First of all, a great channel to follow and where all this is from: https://youtube.com/watch/...

It listed a lot of open source news I missed myself and I'm sure others did too, for those that are too lazy to watch the video or open the description, I've stripped away the links and "X version got released" just to give an idea of what he covers.


GNOME and KDE announced they would work together on building better Linux desktops at Linux App Summit.

XRDesktop, a VR enabled Linux desktop, will allow you to use your Linux programs while wearing your VR headset.

Responding to the european commission's fines, Google announced that it would allow other search engines to be present at Android's setup.

Manjaro will allow users to pick between FreeOffice, Libre Office, or no office suite at all.

The Igalia team announced that they are working to make Pitivi compatible with Final Cut Pro X

Microsoft might be bringing its Teams software to Linux.

Martin Wimpress from the Canonical SnapCraft team gave an interview to TechRepublic, on Snaps

A discussion took place on how to improve Linux desktop performance in low ram scenarios.

A KDE vulnerability has been outed publicly before notifying the developers.

Nvidia has open sourced a bunch of documentation for its GPUs

Linux Journal announced they would cease their publication.

Kdenlive 19.08 has been released, bringing 3 point editing and a bunch of keyboard shortcuts

The Linux on Dex project now allows to run Ubuntu 16.04 LTS on a samsung smartphone.

According to protondb, we passed the 6000 playable games mark, out of 9 thousand for which users have created a report

GNOME Feeds has been released on flathub, a simple app to read RSS feeds on GNOME

The enlightenment desktop released its first version in 2 years, enlightenment 0.23.0.

Linux celebrated its 28th birthday

Microsoft announced that they would bring exFAT support to the linux kernel.

Thundebird 68 was released with an interface redesign

Collabora has published an update on their work on viglrenderer, a solution to emulate a gpu while using a virtual machine through Qemu.

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