FOSS Weekly #23.45: Fedora 39, LibreOffice Version Control, Best Linux Websites, eBPF and More

Fedora 39 is finally released. As the ‘tradition’ goes with Fedora, this release also got delayed by almost 4 weeks due to last-minute bugs. That’s okay, I believe. It’s better to be late than broken.

Existing Fedora 37 or 38 users can easily upgrade to the newer version. You can refer to this tutorial, if you need help.

💬 Let’s see what you get in this edition of FOSS Weekly:

  • A new Garuda Linux release.
  • Audacity 3.4 released with new features.
  • 8 handpicked websites that Linux users should know of.
  • And other Linux news, videos, Puzzles and, of course, memes!

📰 Linux news

After some delays, Fedora 39 is finally available now.

Fedora 39 Release Debuts With a New Immutable VariantFedora 39 release packs in exciting changes and refinements.

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🧠 What we’re thinking about

Vivo has unveiled a new Rust-based operating system for a diverse set of configurations.

Vivo Unveils BlueOS, Based On Rust Language, Making Debut With Vivo Watch 3 | SPARROWS NEWSAt the 2023 Vivo Developer Conference, the tech giant unveiled its cutting-edge operating system, BlueOS, alongside the latest iteration of OriginOS for

🧮 Linux Tips, Tutorials and More

Here’s how you can track the changes and save multiple versions of your document for a better collaborative experience on LibreOffice.

Tracking Changes and Version Management with LibreOfficeHere’s how you can track the changes and save multiple versions of your document for a better collaborative experience on LibreOffice.

Want an aquarium inside your terminal? 🐟

Using Asciiquarium for Aquarium in Linux TerminalHere’s a tiny CLI tool to add an aquarium in your Linux terminal.

A list of useful websites that Linux user should know.

8 Websites Linux Users Should Have bookmarkedHere’s the list of my favorite Linux websites. Perhaps you’ll like them too.

📹 What we are watching

A documentary film on eBPF, a powerhouse technology that enables developers to run programs inside the Linux kernel without making changes to the kernel or loading other technology.

✨ Application highlights

May I interest you in an AI-powered 2D vector graphics editor?

An Open Source Web-Based AI-Powered Vector Graphics Editor: Wait, What? 🤯Graphite is an interesting upcoming vector graphics editor. Learn more about it.

🧩 New quizzes

From C to Python, can you correctly guess these creators of famous programming languages?

Guess the Legendary CodersA simple quiz that challenges to identify the creator of the famous programming languages.

And a fun word search puzzle to find the full forms of the popular Linux tools.

Puzzle of the Week: Word Search 05: Find the Full FormsExercise those ‘little gray cells’ of yours and solve this puzzle.

💡 Quick handy tip

The Eyedropper tool in Firefox allows you to select colors from the current web page. It won’t work outside the current tab.

Eyedropper tool in Firefox

🤣 Meme of the week

Oh, the horrors! 👻

🗓️ Tech Trivia

On November 5, 2007, Google introduced the Android platform. The mobile operating system for cell phones based on a Linux Kernel needs no introduction today.

Also, on 6th November, Fedora turned 20.

🧑‍🤝‍🧑 FOSSverse corner

FOSSers are commemorating some really cool things from the FOSS world.

All Souls Day ThoughtsThere is a long history of this special day, when we should remember our departed friends and of course, consider our own situation. We all embrace tradition, in its various forms, because it means giving a voice to our ancestors. In the FOSS world, the same applies. Old computers, and old…

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