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  • Uget 2.0.4 (Download Manager) Is Now Available For All The Supported Ubuntu Systems Via PPA
  • Simple Image Resizer (SIR) 3.0 Brings A Few Changes Only

    As you may know, Simple Image Resizer (SIR) is an open source tool written in C++ and created via the Qt GUI toolkit, for batch resizing, rotating and converting images. Also, it has a feature for adding frames or text and apply color and gradient filters to the images, some functions to manipulate the histogram and works with multiple photos by splitting the tasks on the processors.

  • Atom 1.3.3 Has Been Released

    Atom is an open-source, multi-platform text editor developed by GitHub, having a simple and intuitive graphical user interface and a bunch of interesting features for writing: CSS, HTML, JavaScript and other web programming languages. Among others, it has support for macros, auto-completion a split screen feature and it integrates with the file manager.

  • Kobo firmware 3.19.5761 mega update (KSM, nickel patch, ssh, fonts)

    Since 3.18.0 there have been two new firmwares for the Kobo eInk devices. For the very recently released firmware release 3.19.5761 I have updated my collection of patches and features. As with previous mega-package, I prepared updates for all three hardwares, Mark4 (Glo), Mark5 (Aura), and Mark6 (GloHD), but only the one for Mark6 is tested by myself.

  • Telegram 0.9.18 Has Been Released

    Telegram Desktop is an open-source and cross-platform Telegram client for Linux. The client has support for notifications, sending messages and media files, and inserting emoji.

  • Telegram Desktop 0.9.18 Is Available For Ubuntu And Fedora Via PPA And COPR

    Telegram Desktop is an open-source and cross-platform Telegram client for Linux. The client has support for notifications, sending messages and media files, and inserting emoji.

    While the Telegram Desktop client is still under development, it allows the users to send and receive messages from the Linux desktop, has a feature for synching across all the supported platform, so you can read your mobile notifications from both the computer and your phone, without missing anything. Also, it has file transfer support and the users can create groups for up to 200 people and send broadcast messages. Unfortunately, support for sending voice messages has not been implemented yet, the users can only listen or download received voice messages.

  • High DPI with FLTK

    After switchig to a notebook with higher resolution monitor, I noticed, that the FLTK based ICC Examin application looked way too small. Having worked in the last months much with pixel independent resolutions in QML, it was a pain to see the non adapted FLTK GUI. I had the impression, that despite of several years of a very appreciated advancement of monitor technology, some parts of graphics stacks did not move and take advantage. So I became curious on how to solve high DPI support the hard way.

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Wine Announcement

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The Wine development release 1.9.1 is now available.

What's new in this release (see below for details):
- A few more deferred fixes.
- Support for debug registers on x86-64.
- More Shader Model 4 instructions.
- Support for the Mingw ARM toolchain.
- Various bug fixes.

The source is available from the following locations:

http://dl.winehq.org/wine/source/1.9/wine-1.9.1.tar.bz2
http://mirrors.ibiblio.org/wine/source/1.9/wine-1.9.1.tar.bz2

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  • AsioHeaders 1.11.0-1

    Making it easier to use C++ in R has been a really nice and rewarding side effect of the work on Rcpp. One really good idea came from something Jay Emerson, Michael Kane and had I kicked about for way too long: shipping Boost headers for easier use by R and CRAN packages (such as their family of packages around bigmemory). The key idea here is headers: Experienced C++ authors such as library writers can organise C++ code in such a way that one can (almost always) get by without any linking. Which makes deployment so much easier in most use cases, and surely also with R which knows how to set an include path.

  • Guvcview 2.0.3 (Open-Source Photo And Video Taking App) Has Been Released

    As you may know, Guvcview is an open source application, developed in GTK+, which enables the users to record videos or take photos via the webcam, set up the video and audio codecs to be used, or set the audio input.

  • Rhythmbox & iPhone sync - Improving
  • Enca 1.18

    It seems that I did mess it up with last version of Enca and it was not possible to install it without error. Now comes hotfix which fixes tat.

    If you don't know Enca, it is an Extremely Naive Charset Analyser. It detects character set and encoding of text files and can also convert them to other encodings using either a built-in converter or external libraries and tools like libiconv, librecode, or cstocs.

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  • Longing to bin Photoshop? Rock-solid GIMP a major leap forward

    Despite its relatively obscure version number, GIMP 2.9.2, released recently, represents a major leap forward for the popular image editing suite.

    Like all odd-numbered GIMP releases, 2.9.2 is considered a technical preview, but the features here will form the base of the stable release GIMP 2.10.

    In the mean time, I've found 2.9.2 to be very stable, though you will need to compile it yourself in most cases.

  • ownCloud 9 Will Be a Cool Release, Says Frank Karlitschek

    It looks like the ownCloud developers will have a great year in 2016, as the company's CTO, Mr. Frank Karlitschek, has just announced on his Twitter account that ownCloud 9 is shaping up really nicely and that it will be a cool release.

