 57 Quantum and the Yahoo debacle

Munich voted to return to Windows

 

December

Mozilla faced blowback after slipping Mr Robot plugin into Firefox

Bitcoin surged past $10k

 

 

 

 

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