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Máirín Duffy: Helping new users get on IRC

Fedora Hubs

Hubs and Chat Integration Basics

Hubs uses Freenode IRC for its chat feature. I talked quite a bit about the basics of how we think this could work (see “Fedora Hubs and Meetbot: A Recursive Tale” for all of the …

Analyzing Exchange Transaction Log Generation Statistics – Revisited

Almost 4 years ago, I wrote a script called GetTransactionLogStats.ps1, and originally blogged about it here. At the original time of writing, the primary purpose of the script was to collect transaction log generation data, and use that …

Stéphane Graber: Ubuntu Core in LXD containers

LXD logo

What’s Ubuntu Core?

Ubuntu Core is a version of Ubuntu that’s fully transactional and entirely based on snap packages.

Most of the system is read-only. All installed applications come from snap packages and all updates are done using transactions. Meaning …

PowerTip: Find all the Azure Automation jobs that will run in the next two days

Summary: Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, Thomas Rayner, shows how to find all the Azure Automation jobs that will run in the next two days.

Hey, Scripting Guy! Question Is there a way to find all the Azure Automation jobs that will run …

Suzanne Hillman (Outreachy): CSS and mockups

I want to get a better feel for CSS, so Máirín Duffy (Mo) and I spent three hours last week figuring out how to moving a pixel perfect mockup to CSS. This was made up almost entirely of background stuff, …

Suzanne Hillman (Outreachy): Sometimes it’s good to stop worrying about the world and just work on my internship

As I’m sure many of you know, living in the US is worrying right now. It’s been a bit difficult to focus on the internship as a result!

However, organizing my thoughts to describe what I’m currently working on and …

Jonathan Dieter: Scratch group projects – 2017



It’s January, so it must be time for this year’s Scratch projects from my grade 10 students. We’re moving on to python, but I’ve posted their projects at http://scratch.lesbg.com Feel free to play them and rate them. This is …

New enhanced access controls in Azure AD: Tenant Restrictions is now Generally Available!

Howdy folks,

Today I’m happy to announce that our new Tenant Restrictions capability is Generally Available! We built Tenant Restrictions with extensive input from our customer in finance, healthcare and pharmaceutical, industries which have relatively strict information access and …

Demo Tuesday // Storage Replica: Prevent data loss during a disaster

Welcome to our new Demo Tuesday series. Each week we will be highlighting a new product feature from the Hybrid Cloud Platform.

What would happen if a disaster strikes one of your datacenters? How much data would you lose? Hours, …

Adam Young: Barely Functional Keystone Deployment with Docker

My eventual goal is to deploy Keystone using Kubernetes. However, I want to understand things from the lowest level on up. Since Kubernetes will be driving Docker for my deployment, I wanted to get things working for a single node …

SUSE Open Audio — The SUSE Podcast

It has been far, far too long since SUSE has had a semi-official podcast.  Years, in fact.  Today, that all changes. Proud to announce that SUSE Open Audio has launched, with the first episode posted to the SUSE YouTube Channel. …

End of Long Term Service Pack Support for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 2

Earlier in the fall, in my older blog post I reminded everyone to check our lifecycle page often and I also cautioned that SLESforSAP11 SP3 is nearing end of general support. I also mentioned that SLES11 SP2 will soon be …

Ubuntu Insights: Industrial IoT Revolution with Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3

The Raspberry Pi Foundation released a long awaited version of their Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3. The great news is that you get 4GB storage, 1GB memory and the same processor as the Raspberry Pi 3 for $30. This means …

Harald Sitter: Neon OEM Mod…arghhh

For years and years already Ubuntu’s installer, Ubiquity, has an OEM mode. And for years and years I know it doesn’t really work with the Qt interface.

