FOSS Roundup #7 - M1, Gaming, Docs, and More!
It’s been another exciting week in the Linux landscape, with Linux support arriving for the M1 and gaming on Linux continuing to expand thanks to the Steam Deck. Around Xubuntu, docs are done and AppImage continues to be supported. As usual, Xfce has a few new releases as well.
FOSS Roundup #6 - Where have all the good bugs gone?
Welcome to the sixth edition of my Weekly FOSS Roundup! This week, I’ve been hard at it with cleaning up Xubuntu bugs and hacking on docs. A new Linux vulnerability, “Dirty Pipe” was announced. And Xfce has been accepted into the 2022 Google Summer of Code program. What a
FOSS Roundup #5 - Time to Test (Ubuntu Flavors)
Welcome to the fifth edition of my Weekly FOSS Roundup! We’re half-way through the Ubuntu Testing Week (March 3-10) and it’s time to start getting involved. In other news, the Xubuntu Wallpaper contest is ongoing, and there’s some updates around Bluetooth and Xfce. Here’s the latest!
FOSS Roundup #4 - The Steamy Update
It’s the fourth edition of my Weekly FOSS Roundup! The hottest news this week is the Steam Deck, an Arch-based handheld Linux gaming console. If that’s too hot, cool down with the OSTree-based XfIce desktop. Once you’re comfortable, send the Xubuntu team your best wallpaper for a
FOSS Roundup #3 - Back at it with Xubuntu
It’s time for another Weekly (okay, almost) FOSS Roundup! Last week I was busy rolling out my new website. If you haven’t checked it out yet, head over to bluesabre.org and take a look! This week has been relatively quiet overall, but there are still some important
FOSS Roundup #1 - Exploits and Drivers and Wayland, Oh My!
Welcome to the first edition of my weekly FOSS roundup! This is the first in what I hope to be a regular weekly newsletter covering the latest, development-focused news from the free and open-source world. Join me every Sunday at 9 AM (ET) for coffee and Linux-flavored news. ☕ Polkit exploit