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Hi, I'm M Travis Rose, a contributor to FOSS Linux. I have over thirty years of experience in the IT arena, at least fifteen of which has been working with Linux. I enjoy converting existing Windows users to the wonderful world of Linux. I guess you could call me a Linux-evangelist. Long live Linux!
After Fedora 32 Beta was deemed unready for release last week during the initial Fedora 32 Beta "Go/No-Go" meeting. However, just 24 hours later, the Fedora developers reconvened and determined that all bugs had been successfully addressed. As such, the beta release is now scheduled for release on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
APT 2.0 includes several new features, along with some performance and hardening improvements. Also, the size of the APT library is significantly smaller now since Debian developers have removed "a lot of code" in APT 2.0.
FOSS Linux shared news of the first-ever Windows Subsystem for Linux Conference, or WSLConf, with our readers September last year. However, concerns over the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak have compelled the event's sponsor, Canonical, and host, Microsoft, to cancel the onsite event and instead hold the event as a virtual event.
The recent outbreak of the pneumonia-like illness caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), first detected in the central city of Wuhan in December 2019, is wreaking havoc on day-to-day life in China and it's citizens. It is also significantly impacting industries worldwide, most importantly, the tech industry.
Over the weekend, the MyPaint developers quietly released version 2.0 of their popular free and open-source raster graphics editor. For those new to MyPaint, let me quickly introduce in brief.