Back in May there were the plans shared by Red Hat's Matthias Clasen to work out some improvements to the Pango layout engine library after going fairly stale in recent years. That work is coming to fruition with a Pango 1.44 release looking like it will be here soon with new features...
Zstd 1.4.1 is out today as a maintenance release to Facebook's Zstandard compression algorithm but with this update comes even more performance optimizations...
First Preview Release Of Fedora CoreOS
Hi open source folks,
I've had a few GPL-V3 Linux projects brewing, which I have polished a bit and packaged up in case they might be useful for others. I wanted these for my own use, but it felt like the Linux software ecosystem was weak in these areas, so I hoped they would be a useful contribution to the Linux community.
We (https://summitto.com) open-sourced a C++17 based PGP packet library. Using the library, you can create packets, encode and decode packet data and create a PGP key from e.g. a raw elliptic curve point. We've seen quite a lot of bad publicity for PGP lately, but we hope this helps those who are still using it. Lo and behold:
Hey guys, I have a question.
I've been using Hackintosh for the past few months, and it's actually quite good but I want to make the switch to Linux.
I already tried Arch and am on Ubuntu right now. I love how good it is in combination with i3. The problem is I tend to build React-Native apps for clients quite often. I have an old Macbook Pro that is relatively bad with builds. I tried building android apps on 16.04 Ubuntu but it's giving me tons of errors.
My question is:
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