289: Linux Action News
20 April 2023
What we like about Fedora 38, why the Rust foundation is in hot water, and more.
- Announcing Fedora Linux 38 — The Fedora Linux 38 release is here! With this release, we’re starting a new on-time streak. In fact, we’re ready a week early!
- What’s new in Fedora Workstation 38
- Rust Foundation apologizes for trademark policy confusion — The Rust Foundation on Monday apologized for confusion caused by the organization’s proposed trademark policy changes.
- A note on the Trademark Policy Draft
- Rust Foundation - Rust Trademark Policy Draft Revision
- Canonical Livepatch gets even better — Now supporting Hardware Enablement Kernels.
- Proton 8.0-1 Published With More Game Support — Proton 8.0-1 is the much awaited re-base of Proton against the Wine 8.0 state
- Pierre-Loup Griffais on Twitter — “Proton 8.0 is now available with many changes. Our biggest rebase to date! Note: it requires a GPU with Vulkan 1.3 support. Experimental-8.0 will follow sometime this week.
- LFNW Call for Papers — We invite you to submit your proposal to speak at LFNW2023! We’re seeking both experienced technical presenters, as well as first-timers to present to a hybrid audience.
- LinuxFest Northwest 2023
- In letter to EU, open source bodies say Cyber Resilience Act could have ‘chilling effect’ on software development — Penalties for non-compliance may include fines of up to €15 million, or 2.5% of global turnover.
- Cyber Resilience Act