DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 768

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Devuan GNU+Linux 2.0.0 “ASCII”News: The world’s fastest super computer runs Red Hat, openSUSE’s supported ARM devices, new NOVA filesystem coming to Linux, OpenBSD offers better handling of cron outputSoftware review: Building packages with pkgsrcReleased last week: deepin 15.6, NethServer…

Change starts at the bottom of the food chain | PLOS Blogs Network

  Earlier this week, over ‘600 of the brightest minds from science, politics, business, and civil society from over 50 countries gathered at the fifth EAT Stockholm Food Forum for two days of knowledge sharing VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Change starts at the bottom of…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 767

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Android-x86 7.1-r1News: Running Linux From Scratch with Debian package management, TrueOS changes course, OpenMediaVault and pfSense react to GDPR, ArchLabs leaves GitHub, Haiku ports LibreOfficeTips and tricks: OpenSSH, pipes and file transfersReleased last week: Devuan 2.0.0, GeckoLinux 150Torrent corner:…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 766

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: openSUSE 15News: Fedora 26 reaches its end of life, MX Linux 14 and Debian 7 reach end of life, KDE Connect gaining more features, trimming down GNOME, updates to the Pamac package manager, Bodhi closes forums, ReactOS can build…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 765

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Pop!_OS 18.04 LTSNews: Haiku unifying ARM builds, Solus resumes control of Budgie, KDE team answers questionsTips and tricks: Gathering system informationReleased last week: Emmabuntus 9-1.02, openSUSE 15Torrent corner: ArchLabs, Emmabuntus, Nitrux, openSUSE, StellaUpcoming releases: Linux Lite 4.0Opinion poll: OEMs…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 764

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: DragonFly BSD 5.2.0News: Tails works on persistent packages, Ubuntu Studio plans alternative desktops, Mageia offers massive update, Ubuntu team plans new features, GNOME removes (and restores) launching programs from NautilusTips and tricks: Finding which services were affected by an…

I went to an open science hackathon and all I got was a tshirt… and hope for the future | PLOS Blogs Network

  Last week I participated in the 2-day eLife Innovation Sprint. I knew the event was aimed at bringing together ‘computer people’ (programmers, designers, developers) and ‘science people’ (researchers, communicators, publishers) in order to create VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE I went to an open science…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 763

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Fedora 28News: Ubuntu Studio works around dependency issue, Debian compatibility coming to Chrome OS, details on UBports running on the Librem 5, SolydXK migrating its domain, Canonical purges malware from Snap repositoryQuestions and answers: Finding text in files and…

Microsoft Emphasizing AI and Edge Computing At Build Conference – AI Trends

At its Build developer conference this week, Microsoft is putting a lot of emphasis on artificial intelligence and edge computing. To a large degree, that means bringing many of the existing Azure services to machines that sit at the edge, no matter whether that’s a…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 762

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: TrueOS 18.03News: Mint team plans future releases, HardenedBSD switching back to OpenSSL, SolydXK fixes repository error, Fedora’s updated file manager, Void team working around missing developer, Korora team takes time off, Ubuntu Studio discontinues LTS support, GhostBSD plans to…