A new Fedora release and big news from red hat, Stallman throws his weight around, 32-bit is dying, Snap store malware SHOCKER, email encryption is knackered, and do small distros stand a chance of making it big?



Fedora 28 released

Red Hat to integrate CoreOS into OpenShift

Stallman shows who’s boss

Ubuntu MATE and Ubuntu Budgie drop 32-bit

The other flavours could follow suit

Malware found in (and removed from) the Snap store




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Can there ever be another big distro?

With the seeming demise of Void Linux and Korora, we ask whether small distros have any chance of surviving in the long term without an eccentric billionaire backer.





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