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Works in Progress - RR #24
Several large projects are in the middle of big updates, and we discuss reports about each of their progress.
Plasma on a Switch - RR #23
KDE and VLC got some big updates, MATE got a nice new feature, and Ubuntu's pondering opt-out telemetry.
The CSD Initiative - RR #22
The GNOME think tank is at it again, the Librem 5 is progressing nicely, Wine 3.0 is out, and Nextcloud launches a new Google Hangouts alternative.
Meltdown/Spectre Rundown - RR #21
A performance feature is exploited as a security flaw, a VPN company's been making the rounds with open-source sponsorship, and text editors and desktop icons go out of style.
BIOS Corruption - RR #20
Ubuntu 17.10's download link was taken down mid-week, a popular Linux publication goes out of business, and we discuss the inclusion of ad blockers built in to major web browsers.
You're Using MINIX - RR #19
Intel hides a proprietary derivative of MINIX inside all of its processors, Sway announces it's dropping support for NVIDIA graphics cards, and LibreOffice gets hit with trolls in the middle of its botched community mascot contest.