An understandable consequence of not actually having any real-life use cases of …

Raphaël Hertzog: My Free Software Activities in January 2017

My monthly report covers a large part of what I have been doing in the free software world. I write it for my donors (thanks to them!) but also for the wider Debian community because it can give ideas to …

Kamil Páral: Welcome Fedora Quality Planet

Hello, I’d like to introduce a new sub-planet of Fedora Planet to you, located at http://fedoraplanet.org/quality/ (you don’t need to remember the URL, there’s a sub-planet picker in the top right corner of Fedora Planet pages that allows you to …

Understanding Azure troubleshooting and support

Microsoft Azure team is committed to helping you achieve more with the power of the cloud. The Azure support teams are here to help you build, deploy and run your Azure solutions with confidence. We are continuously expanding troubleshooting and …

SQL Server 2016 innovations power Azure SQL Data Warehouse to deliver faster insights

Azure SQL Data Warehouse (SQL DW) is a SQL-based petabyte-scale, massively parallel, cloud solution for data warehousing. It is fully managed and highly elastic, enabling you to provision and scale capacity in minutes. You can scale compute and storage independently, …

PSScriptAnalyzer deep dive – Part 1 of 4

Summary: Thomas Rayner, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, shows the basics about how to use PSScriptAnalyzer.

Hello! I’m Thomas Rayner, a Cloud and Datacenter Management Microsoft MVP, filling in for The Scripting Guy this week. You can find …

Now available: Azure invoices emailed direct to your inbox

Instead of downloading your invoice every month, you can now opt-in to receive your invoice statement attached to your monthly billing email. In addition, you can configure additional recipients for this email. Save time and send the invoice directly to …

Ding-Yi Chen: Introducing Bus Factor


The Bus factor measures the degree of the knowledge sharing. High number means the knowledge is well shared. For example, bus factor 10 means 10 team members need to be “neutralized” to stop the project working.

This lead to the …

Analyzing BotNets with Suricata & Machine Learning

Since the official rollout at the year’s. conf of the Machine Learning Toolkit(MLTK), Splunkers have been pursing some interesting use cases ranging from IT operations, planning, security and business analytics. Those use cases barely scratch the surface …

Kushal Das: Working over ssh in Python

Working with the remote servers is a common scenario for most of us. Sometimes,
we do our actual work over those remote computers, sometimes our code does
something for us in the remote systems. Even Vagrant instances on your laptop…

Benjamin Mako Hill: Supporting children in doing data science

As children use digital media to learn and socialize, others are collecting and analyzing data about these activities. In school and at play, these children find that they are the subjects of data science. As believers in the power of …

The Fridge: Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 496

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is issue #496 for the week January 23 – 29, 2017, and the full version is available here.

In this issue we cover:

What’s New in Office 365 for January 2017

Office 365 for IT Pros, 3rd Edition is continually updated with new information, changes and corrections. Customers who bought the book from this website can download the updated files from their purchase history. Updates applied to the Amazon Kindle

Windows Server 2016 Data Deduplication users: please install KB3216755!

Hi folks!

Based on several customer bug reports, we have issued a critical fix for Data Deduplication in Windows Server 2016 in the most recent Windows update package, KB3216755. This patch fixes an issue where corruptions may appear in …

The Sun is Setting on Site Mailboxes in Office 365

Microsoft is notifying Office 365 customers that access to Site Mailboxes is being removed from SharePoint Online, and no more Site Mailboxes can be created from March 2017 onward. The functionality of existing Site Mailboxes in a tenant will continue …

Looking Ahead: My 2017 Projects

For the last few years, I’ve been sharing my list of projects for each year (here’s the list for 2012, the list for 2013, 2015’s list, and last year’s list—I didn’t do a list for 2014). …

Stuart Langridge: Niobium

[41 is] the smallest integer whose reciprocal has a 5-digit repetend. That is a consequence of the fact that 41 is a factor of 99999. — Wikipedia

I don’t understand a lot of things, these days. I don’t understand what …

Ismael Olea: @firma ahora es AutoFirma

Esta nota es sólo de interés para españoles interesados (necesitados) en relacionarse con la administración pública española. En realidad apenas es un recordatorio de que, hasta donde he comprobado, la anteriormente conocida como cliente @Firma (o Afirma) en sus últimas …

An update to “Important notice for Office 365 email customers who have configured connectors”

Since we posted this blog post, we have received positive responses from many of our customers, who have proceeded with changing their connectors (as per instructions in the post), thereby protecting their email/domain reputation. However, we are also aware …

Windows Server 2016 sweepstakes

Calling all Windows Server users! Whether you’ve already upgraded to Windows Server 2016 or you’re still on Windows Server 2012 and want to try the newest version, we want to hear from you. Tell us about your experience with Windows …

Blog survey – you can help

We need your input, and as a thank you, well give you the chance to win!

