One regular reader of this blog contacted me a few days ago to share a few suggestions and some concerns about the LibreOffice project. I did not agree with many of the points he was making, but a few of them made sense. I’d like to discuss the main one, because I think there is no clear cut answer about it even inside the LibreOffice project.
Tweak Fedora 22 Linux with the Powerful and User-Friendly Fedy Utility
The Fedy open source graphical utility that helps Fedora Linux users tweak their installations has recently been updated with a revamped user interface and support for the Fedora 22 distro.
Contain(er-ize) yourself, it's Intel Clear Linux
Intel explains that its aim was NOT to make 'yet another general-purpose Linux distribution'; and so, as such, while it has included 'many' software components from the OpenStack Foundation, but it chose (among other decisions to cull) not to include a GUI or printing support.
Yet Another OpenGL 4.5 Extension Is Nearing Completion In Mesa
While Mesa still is only officially at OpenGL 3.3 compliance, a lot of OpenGL 4.x extensions continue to be worked on by open-source developers interested in advancing the free software graphics drivers.