[#] Thu May 04 2023 03:41:30 EDT from rss <>
Subject: Latest Raspberry Pi OS Release Brings Linux Kernel 6.1 LTS, Chromium 113, and More
The Raspberry Pi Foundation released today a new version of their official Raspberry Pi OS distribution for Raspberry Pi computers that brings updated components, bug fixes, and various performance improvements.
[#] Thu May 04 2023 05:30:17 EDT from rss <>
Subject: Contribute at the Fedora Linux Test Week for Kernel 6.3
The kernel team is working on final integration for Linux kernel 6.3. This version was just recently released, and will arrive soon in Fedora Linux. As a result, the Fedora Linux kernel and QA teams have organized a test week from Sunday, May 07, 2023 to Sunday, May 14, 2023. Refer to the wiki page […]
[#] Thu May 04 2023 11:43:39 EDT from rss <>
Subject: LibreOffice 7.5.3 Is Now Available for Download with 119 Bug Fixes
The Document Foundation announced today the release and general availability of LibreOffice 7.5.3 as the third maintenance update to the latest LibreOffice 7.5 open-source and free office suite series.
[#] Thu May 04 2023 13:31:26 EDT from rss <>
Subject: Jupyter Notebook: How to Install and Use
Learn about JupyterLab: a web-based, interactive development environment. It’s most well known for offering a so-called notebook called Jupyter Notebook, but you can also use it to create and edit other files, like code, text files, and markdown files. In addition, it allows you to open a Python terminal to experiment and tinker.
[#] Thu May 04 2023 15:20:12 EDT from rss <>
Subject: Python still has the strongest grip on developers
And a reminder that experience points matter a lotPython is still a top choice for software developers, beating out other programming languages, according to a widely respected industry poll.…
[#] Thu May 04 2023 17:10:00 EDT from rss <>
Subject: Mirantis Pushes Security With Its New k0s 1.27 Kubernetes Release
Mirantis has released k0s 1.27 as the latest and greatest version of its open-source Kubernetes distribution. With this release, the focus seems to be on security.
[#] Thu May 04 2023 18:58:28 EDT from rss <>
Subject: The internet deserves a better answer to social
The internet isn’t just about browsers. Browsers are a critical part of the human experience on the internet and will always be core to our work at Mozilla. But the internet is bigger than browsers — it’s every piece of content, app and experience on your device. Our mission will always be to make the […]
[#] Thu May 04 2023 20:46:33 EDT from rss <>
Subject: Introducing Fedora Onyx: Immutable Variant with Budgie Desktop
Learn about the proposal of Fedora Onyx, an immutable variant featuring the popular Budgie Desktop environment.
[#] Thu May 04 2023 22:35:20 EDT from rss <>
Subject: Fed up with Python setup and packaging? Try a shot of Rye
For those envious of Rust and Cargo. The recent debut of a Python tool called Rye has raised hopes that the programming language's long standing setup and packaging shortcomings may be solvable.…
[#] Fri May 05 2023 00:24:07 EDT from rss <>
Subject: The Pulse Browser Project Is Developing a New Firefox Fork
Still in Alpha, the Firefox-based Pulse Browser relies on minimalistic UI and built-in tools to improve user experience and security.