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Ubuntu 21.04 Release Date & Planned Features

While development on Ubuntu 21.04 is still (somewhat) early, rumours are already circling about what to expect from the release that Ubuntu developers have dubbed the “Hirsute Hippo”. In this post we rundown everything we know so far, including when Ubuntu 21.04 will be released, how long it’ll be supported for, and what kind of new features and key changes its likely to include. Read more

KDE Plasma 5.21: Everything You Need to Know

KDE Plasma 5.21 is out and in a Beta way. Just because we are dealing with a Beta version of this Linux-based desktop environment does not imply we shouldn’t be at the edge of our seats. It is a test, and every test needs a pass mark. That is why the Linux community exists; to approve all running tests. Plasma 5.21 Beta has not lost its pretty UI touch. All its Beta upgrades we will discuss are redirected towards improving the usability index of every Linux user that fancy it. Read more

Linux Weekly Roundup: Kernel 5.10.10, Plasma 5.21 Beta and More

Here's this week's (ending Jan 24, 2021) roundup series, curated for you from the Linux and the open-source world on application updates, new releases, distribution updates, major news, and upcoming highlights. Have a look. Read more

More Videos/Audiocasts/Shows: Linux Action News, GNU World Order, Open Source Security and More

  • Linux Action News 173

    Why we don't think Red Hat's expanded developer program is enough, our reaction to Ubuntu sticking with an older Gnome release, and a tiny delightful surprise.

  • GNU World Order 390

    **vbetool** , **Vim** , plus **vorbis-tools** , including **ogg123** , **oggdec** and **oggenc** , **ogginfo** , **vcut** , and **vorbiscomment**.

  • Episode 255 – What if security wasn’t joyless? – Open Source Security

    Josh and Kurt talk about what we can stop doing. We take a position of asking “does it spark joy” for tools and infrastructure. Everyone is doing something they should stop.

  • Attention Arch Users! Replace 'Yay' With 'Paru'. - YouTube

    Are you an Arch Linux user? Do you install packages from the AUR? Do you use the Yay AUR helper? If so, know this--yay isn't really maintained anymore. Instead, it is recommended that you install paru as a replacement for yay.