SILICON VALLEY (Factual Error) — Jono Bacon, who recently delivered a talk on Ubuntu at SCaLE is having a change of heart. Jono is asking the Linux community to ditch the Linux kernel and switch to XNU (X is not Unix) that’s used by Apple in Mac OS X operating system. Jono wrote on his personal blog,
But over the years, he has acquired new hobbies. In 2015 he was spotted flying in fighter jets, experiencing g-forces in between kernel releases. In the beginning of 2016 he gave us hint about another hobby: building RC cars:
Sometimes all those GNOME programming projects are driving me crazy.
Note that for that last item, I would use LaTeXila of course, so if there are some regressions due to some library changes (you perfectly know which library in particular I mean), I’ll probably become aware of the regressions and fix them. Without any guarantees, I repeat. So if someone wants to take over LaTeXila maintenance, I would be more than happy. In the condition that I can still recognize my old pet project afterwards and is still mostly bug-free.
Users of the Chakra GNU/Linux operating system were informed this past weekend by the project's maintainer Neofytos Kolokotronis of the availability of two essential software distributions for the rolling OS.
For the first time in a long time, Linux gamers have a reason to smile. Gaming on the open-source operating system has long meant dabbling in Wine and arcane workarounds, but ever since Valve launched Steam for Linux a year-and-a-half ago the number of native Linux games has positively exploded.