June 19th, 2020 | 2 mins 39 secs
a cloud guru, adaptive query execution, ansi sql, apache, apache spark, bounty, bountysource, bug bounty, core infrastructure initiative, crowd-sourced, daily linux podcast, digital painting, dynamic partition pruning, eclipse, edge computing, feature request, feedback, foss, funding, harvard, iot, java, krita, labratory for innovation science, linux academy, linux headlines, mainframe, open mainframe project, open source, python, r, security, survey, sustainability, the linux foundation, watercolor, xfce, z/os, zowe
A now-rescinded change to the Bountysource terms of service is causing turmoil in the open source community, Apache Spark celebrates ten years of development with a new release, Krita launches version 4.3 with new tools and interface improvements, and several projects are seeking feedback.
June 3rd, 2020 | 2 mins 55 secs
Lenovo doubles down on Linux support, Firefox 77 arrives with better extension permission handling, the Tor Browser's latest release focuses on exposing features to users, Nextcloud Hub 19 includes security and collaboration improvements, and the Linux Professional Institute launches a new webzine.
May 13th, 2020 | 2 mins 54 secs
a cloud guru, adam seligman, belgium, bill of materials, cloud native computing foundation, cncf, commercial software, container registry, containers, daily linux podcast, donations, eclipse foundation, foss, german military, germany, github sponsors, harbor, linux academy, linux headlines, matrix, messaging, mozilla, oci, open source security, open source sustainability, pocket, riot, risc-v, security, software licensing, synopsys, vmware, vulnerabilities
A new report from Synopsys analyzes the use of open source components in commercial software, GitHub's fundraising program is now available for teams and projects, Mozilla appoints Adam Seligman as its new COO, Harbor becomes the first OCI-compliant container registry with its 2.0 release, and the Eclipse Foundation is moving to Belgium.
April 8th, 2020 | 2 mins 55 secs
a cloud guru, azure, cloud, community engagement challenge, daily linux podcast, endless, foss, free software, gnome, kde, krustlet, kubernetes, linux academy, linux headlines, microsoft, mitchell baker, mozilla, open source, privacy, qt, rust, secure boot, tails, the gnome foundation, uefi, wasm, webassembly
The GNOME Foundation and Endless launch a new contest aimed at engaging young coders with FOSS, Tails 4.5 brings support for UEFI Secure Boot, the first release of Krustlet brings WebAssembly to Kubernetes, and Qt considers further limiting access to its releases.
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.
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.