- PulseAudio 7.1 Released With Better Xonar Sound Card Support
PulseAudio 7.1 Sound Server Released with Better Support for Xonar Cards
Arun Raghavan from the PulseAudio project has had the pleasure of announcing the immediate availability for download and testing of the first point release of the PulseAudio 7 open-source sound server.
GStreamer 1.6.1 Open Source Multimedia Framework Has Numerous Improvements
The developers of the open source GStreamer multimedia framework have announced a few hours ago the release and immediate availability for download of the first maintenance version of the GStreamer 1.6 series.
- denemo @ Savannah: Version 2.0 is out
- FreeIPMI 1.4.11 Released
MPV 0.12.0 Video Player Changes the Default Format for youtube-dl, Supports Wayland
The developers of the open source, MPlayer-based MPV video player software have announced the release and immediate availability for download of version 0.12.0.
Veeam Announces Back Up and Replication Support for Linux Machines
If you are a systems administrator and you are tasked with ensuring your systems have a backup and replication process, Veeam is likely in your arsenal of tools.
Vivaldi Web Browser Gets Halloween Release, Improves Tabs Unstacking on Restart
The Vivaldi developers, through Olafur Arnason and Ruarí Ødegaard, have announced the release of two consecutive Snapshots of the upcoming Vivaldi web browser for all supported operating systems.
Christian Hergert has shared a blog post with some of his plans for what he hopes to accomplish during the GNOME 3.20 cycle with regard to his GNOME Builder integrated development environment.
GNOME Builder continues to be to GNOME as KDevelop is to KDE. GNOME Builder so far has supported features like extensive inline code completion, quick file access, code assistance, integrated GNOME/GTK document viewing, live markdown previews, and many other features. If you are not familiar with the current state of GNOME Builder, see the GNOME Wiki.
The Fedora KDE community has been dealt a blow today with one of the co-maintainers of the Fedora KDE packages resigning from those duties along with his roles relating to the Fedora KDE special interest group.
Kevin Kofler, who has long been involved in KDE packaging for Fedora and advancing KDE on Fedora, he is stepping down from their KDE SIG and from co-maintaining all of the Qt/KDE packages he maintains for the distribution -- except for the few packages he is the upstream maintainer of in the KDE world.