Linux Journal News

GNU Guix 1.0.0 Released, Season of Docs Announces 50 Participating Open-Source Organizations, Docker Enterprise 3.0 Beta Now Available, Nvidia and Red Hat Join the Academy Software Foundation and Red Hat Announces New Version of Red Hat Process Automation

News briefs for May 2, 2019.

GNU Guix 1.0.0 was released today. This big 1.0 release is the result of seven
years of development and contributions by more than 260 people. If you’re not
familiar with GNU Guix, “GNU Guix is …

Creative Commons Search Is Now Out of Beta, Dell Announces Two New Budget-Friendly Mobile Workstations, NS1 Releases Flamethrower, Scalyr Launches PowerQueries and High-Severity Hole Discovered in Oracle WebLogic

News briefs for May 1, 2019.

CC Search is now out of beta,
with more than 300 million images, “a major
redesign, and faster, more relevant search”. The Creative
Commons blog post
notes that “CC Search searches images across…

Fedora 30 Is Here, Raspberry Pi Foundation Announces the Gender Balance in Computing Project, Open ZFS/ZFS On Linux Working on a Code of Conduct, Docker Hub Breach and Help Promote the Coming openSUSE Leap 15.1 Release

News briefs for April 30, 2019.

Fedora 30 was released today. TechRepublic
reports that this version brings some “quality-of-life
improvements”, such as the flicker-free boot process. It includes GNOME
3.32 with all new app …

The EFF Asks You to Help End the Call Detail Records Program, FreedomBox Foundation Launches the Pioneer Edition FreedomBox Home Server, Polyverse Announces CVE API Support, IBM Developers Working on System Call Isolation and Scientific Linux Discontinued

News briefs for April 26, 2019.

The EFF asks you to tell Congress to end the Call Detail Records (CDR)
program: “For nearly two decades, the NSA has searched millions
of Americans’ telephone call records—all without a warra…

Nextcloud 16 Is Now Available, Facebook Open-Sources the C++ F14 Hash Table, the Prophet & The Warlock DLC for Total War: WARHAMMER II Is Here, Nintendo Announces Closed Beta of Mario Kart Tour for Android and Google Earth Timelapse Updates

News briefs for April 25, 2019

Nextcloud
16 was released today. From the press release: “Nextcloud 16 is
smarter than ever, with machine learning to detect suspicious logins and
offering clever recommendations. Group Folder…

Mozilla Publishes Its 2019 Internet Health Report, Pop!_OS 19.04 Is Now Availalbe, the Free Software Dictionary Needs Your Help, GNOME Builder 3.331 Is Out and Rancher Labs Launches k3OS

News briefs for April 24, 2019.

Mozilla has released its 2019 Internet Health
Report. This year’s report focuses on three main issues: the need
for better machine
decision making, rethinking
digital ads and the
rise of smart…

Kodi 18.2 Released, SuperTuxKart 1.0 Is Here, New Strawberry Music Player for Sparky Linux, Fedora 30 Upgrade Test Day on Friday and Netcraft’s April Web Server Survey

News briefs for April 23, 2019.

Kodi 18.2 was
released yesterday. This release brings several bug fixes and implements
a new issue template and an automated verification system in the GitHub issue
tracker. In addition, the K…

Sam Hartman Is the New Debian Project Leader, Google Cuts Pixel 3 Prices for Project Fi’s Birthday, Linux Kernel v5.1-rc6 Is Out, Kdenlive 19.04 Released and KMyMoney 5.0.4 Now Available

News briefs for April 22, 2019.

Congrats to Sam Hartman, new Debian Project Leader! You can read more details
about the election here, and read Sam’s DPL 2019 Platform here.

Google cuts Pixel 3 prices for Project Fi’s bi…

The Mozilla IoT Team Announces Mozilla WebThings, LibreOffice 6.2.3 Released, LabPlot 2.6 Now Available, OpenJDK 11 Is Now the Default in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and 19.04, and Zend Framework Heads to The Linux Foundation as the Laminas Project

News briefs for April 19, 2019.

The
Mozilla IoT team announces that its Project Things is moving on from its
experimental phase and now will be known as Mozilla WebThings. The team’s
mission is to create a “Web of Things” i…