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This Week in Linux News: Russia Announces Switch to Linux, Outdated Fight for the Linux Desktop, & More

This week in Linux news, Russia announces a possible switch to Linux, Jack Wallen ponders the inconsequence of the Linux Desktop in 2016, and more! Get up-to-date on the Latest Linux news with our weekly digest.

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US Air Force's Secure LPS (Lightweight Portable Security) Linux OS Gets Updated

Lightweight Portable Security (LPS), a thin Linux kernel-based operating system that creates a secure end node from trusted media on almost any PC, has been updated recently to version 1.6.4. Being built by the US Air Force, LPS has been designed with one purpose in mind: to be as secure...

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Lennart Poettering Announces the Release of systemd 229 for all Linux OSes

It has been three long months since systemd 228 was released to the open-source community, and today we're glad to inform you that the controversial software received a new major update...

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Pwn2Own Hacking Contest Returns as Joint HPE-Trend Micro Effort

Over a half million dollars in prize money is up for grabs as the Zero Day Initiative browser hacking contest continues even as corporate ownership shifts.

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Openshot Video Editor 2.0.6 Beta 3 Is a Massive Release

Openshot is a video editor that features 3D animation, curve-based camera motion, compositing, transitions, audio mixing, vector titles, and many others features. A new beta build is now available for download and testing.

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Data Analysis of GitHub Contributions Reveals Unexpected Gender Bias

With more than 12 million users, GitHub is one of the largest online communities for collaborating on development projects. Now a team of researchers has done an exhaustive analysis of millions of GitHub pull requests for open source projects, trying to discover whether the contributions of women were accepted less often than the contributions of men. What they discovered was that women's contributions were actually accepted more often than men's—but only if the women had gender-neutral profiles. 

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