July 29th, 2020 | 2 mins 55 secs
a cloud guru, ar, augmented reality, blender, chart, daily linux podcast, eye tracking, facebook, forms, funding, google, gpu, hand tracking, khronos, lineage, lineageos, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, memory profiler, microsoft, mixed precision training, nano, nextcloud, nvidia, oculus, openxr, pytorch, raspberry pi, sbc, single-board computer, sponsor, standard-conformant, survey, tensor core, text editor, the khronos group, user submission, virtual reality, vr, vulkan, windows, xda developers
The first standard-conformant implementations for OpenXR are finally shipping, LineageOS 17.1 has an unsupported build for the Raspberry Pi, Nextcloud gains a Forms feature, nano version 5 brings new features to the venerable text editor, Facebook releases PyTorch version 1.6, and Microsoft backs the Blender Foundation.
February 27th, 2020 | 2 mins 57 secs
a cloud guru, apache, arm, asf, couchdb, creative commons, daily linux podcast, database, document store, eben upton, email, iot, linux academy, linux headlines, nosql, open culture, openbsd, opensmtpd, out-of-bounds read, pi 4, powerpc, programming, qualys, raspberry pi, sbc, security, single-board computer, smithsonian, software development, subversion, version control
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has a birthday surprise, Subversion hits the 20-year mark, CouchDB ratchets up its security with version 3, and the Smithsonian Institution makes a big donation to the public domain.
November 26th, 2019 | 2 mins 25 secs
america, american, annual report, cell phone, cellphone, china, chinese, daily, daily linux podcast, develop, developer, developers, finance, finances, financial, firefox, fix, hosted, hosting, jupiter broadcasting, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, mozilla, new year, patch, phone, pi, podcast, privacy, processor, raspberry pi, regex, report, risc, risc-v, royalties, sbc, self-hosted, single-board computer, splunk, timestamp, trade, trade war, ubports, ubuntu, ubuntu touch, unix, unix timestamp, yahoo
The RISC-V Foundation is relocating, Mozilla publishes its annual report from last year with some disappointing results, UBports has a plan to attract more developers, and Splunk urges self-hosters to patch a timestamp issue.