Paul Davis from the Ardour development team had the great pleasure of announcing today, April 18, the release of Ardour 4.0, a major version that includes a number of new features, numerous bug fixes, and dozens of improvements.
It’s a dark and stormy night as you make your way to a small American town. A flash of lightning illuminates the sky to reveal a zombie in the middle of the road, causing you to wreck your car and leaving you stranded. Now you must escape from a zombie apocalypse while finding out who’s responsible and stopping them for good in Trapped Dead: Lockdown, a hack & slash RPG for Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Android has a large, vibrant ecosystem of applications. From Heartstone to Plex to Twitter, Google Play is home to over 1.5 million mobile apps, according to AppBrain.
Wouldn't it be great to run all these apps on your computer, too? Now you can, thanks to Android Runtime for Chrome.
WhatsApp Android app has undergone a complete makeover. The new version sports a material design with several changes. The new design gives a refreshing look to one of the most used chat platform. Starting from the layout, the new design pays attention to minute details which makes the app look good.
ChromeOS 42.0.2311.87 (Official Build) (64-bit) – A brief look
ChromeOS is a crafty devil. If you are not paying attention you can miss the fact that you’ve received an update. Its a little like a dog near to a buffet table, turn away and it will have a cake off there and carry on as normal without you being any the wiser.
I decided to pen a few thoughts on the latest build which has found its way through the interwebs and landed on my HP 14″. When I say land, the image I’d like to convey is not so much a smooth journey opening up a wealth of treats but more of a thump and an exercise in wasting my time.
These are the things I’ve noticed within the first few hours of the update. There will be more.
Ten lessons from Open Source Open Society 2015
There’s a dark underside to open source culture. Chris Kelly from GitHub says because anyone can take part in open source, the door is open to assholes (he’s American, I’d prefer to say arseholes). That includes bullying white men with a sense of entitlement. Things often end up argumentative.
He says this culture can frighten off outsiders, only a few women coders work in open source and the movement is missing out on the benefits of diversity. There’s a clear need to deal with this and to improve communications between people working in open source.
OnePlus One Ubuntu Touch to Get MultiROM Manager Support
The OnePlus One Ubuntu Touch port is doing great, and a lot of work is being put into it. In fact, it looks like this platform will soon be supported MultiROM Manager, a powerful application that allows users to install easily the operating system from Canonical.