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Linux and open source headlines every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, in under 3 minutes.

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  • 2019-10-10

    October 10th, 2019  |  2 mins 59 secs
    amp, bridge, chat, daily linux podcast, foundation, funding, gaming, git, gitlab, google, headlines, java, javascript, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, local multiplayer, matrix, messaging, multiplayer, networked multiplayer, new vector, news, node, openjs, privacy, protocol, relay, self-hosted, server, steam, telemetry, tor, tracking, valve, vc, venture capitalist

    The Tor Project blacklists old relays, GitLab plans to introduce telemetry, Steam is working on a new multiplayer feature, The Matrix Project announces new funding, and AMP is getting a new home.

  • 2019-10-09

    October 9th, 2019  |  2 mins 35 secs
    android, andy rubin, cryptocurrency, daily linux podcast, facebook, fork, gem, kubernetes, libra, linux academy, linux headlines, meltdown, openlibra, openssh, openstack, phone, rambleed, side-channel, spectre, suse

    SUSE drops OpenStack Cloud, OpenLibra looks to piggyback on Facebook's cryptocurrency, OpenSSH adds in-RAM protections and Essential teases flashy new phone.

  • 2019-10-08

    October 8th, 2019  |  2 mins 47 secs
    atari, atari vcs, blender, blender foundation, cybersecurity, daily linux podcast, email, encryption, epic games, ibm, linux academy, linux headlines, mcafee, nvidia, oasis, open cybersecurity alliance, openpgp, pgp, playstation, playstation 5, security, sony, thunderbird

    NVIDIA joins the Blender foundation, a new cybersecurity alliance is launched to better integrate security products, Thunderbird makes plans for official OpenPGP support, and some mixed news for console enthusiasts.

  • 2019-10-07

    October 7th, 2019  |  2 mins 43 secs
    arcmenu, daily linux podcast, dash-to-dock, extreme networks, fsf, gnome, linux academy, linux foundation, linux headlines, pinebook, richard stallman, stackstorm

    The FSF is looking for some direction, StackStorm joins the Linux Foundation, and GNOME users who like it a little traditional get some good news.

  • 2019-10-04

    October 4th, 2019  |  2 mins 54 secs
    africa, agpl, anonymity, australia, backdoor, bilateral, bridge, cambrium, chat, code, code week, court, daily linux podcast, daily podcast, digital literacy, encryption, end-to-end, england, eu, european union, facebook, gpl, hardware, headlines, infringement, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, linux headlinesdaily linux podcast, mastodon, matrix, mattermost, messaging, mlat, network, networking, news, open-source, patent, podcast, programming, security, sfc, slack, social, social media, software freedom conservancy, source, source code, twitter, ubiquiti, uk, united kingdom, united states, us

    The Software Freedom Conservancy takes aim at two hardware vendors, Mastodon 3 is out, several countries continue on the warpath against end-to-end encrypted communications, and more.

  • 2019-10-03

    October 3rd, 2019  |  2 mins 40 secs
    b-tree, chrome, daily linux podcast, database, foss, free software, google, https, jit, json, krita, libreoffice, linux academy, linux headlines, llvm, macos, mixed content, open source, open source funding, postgres, postgresql, security, sql, ssl, stored generated column, the document collective, the document foundation, tls, windows

    PostgreSQL 12 is here with performance gains and more, Google plans to phase out mixed security content in Chrome, and a new funding source for The Document Foundation.

  • 2019-10-02

    October 2nd, 2019  |  2 mins 39 secs
    athenaeum, chrome os 79, chromium, collaborative text editor, crostini, daily linux podcast, flatpak, ldap, libre-only games, linux academy, linux app throttling, linux headlines, microsoft, microsoft android device, nextcloud, remote wipe, steam, surface duo, surface neo, windows 10x

    Nextcloud goes pro, the self-proclaimed "Steam replacement" reaches version 1, and Microsoft drops some far-out future tech.

  • 2019-10-01

    October 1st, 2019  |  2 mins 54 secs
    build tools, cargo, compiler, daily linux podcast, data science, document foundation, google, gpu, javascript, keras, libreoffice, linux academy, linux headlines, machine learning, mozilla, nvidia, office suite, open source, openoffice, python, rust, rust compiler, security, streamlit, tensorflow, tensorflow 2, turing, volta, web development

    A major release for Google's popular ML library TensorFlow, new web dev video shorts from Mozilla, faster Rust builds, and a LibreOffice anniversary competition.

