August 7th, 2020 | 2 mins 47 secs
20.04.1, a cloud guru, amd, arm, auto-cpufreq, battery life, board elections, canonical, check point, cpu, daily linux podcast, election, focal fossa, foreshadow, free software foundation, frequency scaling, fsf, geoffrey knauth, governor, ibm, intel, laptop, linux academy, linux headlines, lts, meltdown, opensuse, performance, president, qualcomm, richard stallman, security, spectre, treasurer, ubuntu, vulnerability
The Free Software Foundation elects a new president, security researchers warn of an attack related to Spectre and Meltdown that affects even more processor types, Ubuntu 20.04.1 is out, a new tool aims to automatically optimize laptop power without sacrificing battery life, and just two candidates are running for the vacant openSUSE board seat.
July 27th, 2020 | 2 mins 45 secs
a cloud guru, community fund, daily linux podcast, enhanced tracking protection, export, finance, firefox, jonathon fernyhough, linux academy, linux headlines, manjaro, mozilla, password manager, philip müller, project governance, security, sitemap generator, treasurer, wordpress
The Manjaro community is in turmoil over the controversial resignation of the project's treasurer, Firefox 79 brings improved user-facing security features, and WordPress 5.5 bundles a long-awaited sitemap generator.