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  • Google announces another three games confirmed for Stadia

    As Google continue to build up Stadia, they're gradually announcing more games coming and we have another three smaller indie titles now confirmed.

    The first is Cake Bash, arriving on October 15 which is a four player party game where assorted forms of cake beat each other up. It sounds pretty amusing.

  • Nuno Pinheir: Week log O¹

    In a nutshell, did some stuff, then done it again was happy with parts of it, and finaly ended the week on a positive note with a talk on QtCon brazil 2020

  • Maui Weekly Report 6

    Today, we bring you a new report on the Maui Project progress.

  • Linux Weekly Roundup #97

    We had another exciting week in the world of Linux Releases with the releases of, Enso 0.4, KaOS 2020.09, EndeavourOS 2020.09.20, Linux Lite 5.2-rc1, Bluestar 5.8.10, and Debian 10.6.

  • Stream details, video details and come help out!

    The schedule for the conference has been published for the conference and can be found in the CFP system. Please check out all the great talks we have!

  • Norbert Preining: Cinnamon for Debian – imminent removal from testing

    I have been more or less maintaining Cinnamon now for quite some time, but using it only sporadically due to my switch to KDE/Plasma. Currently, Cinnamon’s cjs package depends on mozjs52, which also is probably going to be orphaned soon. This will precipitate a lot of changes, not the least being Cinnamon being removed from Debian/testing.

  • Cherrytree

    There is a new application available for Sparkers: Cherrytree

  • What is Odoo? Odoo, More than an ERP Software

    What is Odoo? Odoo is open source business management software. Odoo is web based software. Odoo, formerly known as OpenERP, was a traditional ERP player. In this article, we are going to see Odoo is really more than an ERP Software.

    Things started to change for OpenERP as they built a network of 500+ partners worldwide. In 2013, they beheld 2.000.000 users worldwide backed by a robust open-source community.

  • Microsoft issues warning about actively exploited Zerologon vulnerability in Windows

    It is just days since the CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) issued an emergency warning about a critical Windows vulnerability. Now Microsoft has issued a warning that the vulnerability is being actively exploited and the company is "actively tracking threat actor activity".

    The Netlogon EoP vulnerability (CVE-2020-1472) is concerning not just because of its severity, but because of the fact that it can be exploited in a matter of seconds. The security issue affects Windows Server 2008 and above, and enables an attacker to gain admin control of a domain.

  • ARDC sponsors the Reproducible Builds project

    The Reproducible Builds project is pleased to announce a donation from Amateur Radio Digital Communications (ARDC) in support of its goals. ARDC’s contribution will propel the Reproducible Builds project’s efforts in ensuring the future health, security and sustainability of our increasingly digital society.

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Linux 5.10.8 Kernel Released - Finally Fixes That Btrfs Performance Regression

Linux 5.10.8 is out today as the latest stable release for the Linux 5.10 LTS series. Making this point release notable is that it finally addresses the 5.10 Btrfs performance regression. As noted back on Christmas, Linux 5.10 was seeing significant slowdowns on Btrfs. For simply unpacking a Linux kernel source .tar.zst file it could easily take multiple times longer on this stable kernel version. While patches for addressing this poor Btrfs behavior on Linux 5.10 were floating around since before the end of the year, it's taken until now to get them tested and queued up for mainline integration. Linux 5.11 meanwhile has a plethora of Btrfs improvements. Read more Also: Better Microsoft Surface Support Is On The Way With Linux 5.12