Here’s the weekly roundup #22.05 for you across the GNU/Linux and tech world.
Welcome to the DebugPoint Weekly roundup #22.05, where you can find all the happenings from this week, mainly from the Linux and open-source space. It’s been a quiet week in the distro and desktop space; however, most of the update is seen on apps.
Here’s what happened this week.
DebugPoint Weekly Roundup #22.05
🎯 Spotlight updates from GNU/Linux
- Apple M1 Pro, Max and Ultra device Trees are under review for Linux. [read more]
- Thousands of QNAP NAS devices were hit by DeadBolt ransomware. [read more]
- Intel Announces details about Gen 13 processors and demos Thunderbold 4 80 GBPS links [read and explore the event in Tel Aviv via Twitter]
- KDE Plasma team announces Plasma for Smart TVs. [read more]
- Facebook Transfers PyTorch AI Framework to Linux Foundation for Governance [read more]
📌 Top Articles this week from DebugPoint
🖥️ Desktop Environment and Linux Distro
- Fedora 37 BETA is out for public testing. [read more]
- Ubuntu is working on a Flutter-based Ubuntu Software Store. [read more]
- Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu will come with debuginfod by default. [read more]
- EndeavourOS team releases “Artemis Nova”, fixing the GRUB chaos in Arch Linux. [read more]
🔖 Application Updates
- Libadwaita 1.2 was released, bringing some stunning changes. [read more]
- Pitivi Video Editor is almost done porting to GTK 4 as part of GSOC 2022. [read more]
- Password Manager KeePass 2.52 is out. [read more]
- WXWidgets 3.2.1 has been released. [read more]
- DoubleCommander terminal program released version 1.0.7. [read more]
- Open-source portable program PhotoDemon 9.0 is released. [read more]
- Python 3.11 RC2 is out a step closer to the final release. [read more]
- Legacy screensaver program XScreensaver 6.05 is out now. [read more]
- Krita 5.1.1 was released as a minor maintenance release. [read more]
- The first point release of LibreOffice 7.4.1 is here with bug fixes. [read more]
💡 Interesting updates across the web
- CUPS 3.0 roadmap promises major features for Linux Printing as presented at Linux Plumbers Conference. [read more]
- A new cross-platform web-browser project was unveiled – Ladybird. [read more]
That’s about this week’s weekly roundup #22.05. Please let me know in the comment box if you know some exciting news stories we might have missed this week.
See you in the next round-up. Happy weekend.
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