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[#] Sun Jan 01 2023 03:28:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: 12 resources for open source community management in 2023

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Open source projects thrive because of their communities. It makes sense that community management is a big topic on This year, we had several good articles looking at different aspects of communities and how they’re started, protected, and nurtured.

[#] Sun Jan 01 2023 05:54:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: Vanilla OS: Promising Idea, Disappointing Implementation

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Vanilla OS, a fresh new Linux distribution, has released its first stable version. Unfortunately, the final result is not yet ready for real usage.

[#] Sun Jan 01 2023 08:13:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install QMPlay2 on Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04

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QMPlay2 is a free multimedia player and an alternative to installing the more popular VLC Media player. The following tutorial will teach you how to install QMPlay2 on your Ubuntu desktop.

[#] Sun Jan 01 2023 10:48:36 EST from rss <>

Subject: What Is the CVE-2021-4034 Polkit Privilege Escalation Vulnerability?

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Here's everything you need to know about the CVE-2021-4034 Polkit privilege escalation vulnerability in the Linux kernel.

[#] Sun Jan 01 2023 13:05:51 EST from rss <>

Subject: 6 articles to get you excited about programming

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Programming is at the heart of open source software. Here are six articles to get you excited about programming:

[#] Sun Jan 01 2023 15:25:08 EST from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: January 1st, 2023 "Happy New Year!"

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The 118th installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on January 1st, 2023, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

[#] Sun Jan 01 2023 17:57:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: Xfce’s Apps Update for December 2022: New Releases of Ristretto, Thunar, Screenshooter, and More

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The December and last issue of my exclusive “Xfce’s Apps Update” monthly roundup for 2022 is here with news about the latest releases of your favorite Xfce applications, plugins, tools, and more.

[#] Sun Jan 01 2023 20:14:53 EST from rss <>

Subject: What to write about on in 2023

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As we start 2023, it’s the perfect time to reflect on what the last few years have brought to us. The pandemic has brought us closer together globally. Conferences and meetings moved to virtual platforms lowering the geographic barrier to participating and collaborating. Many of us moved to remote work and embraced asynchronous communication with our teams. We have met people across the globe whom we would have never had the privilege to meet.

[#] Sun Jan 01 2023 22:32:08 EST from rss <>

Subject: Arch Linux’s First ISO Release in 2023 Is Out and It's Powered by Linux Kernel 6.1

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Arch Linux is the first GNU/Linux distribution to kick off 2023 with a new ISO release targeting those who want to deploy Arch Linux on new computers, chroot into an existing one to repair it, or just reinstall their systems.

[#] Mon Jan 02 2023 01:06:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: Installing Google Chrome on Manjaro: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Are you ready to upgrade your web browsing experience on Manjaro? This step-by-step guide will show you how to easily install the Google Chrome web browser on your Manjaro Linux system.

[#] Mon Jan 02 2023 03:24:39 EST from rss <>

Subject: Install XeroLinux (Arch with Stunning Looks): Step-by-Step Guide

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A simple tutorial shows how to install Arch Linux-based XeroLinux as a standalone system, dual-boot and in VM.

[#] Mon Jan 02 2023 10:02:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Apply Updates Automatically With dnf-automatic In RHEL, AlmaLinux And Rocky Linux

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This guide explains how to apply updates automatically with dnf-automatic in RHEL and its clones like AlmaLinux and Rocky Linux.

[#] Mon Jan 02 2023 12:35:41 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to manage power profiles over D-Bus with power-profiles-daemon on Linux

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Power-profiles-daemons is a free and open source project designed to handle system power profiles over D-Bus. The two major Linux desktop environment, GNOME and KDE Plasma, are nicely integrated with it, allowing the user to easily manage power profiles from their dedicated power manager interfaces, but it is also possible to switch profiles and retrieve information about them from the command line, using a dedicated utility.

[#] Mon Jan 02 2023 14:52:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to read and write files in Rust

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Knowing how to read and write files can be useful for various purposes. In Rust, this task is done using the file system module (std::fs) in the standard library. In this article, I'll give you an overview on how to use this module.

[#] Mon Jan 02 2023 17:10:11 EST from rss <>

Subject: Display Memory Information Using Ramfetch in Linux

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In Linux, you can find many utilities that display the system hardware information beautifully on the screen. One of them is Neofetch, Screenfetch, etc., which display your system information like the Linux OS version, hostname, processor, kernel, memory, desktop environment, resolution, CPU, GPU, and many more. Despite the fact that this information can be read from a file present in the root directory, you can still use this tool to get clean output.

[#] Mon Jan 02 2023 19:42:41 EST from rss <>

Subject: 7 Git articles every open source practitioner should read

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Understanding the Git version control system is foundational for many open source practitioners. Whether you are an advanced user or you want 2023 be the year to get started, has plenty of resources for you. Here are a few recent Git articles that I recommend.

[#] Mon Jan 02 2023 22:00:57 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Google Sheets

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Google Sheets is a spreadsheet program included as part of the free, web-based Google Docs Editors suite. Google Sheets is proprietary software. We recommend the best free and open source alternatives.

[#] Tue Jan 03 2023 00:19:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Numbers Don’t Lie: Arch Linux Reigns Supreme on Reddit

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The popularity of individual Linux distributions has always piqued the interest of the Linux community. As of January 1, 2023, Arch is the most popular Linux distribution based on the number of members in individual Linux communities on Reddit.

[#] Tue Jan 03 2023 02:52:44 EST from rss <>

Subject: Open source ESP32 module supports 5G and GPS connectivity

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The Walter is an upcoming embedded device equipped with the ESP32-S3 microcontroller along with a GM02SP module for NB-IoT, LTE-M and GPS protocols. The board will also be CE and FCC certified to accelerate customers’ product development. The ESP32-S3 has been seen in various different products last year, for example, the Bee Motion S3, the […]

[#] Tue Jan 03 2023 05:13:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Linux Distribution of 2022 Goes to Pop!_OS 22.04

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In this subtle review, you will be reading our reasons for choosing Pop!_OS 22.04 as the best Linux distribution released in 2022.

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