Full Circle #98 has arrived!

  Full Circle – the independent magazine for the Ubuntu Linux community are proud to announce the release of our ninety-eighth issue. This month: * Command & Conquer * How-To : Conky Reminder, LibreOffice, and Programming JavaScript * Graphics : Inkscape. * Chrome Cult * Linux Labs: Midnight Commander * Ubuntu Phones * Review: Saitek Pro Flight System *

Treasure Hunter – Summer Raffle

Win a baby tortoise pet, an animated sand cape, a crab transmogrification hat and more!

BTS Video – RuneLabs June

Waterfall fishing | Seren Quest | Halloween | Podcast – Here be Dragons | Q&A Recap

Treasure Hunter – Advanced Pulse Cores

Bigger, better and more beneficial to you – extra-fast Bonus XP with advanced pulse cores!

17 alternatives to your default image viewer on Fedora

Is the default image viewer in your desktop environment just not working the way you want? need more features (or maybe something simpler) from an image viewer? Well, you are in luck, as there is no shortage of choices when… Continue Reading →

RuneFest 2015 – Save the Date

Get ready for the biggest RuneScape event of the year on 3rd October!

Adamant and Rune Dragons

New dragons, fresh from RuneLabs | More bank boosters | This week’s streams | Competition winners

Wine 1.7.45 Released

The Wine development release 1.7.45 is now available.
What’s new in this release:

Better debugging support on 64-bit Mac OS X.
Some more progress on DirectWrite implementation.
A number of RichEd…

Nutanix Ratchets Up Competition With VMware

Nutanix on Wednesday announced its Xtreme Computing Platform, challenging VMware’s virtual machine software dominance. Nutanix’s XCP comes about one year after VMware introduced its own hyperconverged storage software, which offered customers an alternative to Nutanix’s offering at the time. Nutanix has a 52 percent market share in the hyperconverged infrastructure market.

GNOME: Students are busy improving GNOME this summer

GNOME is once again participating as a mentoring organization in Google of Summer Code (GSoC), which provides stipends for students to work on Free Software projects over the summer.

GSoC students will work on many improvements to GNOME, including: an image viewing widget for GTK+, additional event sources for GNOME Shell’s time and date menu and improvements to the Java ATK-Wrapper (with the aim to make the Orca Screen Reader fully function with Java apps).

GNOME is also participating in the summer round of Outreachy. Our intern for this period will be working with Jim Hall to conduct usability testing.

This summer’s students will be regularly posting to Planet GNOME, so stay tuned for updates.

GNOME is only be able to offer these internships thanks to Google and the sponsors of Outreachy. We wish the interns the best of luck with their projects!

Wesnoth 1.13.0: Development Release

The first release of the new development series, Wesnoth 1.13.0, is now available. Check the forum thread for a list of the most notable changes in this version.
As on previous occasions, we also offer two versions of the changelog: a trimmed-down players changelog including only those items considered to be relevant in regular gameplay, and a more technical full changelog for enthusiasts and content creators. Be warned that both changelogs are extremely long this time around, since this is the very first development release in the series and many changes have piled up since 1.12 beta 2 (version 1.11.11) was released.
The source code and the Windows installer are already available on the downloads page. You may also find packages for other platforms there as they become available.
Bear in mind that this is a development version — as such, it is likely to include a lot of new bugs, some of which are already listed in the release notes. If you encounter other issues, make sure to report them to us so they can be fixed for future releases.
You may comment on this release in the forums.

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Wesnoth 1.12.2: Maintenance Release & Security Advisory

Wesnoth 1.12.2 is now available. This is a maintenance release for the stable 1.12.x series including a critical security fix, as well as an assortment of other bug fixes and improvements over version 1.12.1. We urge users of all previous versions to u…

Wesnoth 1.12.1: Maintenance Release

Wesnoth 1.12.1 is now available. This is a maintenance release for the stable 1.12.x series and, as such, it delivers an assortment of bug fixes and other improvements over version 1.12.0. Check the forum thread for a list of the most notable changes i…

Treasure Hunter – New Skilling Add-Ons

Upgrade your skilling headgear get free items, teleports and passive benefits!

Fedora leadership openings, F23 change plans, updates and apps, and Venom

Fedora Leadership nominations open Jan Kirik, the Fedora Program Manager as of this week, announced the call for nominations for positions on FESCo, the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee and for one of the elected postions on the Fedora Council, our… Continue Reading →

Auto Grade Linux Steers Closer to an In-Car Infotainment Standard

Automotive Grade Linux on Monday announced the industry’s first open in-vehicle infotainment, or IVI, software specification requirements. The release of AGL Requirements Specification 1.0 is a major milestone. It moves the auto industry toward adoption of a de facto platform that uses open source development methodologies to create a safe and reliable connected-car experience.

June Update for KDE Applications 15.04

KDE App Dragons
Today, the KDE Community is happy to announce the release of KDE Applications 15.04.2.
More than 30 recorded bugfixes include improvements to Gwenview, Kate, Kdenlive, the Kontact Suite, Konsole, Marble, KGpg, Kig, the KDE Telepathy cal…

GNOME Foundation: Minutes of the Board Meeting of May, 15th, 2015

= Minutes for Friday, May 15th, 2015, 16:00 UTC =

== Attending ==
* Rosanna Yuen
* Marina Zhurakhinskaya
* Jeff Fortin
* Tobias Mueller
* Ekaterina Gerasimova
* Karen Sandler
* Sriram Ramkrishna

== Regrets ==

== Missing ==
* Andrea Veri

== …

Firefox Puts You in Control of Your Online Life

We created Firefox to give people choice and control of their Web experience and we’re always adding more ways to personalize your Firefox. Firefox is made by a non-profit organization and a global community dedicated to Mozilla’s mission of promoting … Continue reading

Tuska-pocalypse | Streams and Q&As

Would you survive Tuska’s wrath? Take our quiz to find out! See the week’s streaming and Q&A schedule, too.