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New Release Audacity 3.6

support.audacityteam.org Audacity 3.6 | Audacity Support

Audacity 3.6 was released on 16 July 2024, together with Muse Hub 2.0.

Audacity 3.6 | Audacity Support
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webkit.org Private Browsing 2.0

When we invented Private Browsing back in 2005, our aim was to provide users with an easy way to keep their browsing private from anyone who shared the same device.

Private Browsing 2.0
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New Blender Release 4.2 LTS

www.blender.org 4.2 LTS — blender.org

The first LTS release of the 4.x series is a keeper.

4.2 LTS — blender.org
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qa.blog.documentfoundation.org LibreOffice 24.8 RC1 is available for testing - LibreOffice QA Blog

LibreOffice 24.8 will be released as final at the end of August, 2024 ( Check the Release Plan ) being LibreOffice 24.8 Release Candidate 1 (RC1) the third pre-release since the development of version 24.8 started in mid June, 2023. Since the previous release, LibreOffice 24.8 Beta1, 243 commits hav...

LibreOffice 24.8 RC1 is available for testing - LibreOffice QA Blog
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How to Use the gpasswd Command on Linux

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GNOME 47 Alpha Desktop Environment Released with Support for Accent Colors

9to5linux.com GNOME 47 Alpha Desktop Environment Released with Support for Accent Colors - 9to5Linux

GNOME 47 Alpha is now available for public testing with support for accent colors, Wayland improvements, and many other changes.

GNOME 47 Alpha Desktop Environment Released with Support for Accent Colors - 9to5Linux
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New Release OBS Studio 30.2

github.com Release OBS Studio 30.2 · obsproject/obs-studio

If you would like to support the OBS Project, please consider contributing to our Patreon or Open Collective! NoteNVIDIA users may need to update their GPU drivers to 531.61 (Windows) / 530.41.03 (...

Release OBS Studio 30.2 · obsproject/obs-studio
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GNOME Bug Bounty Program

yeswehack.com GNOME Bug Bounty Program bug bounty program - YesWeHack

GNOME Bug Bounty Program bug bounty program details

GNOME Bug Bounty Program bug bounty program - YesWeHack

geteilt von: https://lemdro.id/post/10542703

> From €500 to €10,000 depending on criticality. > For now only GLib is in scope but we will expand the list of modules and advertise as the program grows. > > If you are a GNOME or freedesktop module maintainer and would like your module to join the pilot program; please get in touch. > > In partnership with YesWeHack and Sovereign Tech Fund. > > See Bug Resilience Program.

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GNOME 46.3 Desktop Environment Released with Various Improvements

9to5linux.com GNOME 46.3 Desktop Environment Released with Various Improvements - 9to5Linux

GNOME 46.3 is now available as the third maintenance update to the GNOME 46 desktop environment series with bug fixes and improvements.

GNOME 46.3 Desktop Environment Released with Various Improvements - 9to5Linux
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blog.documentfoundation.org LibreOffice design, UX and UI updates – TDF’s Annual Report 2023 - The Document Foundation Blog

Design has been one of the major focus points of LibreOffice in the last few years, and the Design community has produced new icon sets, new MIME type icons, a hugely improved dark mode, and improvements to the NotebookBar (This is part of The Document Foundation’s Annual Report for 2023 – we’ll pos...

LibreOffice design, UX and UI updates – TDF’s Annual Report 2023 - The Document Foundation Blog
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New release Thunderbird 128 "Nebula"

blog.thunderbird.net Willkommen bei Thunderbird 128 "Nebula"

Thunderbird 128 "Nebula" bringt erhebliche Verbesserungen unseres Codes, der Stabilität und der allgemeinen Benutzerfreundlichkeit mit sich. Finden Sie heraus, was es Neues im Inneren gibt!

Willkommen bei Thunderbird 128 "Nebula"
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Learn X in Y Minutes Where X=bash
  • Very cool. Thank you. I really love such compressed sheets. Also this time I learned something.

  • Luminance 1.1.0 released with GTK4
  • I didn't see the previous one and now I hesitate to delete this one with the existing comments.

  • Resources 1.5, a system monitoring application, has been released
  • Changes in version 1.5.0

    Resources 1.5 has landed and brings with it monitoring for batteries along with the usual bug fixes and improvements. Enjoy!

    🐛 Bug fixes

    • If the Processes view was the last opened view and the “Show search fields on launch” setting was enabled, the search bar was not automatically focused
    • Graphs in the sidebar were reset when a drive or network interface was added or removed
    • App icons were not shown for user-wide installed Flatpaks
    • The calculated amount of logical CPUs was wrong for systems with multiple CPU sockets

    ✨ New features

    • Resources can now monitor connected batteries
    • CPU usage normalization can now be toggled off
    • Total read and write stats for drives

    📈 Improvements

    • Graph colors have been revamped to avoid low contrast situations and improve consistency within views
    • Some keyboard shortcuts were changed to avoid clashes with standard shortcuts
    • More stability when performance statistics could not be determined
    • Some entries in the settings dialog now have subtitles
    • If a drive has no model name, its block device name will now be shown in the titlebar
    • Small accessibility improvements
  • darktable 4.8.0 released
  • I added a description.

  • ONLYOFFICE 8.1 released
  • Thanks. Fixed

  • GIMP 2.10.38 Released with Much-Requested Backports of GTK3 Features
  • I thought they have renamed it one day from GTK+ Gimp Tool Kit to Gnome Tool Kit, but I do not find this anymore. Imho Gnome Toolkit would be at least much more appropriate…

  • Apple ecosystem is overrated, welcome to the gnome ecosystem 🤓
  • There is an other video of the oneplus 6t which really looks smooth: https://ohai.social/@panpantepan/112343499057684861

    I really look forward when Gnome for mobile will be stable 💓

  • #144 Better Printing · This Week in GNOME
  • Actually it's created in Lemmy and then federated to the Fediverse/Mastodon

  • Any good Linux Tablet recommendations?
  • Yes, looks indeed expensive :-(

  • #142 Portalled Nautilus · This Week in GNOME
  • I guess, it's for people who prefer having types.

  • GNOME 46 beta Released
  • Ah, thanks. Let me correct it.