The Debian Project has announced that the codename name of Debian 13 is Trixie. It will arrive in 2025 and receive support until 2030.
The Wikimedia Foundation that owns and hosts sites like Wikipedia, has decided to migrate their code repositories from Gerrit to GitLab.
Now the Chromium browser is back to the official repositories for both Linux Mint and LMDE as a deb package built by the Linux Mint team.
The Librem Mini v2 matches the Mini v1 base price. The big difference is that it can now offer a new, 10th gen i7-10510U Intel processor.
One of the most well-known pieces of software for downloading YouTube videos, youtube-dl, was removed from GitHub following a takedown notice from the RIAA.
Microsoft announced the availability of the Microsoft Edge browser for Linux, available as a preview in the Microsoft Edge Insider Program.
Ubuntu 20.10 is here and for the first time there are official desktop and server builds of Ubuntu available for Raspberry Pi devices.
Rescuezilla 2.0 is the first 64-bit-only release. It is an easy-to-use disk imaging application that's fully compatible with Clonezilla.
Enter MicroK8s, a tool by Canonical that enables you to easily deploy a lightweight, multi-node Kubernetes cluster in your local environment.
The most visible thing in Linux Kernel 5.9 is a reinstatement of the fbdev amba-clcd driver and initial AMD RDNA 2 GPU enablement.