94: Linux Action News
24 February 2019
Linus pops another hype bubble, we go hands on with the new OnionShare, and some insights into Redis labs changing its license... Again.
- KDE is adding Matrix to its instant messaging infrastructure — KDE is adopting non-proprietary and decentralized instant messaging services and is now running its own community-managed instance of Matrix.
- Matrix the basis for France’s Secure Instant Messenger app
- Interview with Matthew Hodgson: Matrix in the French State
- New Release: OnionShare 2 — OnionShare is an open source tool for securely and anonymously sending and receiving files using Tor onion services.
- Redis Labs changes its open-source license — again — “Some cloud providers have repeatedly taken advantage of successful opensource projects, without significant contributions to their communities.”
- Arm unveils new Neoverse chips for data centers — Arm claims that the design provides as much as 2.5 times more processing power for certain server workloads than the previous Cortex-A72 architecture.
- GCC 9 Compiler Support For The Arm Neoverse N1 + E1
- Linus’ doubts
- Intel Confirms Apple Macs Will Switch to Arm CPUs by 2020, Says Report
- Wine Developers Release Hangover Alpha — Hangover 0.4 is the first (alpha) release from this project for running x86/x86_64 Windows programs now on 64-bit ARM Linux distributions.
- Linux Academy - Full Stack Ruby on Rails Developer (Remote)