Debian 8.1 is planned for release on next Saturday.
Debian developers are aiming to have Debian 8.1, the first point release to "Jessie", out on 6 June.
Adam Barratt confirmed the imminent Debian 8.1 plans via this mailing list post from Sunday.
Meanwhile, Debian 9.0 "Stretch" remains under development as the next major version of the operating system.
Can Open-Source 3D Printing Make Custom Prostheses Affordable?
One exciting thing about 3D-printed prostheses is that the designs are all freely available open source and constantly evolving. Holmes-Siedle is particularly interested in tensioning, and the fishing wire that acts as tendons in the prosthetic hands. He made some changes to the basic design of Joe’s hand and within minutes of sharing his new designs online, other volunteers around the world were printing, testing and giving feedback on the adjustment. He’s now working on a new revision based on what he’s learned.
Using Raspberry Pi to get teens involved in open source
At the end of last month, I had the unique opportunity to participate with a few of my work colleagues on the US2020 RTP STEM EXPO. About 500 students from North Carolina interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) showed up to the event. My colleagues and I gathered around a couple of tables and chatted with students, teachers, administrators, and parents about open source, open hardware, and programming.
Jolla Pushes BRICS Partnerships To Target Android In Emerging Markets
Finnish mobile upstart Jolla, whose linux-based Sailfish OS is marketed as a more flexible alternative to the dominant platforms of Android and iOS, is stepping up its push to win friends and influence mobile users in the BRICS cluster of emerging markets — ahead of the release of Sailfish 2.0 this summer, which will be the first version of its OS that OEMs can license.