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    2020-01-28 | Linux Headlines 90

    2020-01-28 | Linux Headlines 90

    A partnership to keep open-source secure, Flathub gets social, Kali Linux has a new release and Ubuntu's first in a series of switch guides.
    Links:
    New Collaboration Brings Increased Open Source Security Support and Assurances to Software Developers
    A forum for Flathub
    How to upgrade from Windows 7 to Ubuntu – Hardware and software considerations
    MuseScore 3.4 Release
    Kali Linux 2020.1 Release

    Brunch with Brent: Peter Adams Part 1 | Jupiter Extras 50

    Brunch with Brent: Peter Adams Part 1 | Jupiter Extras 50

    Brent sits down with Peter Adams, professional photographer and former founder and CTO of several internet-technology startups in New York and Silicon Valley. We explore his photography project "Faces of Open Source", his history in the dot-com bubble era, how he came to love open source, and more.


    Brunch with Brent: Peter Adams Part 2 comes out this Friday.
    Special Guest: Peter Adams.
    Links:
    Faces of Open SourcePeter Adams PhotographyOSCON - Open Source Software Conference, Portland ORInternational Center of Photography, New York

    2020-01-27 | Linux Headlines 89

    2020-01-27 | Linux Headlines 89

    Linux 5.5 arrives with support for the Raspberry Pi 4 among many other improvements, Solus and SQLite both see minor version bumps that pack a punch, and The Qt Company has a major update that is not sitting well with its community.
    Links:
    KernelNewbies: Linux_5.5
    GNU Linux-libre 5.5-gnu
    10 Best Features in Linux 5.5, Out Now
    Solus 4.1 Fortitude Released
    SQLite Release 3.31
    Qt offering changes 2020
    Mailing List: Changes to Qt offering
    r/RocketLeague: Update on Refunds for macOS and Linux Players
    Linux Action News 142

    Linux Action News 142

    Linux Action News 142

    The real reason Rocket League is dropping support for Linux, Wine has a massive release, and the potential for Canonical's new Android in the cloud service.


    Plus, our take on the FSF's Upcycle Windows 7 campaign, and the clever Chrome OS strategy upgrade for education in 2020.
    Links:
    Rocket League will drop support for Mac, Linux versions in March | Ars Technica — Change comes eight months after Epic Games acquired the game's creators.Update on Refunds for macOS and Linux PlayersSupport for macOS and Linux (SteamOS) – Psyonix SupportPsyonix are ending support for Rocket League on both Linux and macOS (updated)Thanks to Psyonix dropping Linux support, we're getting anti-Linux statements like this from game devs againWine 5.0 Released — This release represents a year of development effort and over 7,400 individual changes. Wine Is Approaching Six Million LinesCanonical introduces Anbox Cloud — The service is designed to offload workloads from x86 or Arm-based devices to containers in the cloud. The latest Chrome OS education devices will get updates for eight years — Previously, most Chrome OS devices recieved six years of software support.Chromebooks will now get up to eight years of Chrome OS updatesImproving 40 million Chromebooks for educationUpcycle Windows 7 — We call on them to release it as free software, and give it to the community to study and improve.Open Source Licenses in 2020: Trends and Predictions

    2020-01-24 | Linux Headlines 88

    2020-01-24 | Linux Headlines 88

    Permissive licenses are on the rise, Open GApps comes to Android 10, Intel unexpectedly joins the CHIPS Alliance, and KDE receives another large donation.
    Links:
    Open Source Licenses in 2020: Trends and Predictions
    Open GApps releases flashable Google app packages for Android 10 custom ROMs
    Intel joins CHIPS Alliance to promote Advanced Interface Bus (AIB) as an open standard
    KDE Receives Generous Donation from the Handshake Foundation

    Exploring VCV Rack: Graham Morrison | Jupiter Extras 49

    Exploring VCV Rack: Graham Morrison | Jupiter Extras 49

    Drew and Graham discuss the basics of modular synthesis, and how VCV Rack makes the Eurorack system freely available to anyone with a computer.
    Special Guest: Graham Morrison.
    Links:
    VCV Rack — Virtual Eurorack DAWKawai K1ii Synthesizer — Kawai's digital PCM-waveform synthesizerKorg PolySix — Programmable, analogue polysynthMoog Minimoog — One of the first synthesizers built to be used by musiciansSteinberg Cubase — Digital Audio WorkstationAbleton Live — Digital Audio Workstation tailored for performing artistsEurorack — Modular synthesizer format specificationVCV Releases FREE Rack 1.0 Virtual Modular SynthesizerTeenage Engineering — Swedish electronics company specializing in synthesizers and wireless audioMutable Instruments Yarns Module — Converts MIDI to/from CVTrent Reznor — Prolific pioneer in synthesizers and musicJupiter Extras Episode 51 - VCV Rack Collaborative Patch on Soundcloud — Audio output of the VCV Rack collaborative patch made by Graham and Drew.Jupiter Extras Episode 51 - VCV Rack Collaborative Patch on Gitlab — Collaborative patch to load in VCV Rack. Requires the following modules for operation: Scanner Darkly's Collection One, cf, AS, ML, Audible Instruments, Glue the Giant, Autodafe, Bogaudio, Befaco, Vult

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