All the Linux and open source news you want to hear, and none of the chat that you don't. A rapid-fire roundup of the latest headlines, sometimes with more in-depth analysis or a dose of affectionate snark. Published twice a week, at daybreak Eastern.
Tabs, Not Spaces 2020-10-31
The RISC-V desktop comes into view, while Mozilla can't catch a break. An unofficial build of Android 11 for the Pi 4, free training from the OpenSSF, TimescaleDB 2 is nearly here, the FSF wants to hear from you, and much more.
Tabs, Not Spaces 2020-10-28
A new QWERTY-slider mobile lands, with LineageOS and Ubuntu Touch as first-class citizens. The Linux Foundation continues its land-grab, releases for Fedora and fwupd, plus an open Facebook groups and events alternative, and more.
Tabs, Not Spaces 2020-10-24
New interim releases for Ubuntu and Node.js, and a practical Linux shell for iOS. A stealth WordPress plugin update and a takedown notice for youtube-dl raise eyebrows, 1Password lands on Linux, Debian boosts PeerTube's finances, and more.
Tabs, Not Spaces 2020-10-21
A new Pi Compute Module lands, and ODROID unveils a toaster-style NAS. Updates for Trisquel and Firefox, and a new storage and compute platform from iXsystems. IBM racks up another weak quarter, a surprise or two from Microsoft, and more.
Tabs, Not Spaces 2020-10-17
The spat between LibreOffice and OpenOffice rumbles on. Canonical brings high-availability to MicroK8s, new versions of Snap! and VisiData land, and a Bluetooth vulnerability triggers the community. Plus new mobile hardware coming soon, and more.
Tabs, Not Spaces 2020-10-14
KDE Plasma and Krita land new releases, and an updated BBC micro:bit is coming soon. Pine touts a new device, Plausible looks to protect itself with a license change, LibreOffice pleads with OpenOffice to fall on its sword, and much more.