The Microsoft Enterprise Mobility and Security team launched the EMS Blog in June of 2016. Since then, weve received great feedback from our …

Matthias Clasen: Presentation woes

My flatpak presentation at devconf.cz ran into some technical difficulties when the beamer system failed halfway through. I couldn’t show the second half of my slides, and had to improvise a bit. If you were in the room, I hope …

Ubuntu Insights: 48% of people unaware their IoT devices pose a security threat

This is a guest post by agency Wildfire. If you would like to contribute a guest post, please contact ubuntu-devices@canonical.com

LONDON, U.K. – 30 January, 2017 – Nearly half (48%) of citizens remain unaware that their connected devices could be …

Harald Sitter: KDE Applications in Ubuntu Snap Store

Following the recent addition of easy DBus service snapping in the snap binary bundle format, I am happy to say that we now have some of our KDE Applications in the Ubuntu 16.04 Snap Store.


To use them you need …

Sayan Chowdhury: Redesigning the fedimg AMI creation process – Part 1

What is fedimg?

Fedimg is a Python-powered service that uploads the Fedora Cloud images on
various Cloud providers. such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) .

How does it currently work?

Fedimg listens to fedmsg for nightly as well as …

Ubuntu Insights: Installing a DIY Bare Metal GPU cluster for Kubernetes

I don’t know if you have ever seen one of the Orange Boxes from Canonical

Orange Box

These are really sleek machines. They contain 10 Intel NUCs, plus an 11th one for the management. They are used as a demonstration tool for …

Peter Czanik: Troubleshooting syslog-ng to syslog-ng connections

syslog-ng users often face the challenge of not being able to send logs over the network from one syslog-ng instance to another. There can be many reasons for this; some are independent from syslog-ng, while others are related to the

Microsoft and Tierion collaborate on attestations & Blockchain proofs

Daniel Buchner from the Identity team is working with a wide array of organizations on the decentralized identity initiative here at Microsoft.  One such organization, Tierion, has just committed to a collboration on attestations, which is described in this post.

Sayan Chowdhury: Vote for me in Trek Photographer of the month

I have been nominated for the Trek Photographer of the
. I am grateful to
the judges for nominating me. Appreciate if you vote for me. I’m up against
some really tough competition 🙂

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Averting ransomware epidemics in corporate networks with Windows Defender ATP

Microsoft security researchers continue to observe ransomware campaigns blanketing the market and indiscriminately hitting potential targets. Unsurprisingly, these campaigns also continue to use email and the web as primary delivery mechanisms. Also, it appears that most corporate victims are simply …

SQL Database Query Editor available in Azure Portal

We are excited to announce the availability of an in-browser query tool that provides you an efficient way to execute queries on your Azure SQL Databases and SQL Data Warehouses without leaving the Azure Portal. This SQL Database Query Editor …

ABRT team: New ABRT’s servers front page

Our team realized that when users visit our server
to access for example FAF the first page
did not contain any useful information about ABRT and our products.

We addressed this problem and prepared a new webpage. It is …

What’s brewing in Visual Studio Team Services: January 2017 Digest

This post series provides the latest updates and news for Visual Studio Team Services and is a great way for Azure users to keep up-to-date with new features being released every three weeks. Visual Studio Team Services offers the best …

Fedora Magazine: Submissions now open for the Fedora 26 supplemental wallpapers

Each release, the Fedora Design team works with the community on a set of 16 additional wallpapers. Users can install and use these to supplement the standard wallpaper. Submissions are now open for the Fedora 26 Supplemental Wallpapers, and will …

Microsoft Azure Germany expands services and boosts compliance

Since launching in September 2016, Microsoft Azure Germany has continued to expand service and assurance capabilities in our first-of-its-kind cloud for Europe. Today we are excited to announce availability of several new services and the achievement of  ISO/IEC 27001 certification …

Sayamindu Dasgupta: Supporting children in doing data science

As children use digital media to learn and socialize, others are collecting and analyzing data about these activities. In school and at play, these children find that they are the subjects of data science. As believers in the power of …

Kushal Das: New features in Gotun

Gotun is a written from scratch golang port of
Tunir. Gotun can execute tests on remote systems, or it can
run tests on OpenStack and AWS.