  • In Search of a Linux Calendar

    When all is said and done, a calendar app is a calendar app is a calendar app. Except for Sunrise’s propensity for sharing secrets with its cloud based parent calendar, there’s not a nickle’s difference between any of these apps; they all do the same thing in basically the same way. I’ve put my affinity for KOrganizer aside for the time being and have settled in with Lightening, mainly because of its tight integration with Thunderbird. Among other thing, that means I won’t have to remember to open it, as it’ll be there automatically as a tab on Thunderbird, so I might even find myself using it.

    I’m not uninstalling KOrganizer however. I might yet change my mind.

3 open source personal finance tools for Linux

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With the start of the new year, many people take this time to resolve to get a better handle on their personal finances. Whether this means making and sticking to a budget, reducing unnecessary expenses, or simply getting a better understanding of their financial situation, pretty much any approach to person finance is dependent on having a good idea of the numbers inside their bank accounts, where they come, and where they go.

Which tools allow you to take the best to approach organizing your finances depends a little bit on your situation. Do you primarily make purchases electronically, or do you rely heavily on cash? Is the archiving and organization of receipts going to be important for you come tax time? Do you operate a small business and need a more powerful tool which can manage the more complex finances of sales, customers, employees, and business expenses? Or do you use multiple currencies (perhaps BitCoin?) and want to keep track of those values as well?

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  • Git v2.7.0 released
  • Munin 3 packaging

    The Munin project is moving slowly closer to a Munin 3 release. In parallel, the Debian packaging is changing, too.

    The new web interface is looking much better than the traditional web-1.0 interface normally associated with munin.

  • 'Shotcut' Video Editor (4K Supported) 16.01 Version Released, Available for Ubuntu/Linux Mint via PPA

    Shotcut is an open-source, free and cross-platform video editing software for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows. Dan Dennedy, started Shotcut project in 2011 and it is developed on the MLT Multimedia Framework. Video editing has been never easy but Shotcut is an user-friendly and simple video editor that gives you tons of functions and features to edit/manage your videos with just mouse clicks, but do not under estimate this product because it has complex functions too that many paid product offers.

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  • Git 2.7 Released

    Junio Hamano announced the release this afternoon of Git 2.7.0, the latest stable version of this extremely popular, open-source version control system.

  • MKVToolNix 8.7.0 Open Source MKV Manipulation Tool Adds HEVC/H.265 Enhancements

    Moritz Bunkus had the pleasure of announcing the release of MKVToolNix 8.7.0, the next major version of the open source and cross-platform MKV (Matroska) manipulation software for Linux, Mac and Windows OSes.

  • Image Downloader 0.0.1 Is A Wget-Based Software For Downloading Photos From Websites

    As you may know, Image Downloader is a free and open-source software which is used for downloading photos from websites. It has recently received a graphical user interface, permitting the users to download photos even easier. The user has to add the link, select the target folder, where he wants to place the downloaded photo and press OK.

    Under the hood it uses wget to download the photos, has a system that prevents downloading a file more than once and displays both the thumbnail and the original picture.

  • Enca 1.17

    Last version of Enca has been released more than year ago and now it's time for new release. There are various compatibility fixes which have been committed to the Git repository meanwhile.

    If you don't know Enca, it is an Extremely Naive Charset Analyser. It detects character set and encoding of text files and can also convert them to other encodings using either a built-in converter or external libraries and tools like libiconv, librecode, or cstocs.

  • Git 2.7 Open Source Distributed Version Control System Is a Massive Release
  • BleachBit 1.10 Open Source System Cleaner Has Linux, Windows 10 and Firefox Improvements

    A new major release of the popular BleachBit open source system cleaner software used by numerous Linux and Windows users to keep their computers clean from junk at all times was made available for download recently.

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  • Some notes on fast grep

    This thread on the FreeBSD mailing discusses why GNU grep (that you get on Linux) is faster than the grep on FreeBSD. I thought I'd write up some notes on this.

  • podlators 4.04

    Now that I've fixed the major test suite problems with podlators, failure reports are now (mostly) useful. There's still the occasional failure to create a directory for temporary files, which I think is just a problem with the testing system, but Windows test failures revealed an actual test suite bug.

  • Babel 2.2 Released

    Today I have the pleasure to announce the release of Babel 2.2 – everybody’s favourite python internationalization library.

  • Firejail - Sandbox for Linux, wanna build a castle?

    Firejail seems like a robustly implemented, lightweight sandbox software that closely mimics its Windows counterparts, and frankly, for no good reason. The default security in most distros is good enough never to have to worry about any big security problems. And if you do, then the logical, linear translation of the problem is to borrow concepts from the Windows world. Which is wrong, of course.

    I am not sure how it really solves the non-existent security problem. I do like the approach, but it requires knowledge and tinkering, which takes away from what it's supposed to do in the first place. Still, ideology debate and effectiveness aside, if you believe you should be using a sandboxing program a-la EMET in Linux, then Firejail fits the bill. It's mostly plug-n-play, and, once properly set up, rather invisible. But it's not integrated into the repos yet, and that could cause problems down the road. Overall though, the concept has been realized quite well, and I did not have too many issues playing and testing. Firejail works as advertised, it's only the merit that's questionable. Still, if you enjoy this kind of game, then it sure will keep you happy and entertained.

  • ircb 0.1.1 released!

    Today, ircb gets 0.1.1 release.

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