April 27th, 2021 | 1 hr 8 mins
acrn, amazon, broadcom vk, btrfs, bubblewrap, centos, django, earlyoom, email, facebook, fedora 34, flatpak 1.11.1, gnome 40, greg kroah-hartman, grub2, gtk4, humble bundle, hyper-v, irb, jack, jupiter broadcasting, kde, linux 5.12, linux kernel, linux podcast, linux servers, lwn, mail server, memory pressure, modoboa, nintendo 64, pipewire, plasma 5.21, playstation 5 dualsense, pressure vessel, psi, pulseaudio, python, red hat, research ethics, rhel, risc-v, self-hosted, selinux, sifive hifive, steam, steam runtime, sub-sandboxes, swap, systemd-oomd, transparent compression, uefi, umn, university of minnesota, unplugged, wayland, wslg, xwayland standalone, zellij, zstd
The new release of Fedora has more under the hood than you might know. It's a technology-packed release, and nearly all of it is coming to a distro near you.
January 26th, 2021 | 44 mins
apache license, aws, chrome, chromium, du, dust, elastic, elasticsearch, fedora, free software, google, hacs, home assistant, i3, jellyfin, jonathan corbet, jupiter broadcasting, kernel maintainer, kibana, linux 5.12, linux podcast, lucene, lwn, ncdu, nintendo 64, open source, polybar, rust, search, security, server side public license, solr, tom callaway, unplugged, waybar, wayland
Successful open-source projects all seem to struggle with one major gorilla. Who it is, and what their options are now.