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A new LibreOffice strategic marketing plan

LWN recently covered the effort within the LibreOffice project to find ways to support the companies doing the bulk of the development work. The project has now posted a revised marketing plan [PDF] with a number of changes, including the remov… Continue Reading — A...

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GNOME Opens an Official Merch Shop

GNOME fans can now buy t-shirts, hoodies, and even socks bearing the famous logo through a new, dedicated online store. We take a look at what’s on offer… This post, GNOME Opens an Official Merch Shop is from OMG! Ubuntu!. Do not reproduce elsewhere without permission. ...

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Introducing Amazon Interactive Video Service (Amazon IVS)

Amazon Interactive Video Service (Amazon IVS) is a managed live streaming solution that is quick and easy to set up, and ideal for creating interactive video experiences. Send your live streams to Amazon IVS using standard streaming software like Open … Continue Reading — Introducing...

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[$] What’s new in Lua 5.4

Lua version 5.4 was released at the end of June; it is the fifteenth major version of the lightweight scripting language since its creation in 1993. New in 5.4 is a generational mode for the garbage collector, which performs better for programs … Continue Reading...

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New digital courses on disaster recovery and migration to the AWS Cloud

We’re excited to announce two digital courses, CloudEndure Disaster Recovery Technical Training and CloudEndure Migration Training – Technical. These courses will teach you technology features, best practices, and implementation steps to build disaster… Continue Reading — New digital courses on disaster recovery and migration to...

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Mozilla VPN Goes Live …But Not For Linux Users

Mozilla’s VPN service has officially launched in six countries, including the UK but users can’t yet use the tech, which costs $4.99 a month, on Linux. This post, Mozilla VPN Goes Live …But Not For Linux Users is from OMG! Ubuntu!. Do not reproduce elsewhere without...

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Fluent Bit supports Amazon Elasticsearch as a destination to route container logs

Customers using container services including Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS), Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Services (EKS), or self-managed Kubernetes can now send their container logs to Amazon Elasticsearch using the Fluent Bit log router. Fluent … Continue Reading — Fluent Bit supports Amazon Elasticsearch as a...

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