Installation from git

If you have a working golang setup, then you can …

Christopher Smart: Git hook to help with OpenStack development

I wrote a small Git hook which may be useful in helping OpenStack devs run tests (and any script they like) before a commit is made (see Superuser magazine article).

This way we can save everyone time in the …

Josh Bressers: Everything you know about security is wrong, stop protecting your empire!

Last week I kept running into old school people trying to justify why something that made sense in the past still makes sense today. Usually I ignore these sort of statements, but I feel like I’m seeing them often enough

Peter Hutterer: How libinput opens device nodes

In order to read events and modify devices, libinput needs a file descriptor to the /dev/input/event node. But those files are only accessible by the root user. If libinput were to open these directly, we would force any process that …

Review: Dell Latitude E7370

As part of my Linux migration (see my initial progress report), late this past week I started setting up my first non-Apple laptop since 2003. In this post, I’d like to share my thoughts on my new laptop, a …

Charles-Antoine Couret: Résultats des élections de Fedora

Comme je vous le rapportais il y a peu, Fedora a organisé des élections
pour renouveler partiellement le collège de ses organes.

Le scrutin est comme toujours un vote par valeurs. Nous pouvons attribuer à
chaque candidat un certain …

New Updates in PoshRSJob

I recently pushed out some new updates and bug fixes to my PoshRSJob module. I am continuing to provide updates to this module based not only on the feedback on the GitHub Issues page, but also on things that …

Dimitri John Ledkov: 2017 is the new 1984

1984: Library Edition Novel by George Orwell, cover picture by Google Search result

I am scared.
I am petrified.
I am confused.
I am sad.
I am furious.
I am angry.

28 days later I shall return from NYC.


Charles-Antoine Couret: Aidez Firefox à généraliser Electrolysis

Et oui, tester Fedora, c’est aussi tester et aider les projets libres qu’il
met à disposition afin de rendre le tout meilleur. Or, Mozilla Firefox est le
navigateur par défaut de Fedora, l’un des plus utilisés de la communauté et…

William Moreno Reyes: FUDCon Latam BID voting

Yesterday the latam community have the first round of voting for the FUDCon Latam 2017’s city, we have 3 proposals.

FUDCon Panama
FUDCon Bogota
FUDCon in Latinoware

I really do not like the idea of FUDCon inside a bigger event, …

Thomas Vander Stichele: A morning in San Francisco

This morning in San Francisco, I check out from the hotel and walk to Bodega, a place I discovered last time I was here. I walk past a Chinese man swinging his arms slowly and deliberately, celebrating a secret of …

Julian Fernandes: Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

Kubuntu General News: Kubuntu 17.04 Alpha 2 released for testers

Today the Kubuntu team is happy to announce that Kubuntu Zesty Zapus (17.04) is released today. With this Alpha 2 pre-release, you can see what we are trying out in preparation for 17.04, which we will be releasing in April.…

Lubuntu Blog: Zesty Zapus Alpha 2 released

The second alpha of the Zesty Zapus (to become 17.04) has now been released! This milestone features images for Lubuntu, Kubuntu, Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu GNOME, and Ubuntu Budgie. Pre-releases of the Zesty Zapus are *not* encouraged for anyone …

Itamar Reis Peixoto: FUDCon Latam 2017 oh no!!!, theres a new bid, FUDCon Bogotá. https://goo.gl/fgEaWC

FUDCon Latam 2017

oh no!!!, theres a new bid,

FUDCon Bogotá.


Itamar Reis Peixoto: FUDCon LATAM 2017. We got 2 proposals for having a FUDCon LATAM 2017 one in Brazil-Paraguay (neutral…

FUDCon LATAM 2017.

We got 2 proposals for having a FUDCon LATAM 2017

one in Brazil-Paraguay (neutral area)
and another one in Panamá.

here are the bids.


Ubuntu Insights: Ubuntu Core – how to enable aliases for your snaps commands

We are happy to announce that a new version of Ubuntu Core, based on snapd 2.21, has been released to the stable snaps channel yesterday.

As with any stable release, your Ubuntu Core devices will update and reboot automatically. If …

Nathan Haines: We’re looking for Ubuntu 17.04 wallpapers right now!

We’re looking for Ubuntu 17.04 wallpapers right now!

