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Distribution Release: Hanthana 21

Danishka Navin has announced the release of Hanthana 21, code name "Sinharaja". The new release is based on Fedora 21 and is available in several desktop flavours. 

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OIN Expands the Linux System Definition

Open Invention Network (OIN) has announced that it has updated its Linux System patent non-aggression coverage. "For this update, 115 new packages will be added to the Linux System, out of almost 800 proposed by various parties. Key additions are the reference implementations of the popular Go and Lua programming...

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Age of Wonders III Released For Linux

Following Age of Wonders III going for beta on Linux last month, today this game has been officially released for both OS X and Linux...

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KDE Plasma 5.3 Beta Is Out and It's One of the Biggest Updates Ever Made

Plasma, the desktop for the KDE project, has just received a massive update and is now at version 5.3 Beta. It's still under development, but users can already see the amount of work that has been done. Plasma 5.x is the branch that provided a major upgrade to the famous...

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X.Org Might Possibly Try Voting Again For The SPI Merger

Last week upon conclusion of the X.Org Foundation elections it was revealed the planned X.Org + SPI merger failed. The failure to change the by-laws and become part of SPI failed not due to losing the vote, but in not securing enough votes to command the two-thirds majority of X.Org...

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Linux Kernel 3.19.4 Brings ARM64, PowerPC, Sound and WiFi Improvements

After yesterday's announcement for Linux kernel 4.0, Greg Kroah-Hartman announced today, April 13, the immediate availability for download of the fourth maintenance release of Linux 3.19 kernel, along with new point releases for the LTS (Long Term Support) Linux kernels 3.14 and 3.10. According to the appended shortlog, Linux ke...

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