January 23, 2021

Category: OpenSUSE News

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Introducing the openSUSE 2020 End of Year Survey

This year has been tough. But times of difficulties and challenges are also opportunities to reflect on where we come from, as a thriving global open-source community, and where we’re heading. As dust settles, we look back and remember all the good moments for openSUSE – as well as the more difficult ones – we’ve […]

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Mojolicious, PHP, grep update in Tumbleweed

Half a dozen openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots have been released since last week’s blog update for Geekos’ favorite rolling release. Six packages were updated in the most recent 20201202 snapshot. An updated keyring was signed and obsolete documentation macros were removed in the update of mtools 4.0.26, which is a collection of utilities to access MS-DOS […]

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Node.js, OpenSSL, Mesa Update in Tumbleweed

The past week has delivered two openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshot. Some of the package updates in the snapshots include newer versions of Node.js, OpenSSL, Mesa, Apparmor, ImageMagick and AutoYaST. The latest snapshot, 20201021, is trending stable at a 98 rating on the Tumbleweed snapshot reviewer. This snapshot updated Mozilla Thunderbird to version 78.3.3 and improved support […]

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Introducing the Open Build Service Connector

The Open Build Service Connector extension brings the Open Build Service into Visual Studio Code! Everything Starts With a Bookmark That’s right. The Open Build Service Connector is built around bookmarks of packages and projects. Bookmarks can be used to browse a project, its packages and its files. Additionally, you can view the configured repositories […]

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Find out more about the openSUSE + LibreOffice Conference

The openSUSE + LibreOffice Conference organizers are thrilled to begin the conference and hope everyone has a great time. To get attendees more accustomed to the event, we are publishing some resources and info that will help people joining this year’s conference. Registration for the conference began yesterday on oslo.gonogo.live. The Schedule for the event […]

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Thunderbird, grep, systemd Update in Tumbleweed

Systemd 246.6, grep 3.5 and Mozilla Thunderbird 78.3.1 became available in openSUSE Tumbleweed this week. Four snapshots have been released so far this month. The most recent snapshot, 20201007, brought a new version update of the general purpose parser bison 3.7.2, which fixed all known Bison Common Vulnerabilities and Exposure related to the bison program […]

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Tumbleweed Gets New KDE Frameworks, systemd

KDE Frameworks 5.74.0 and systemd 246.4 became available in openSUSE Tumbleweed after two respective snapshots were released this week. Hypervisor Xen, libstorage-ng, which is a C++ library used by YaST, and text editor vim were also some of the packages update this week in Tumbleweed. The most recent snapshot released is 20200919. KDE Frameworks 5.74.0 […]

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