Ubuntu is a testament to the power of sharing, and we use the default selection of desktop wallpapers in each release as a way to celebrate the larger Free Culture movement. Talented …

The Fridge: Zesty Zapus Alpha 2 Released

“Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible.”

― Frank Zapus

The second alpha of the Zesty Zapus (to become 17.04) has now been released!

This milestone features images for Lubuntu, Kubuntu, Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu GNOME, and …

Adam Young: Connecting to MariaDB with a network configuration Docker

Since the “link” directive has been deprecated, I was wondering how to connect to a mariadb instance on a non-default network when both the database and the monitor are running is separate networks. Here is what I got:

First I …

Yury German: WordPress Blogs Maintenance

Changes for blogs.gentoo.org

With the update of the WordPress to 4.7.1 a few plug-ins have created instability to the platform.

We have disabled the WordPress Mobile Site Plugin and the Picasa Album update.

  • WordPress Mobile Site is causing all sorts

Day in the Life of a Security Analyst (Part 1)

data-privacy-dayOver the next three months, the Splunk Security team will be looking at the emerging role and hero of the Security Operations Center (SOC): the security analyst. This role has drastically changed over the past 10 years, and we will …

Introducing VMConnect dynamic resize

Starting in the latest Insider’s build, you can resize the display for a session in Virtual Machine Connection just by dragging the corner of the window.


When you connect to a VM, you’ll still see the normal options which determine …

No more “out of memory” errors for Windows Phone emulators in Windows 10 (unless you’re really out of memory)

For those of you who run emulators in Visual Studio, you may be familiar with an annoying error:


It periodically pops up even when task manager reports enough available memory – this is especially true for machines with less than …

#AzureAD Mailbag: MFA Q&A, Round 7!

Hey yall, Mark Morowczynski here with the second part of our two part MFA mailbag. To read part 1 click here. Also for those that haven’t been reading these mailbags since the beginning you can read all the previous …

Fabian Deutsch: Pet VMs in Kubernetes? WTH by Fabian Deutsch

Pet VMs in Kubernetes? WTH by Fabian Deutsch:

Want to know about KubeVirt – take a look at this slide deck which was presented at devconf.cz 2017.…

Ubuntu Insights: Award-winning drone technology with Ubuntu

The market for drones is exploding as businesses and individuals embrace them. The global market for commercial applications of drone technology will balloon to as much as $127 billion by 2020 up from £2billion today (PWC.) Aerotenna is one of …

Ubuntu Insights: ROS on arm64 with Ubuntu Core

This is a guest post by Kyle Fazzari, Engineer from Canonical. If you would like to contribute a guest post, please contact ubuntu-devices@canonical.com

Previous Robot Operating System (ROS) releases only supported i386, amd64, and armhf. I even tried building ROS

Ubuntu Insights: Deploying The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes onto AWS


This week, we announced the availability of release 1.5.2 of The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes. This is a pure upstream kubernetes developed in collaboration with Google that works across all major public clouds and private infrastructure.

We’re excited for …

Rhonda D'Vine: Icona Pop

Last fall I went to a Silent Disco event. You get wireless headphones, a DJane and a DJ were playing music on different channels, and you enjoy the time with people around who can’t hear what you hear. It’s a …

Alexys Jacob: py3status v3.4

Another community driven and incredible update of py3status has been released !

Our contributor star for this release is without doubt @lasers who is showing some amazing energy with challenging ideas and some impressive modules QA clean ups !

Thanks …

Lucky 7k, go vSAN!

Advertise here with BSA

VMware announced the Q4 earnings last night, one of the things I was most interested about was how vSAN did in Q4. Here is what was announced yesterday, for those interested in more detail check the

Fedora Magazine: Using the YubiKey4 with Fedora

A YubiKey is a hardware authentication device that can be used for various one-time password (OTP) and authentication methods. This article explains some of the ways to use the the YubiKey4 with Fedora. Other versions may be incompatible or require …

Phishers unleash simple but effective social engineering techniques using PDF attachments

The Gmail phishing attack is reportedly so effective that it tricks even technical users, but it may be just the tip of the iceberg. We’re seeing similarly simple but clever social engineering tactics using PDF attachments.