  • 2019-09-30

    September 30th, 2019  |  2 mins 54 secs
    a10, a11, a5, a6, a7, a8, a9, api, apple, checkm8, court, court case, cpu, daily linux podcast, decision, dfu, email, email server, exim, exploit, fair-use, flaw, google, headlines, ios, iphone, iphone 4s, iphone 5, iphone 5s, iphone 6, iphone 6s, iphone 7, iphone 7s, iphone 8, jailbreak, java, jupiter broadcasting, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, linux headlinesdaily linux podcast, mobile, mobile security, news, oracle, patch, podcast, research, researcher, rom, security, server, solicitor general, supreme court, tethered, tethered jailbreak

    Oracle is one step closer to winning its settlement against Google, Exim has another critical flaw, and more details about the checkm8 iOS exploit reveal that it is not as dire as previously reported.

  • 2019-09-27

    September 27th, 2019  |  2 mins 35 secs
    19.10, 21, beta, birthday, daily linux podcast, edge, extended support, free software foundation, fsf, gnu, gnu project, google, leadership, lenovo, lenovo chromebook, libreplanet, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, microsoft, release, richard stallman, rms, sale, stallman, ubuntu, ubuntu 19.10

    The Ubuntu team released the Ubuntu 19.10 beta, Microsoft Edge for Linux is one step closer to reality, LibrePlanet 2020 put out a call for sessions, Richard Stallman announced that he will retain his leadership roll in the GNU Project, and Google turns 21.

  • 2019-09-26

    September 26th, 2019  |  2 mins 57 secs
    adiantum, alexa, amazon, amazon sidewalk, android 10 go, android go, coc, code of conduct, community, daily linux podcast, dev, developers, digital ocean, echo buds, echo frames, echo loop, foss, free software, free software awards, free software foundation, hacktoberfest, linux academy, linux headlines, open source, python, wearables

    Hacktoberfest is back with more prizes for open source developers, Amazon's got new Echo devices and a new wireless protocol to boot, and the Python community has a new Code of Conduct.

  • 2019-09-25

    September 25th, 2019  |  2 mins 51 secs
    cloudflare warp, daily linux podcast, gnome foundation, google code‑in 2019, linux academy, linux headlines, neil mcgovern, rothschild patent imaging llc, shotwell, vbulletin, warp vpn, zerodium

    A patent lawsuit takes aim at the GNOME Foundation, Cloudflare launches a VPN service that does not protect privacy, a long-standing exploit has finally been disclosed for vBulletin, and Google has announced their latest code-in challenge.

  • 2019-09-24

    September 24th, 2019  |  2 mins 56 secs
    .net, .net core, c#, centos, centos 8, centos stream, chris wright, daily linux podcast, eu, f#, fedora, google, ibm, keith packard, libc, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, microsoft, picolibc, privacy, red hat, rhel, right to be forgotten, rolling release, rtbf, search engines

    CentOS 8 is finally here, and with it comes a surprising new release from Red Hat.

  • 2019-09-23

    September 23rd, 2019  |  2 mins 57 secs
    android, bryan bogensberger, daily linux podcast, google, google play, google play pass, javascript, kotlin, laurie voss, linux academy, linux desktop, linux headlines, midi, node, npm, pxe, python, python 2, python 3, reactos, ulauncher, window snapping

    NPM's CEO Bryan Bogensberger resigns, Google's new Play Pass subscription service and their Kotlin bootcamp are announced.

  • 2019-09-20

    September 20th, 2019  |  2 mins 50 secs
    amazon, automation, aws, border, chef, conference, contract, customs, daily linux podcast, encryption, eu, european union, france, games, gaming, github, headlines, home, home directory, ice, lennart, lennart poettering, license, licenses, licensing, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, luks, news, open core, open source, ruby, software, steam, summit, systemd, valve

    The first Open Core Summit, an activist programmer takes aim at Chef, a French court disagrees with Valve's licensing model, and Lennart Poettering wants to rethink the Home directory.

  • 2019-09-19

    September 19th, 2019  |  2 mins 58 secs
    amd, amd gpu, c++, cifs, clang, compilers, cve, daily linux podcast, debian, enterprise, github, init, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, llvm, llvm 9 c, obs, obs studio, open source, opencl, php, python, sam hartman, samba, samba 4.11, security, security alert, semmle, smb, streaming, systemd, sysv, sysvinit, vulnerability, x86_64

    Fresh init system controversy at the Debian project, a more scalable Samba, and a big release for LLVM.