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DebugPoint Weekly Roundup #22.11: Ubuntu 23.04 Code Name, Linux Container in FreeBSD and More

Here’s the weekly roundup #22.11 for you across the GNU/Linux and tech world.

Welcome to the DebugPoint Weekly roundup #22.11, where you can find all the happenings from this week, mainly from the Linux and open-source space.

In this week, we saw several critical updates from GNOME, Ubuntu and applications. A few releases were also added this week with some BSD updates.

Here’s what happened this week.

DebugPoint Weekly Roundup #22.11

🎯 Spotlight updates from GNU/Linux

  • The upcoming Ubuntu 23.04 release code name announced – is “Lunar Lobster”. [via LP]
  • Critical OpenSSL bug delays Fedora 37 release. [Read more]
  • Containerd 1.7.0 beta 0 (First beta) is out, allowing Linux container inside FreeBSD. [Read more]

📌 Top Articles this week from DebugPoint

🖥️ Desktop Environment and Linux Distro

  • Ice WM 3.1 has been released with new features and improvements. [Read more]
  • OpenSUSE announced the next-gen installer for testing. [Read more]
  • GNOME Project is closing the mailing list and moving to discourse. [Link to discourse]
  • Zorin OS 16.2 is out, but it is still based on Ubuntu 20.04. [Read more]

🔖 Application Updates

  • GNOME Web ported to GTK4 and merged to the main branch. [Read more]
  • Python 3.11 is finally released with new features. [Read more]
  • Password manager KeePassXC 2.7.3 is out with 50+ changes and features. [Read more]
  • FileZilla announced a bug fix release with version 3.26.0. [Read more]

😈 BSD Updates

  • FreeBSD Q3 2022 status report is out. Find out what’s happening in the FreeBSD world. [Read more]

💡 Interesting updates across the web

  • Japan’s Rakuten Mobile dumps Red Hat and moves to Rocky Linux. [Read more]

Wrapping Up

That’s about this week’s weekly roundup #22.11. Please let me know in the comment box if you know of some exciting news stories we might have missed this week.

See you in the next round-up. Happy Halloween, and enjoy the holidays in your country.

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