These deceitful PDF attachments …

Introducing the Host Compute Service (HCS)


This post introduces a low level container management API in Hyper-V called the Host Compute Service (HCS).  It tells the story behind its creation, and links to a few open source projects that make it easier to use.


Jean-Baptiste Holcroft: J’aimerais relancer traduc.org

En version courte : j’aimerais essayer relancer le site http://traduc.org, dans une proposition sur la liste framalang, quatre personnes se sont dites intéressées par la démarche. Je transcris ici l’appel.

L’appel initial

Aujourd’hui j’ai parfois l’impression que la …

Jean-Baptiste Holcroft: J’aimerai relancer traduc.org

En version courte : j’aimerais essayer relancer le site http://traduc.org, dans une proposition sur la liste framalang, quatre personnes se sont dites intéressées par la démarche. Je transcris ici l’appel.

L’appel initial

Aujourd’hui j’ai parfois l’impression que la …

Rocking January for SAP users in AWS EC2 and Azure

Drum-roll please, announcing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP1 and SP2 For SAP Applications  available as on demand in Azure. Hurrah 🙂 .We’ve had Bring Your Own Subscription (BYOS) images available for some time and now you can also enjoy …

Microsoft Mechanics show features software-defined networking with Windows Server 2016

Take a coffee break and watch our new 10-minute video on software-defined networking with Windows Server 2016. Join Windows Server program manager Greg Cusanza as he demonstrates how you can use software-defined networking (SDN) to dynamically create, secure and connect …

Use Windows Server 2016 and software-defined networking to build a better network

Windows Server Program Manager Greg Cusanza joins Matt McSpirit to demonstrate the software-defined networking (SDN) capabilities in Windows Server 2016. Watch as Greg explains those capabilities and shows you how to use SDN to dynamically create, secure, and connect your …

Fedora Badges: New badge: DevConf 2017 Speaker !

DevConf 2017 SpeakerYou gave a presentation at DevConf.cz, 2017 …

Bulk changing virtual hard disk path

I received this in email today:

“I have XCOPY’d a bunch of VHDX files from one volume to another on WS2016.    What’s the easiest / fastest way to fix up the paths for the VM’s???”

The answer to this is …

Mo Morsi: Search and Replace The VIM Way

Did you know that it is 2017 and the VIM editor still does not have a decent multi-file search and replacement mechanism?! While you can always roll your own, it’s rather cumbersome, and even though some would say this …

Adam Young: Running GUI Applications in a container with SELinux

As I work more and more with containers, I find myself wanting to make more use of them to segregate running third party apps. Taking the lead of Jessie Frazelle I figured I would try to run the Minecraft client …

Investigating openSUSE Build Service Performance

The following article has been contributed by Matt Fleming, Linux kernel EFI co-maintainer and performance engineer at SUSE.   I’ve been on the kernel performance team at SUSE for a little over a year now, and in that time I’ve …

Roland Wolters: [Short Tip] Retrieve your public IP with Ansible

Ansible Logo

There are multiple situations where you need to know your public IP: be it that you set up your home IT server behind a NAT, be it that your legacy enterprise business solution does not work properly without this information …

Daniel Berrange: ANNOUNCE: new libvirt console proxy project

This post is to announce the existence of a new small project to provide a websockets proxy explicitly targeting virtual machines serial consoles and SPICE/VNC graphical displays.


Virtual machines will typically expose one or more consoles for the user …

Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 30 – I’m not an expert but I’ve been yelled at by experts

Josh and Kurt discuss security automation. Machine learning, AI, and a bunch of moral and philosophical boundaries that new future will bring. You’ve been warned.

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Show Notes

Harald Sitter: KDE Slimbook

The past couple of months an elite team of KDE contributors worked on a top-secret project. Today we finally announced it to the public.

The KDE Slimbook5_work

Together with the Spanish laptop retailer Slimbook we created our very first …

Fedora Magazine: PulseAudio 10.0 now available for Fedora 25

Earlier this month, PulseAudio 10.0 was released. It’s now available from the official Fedora repositories for all users running Fedora 25. PulseAudio is the default sound server in Fedora. That makes it the primary piece of software responsible for …

Fedora Badges: New badge: DevConf 2017 Attendee !

DevConf 2017 AttendeeYou attended the 2017 iteration of DevConf.cz, a yearly Linux and JBoss conference in the Czech Republic …