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New AMP governance model may go some way toward appeasing critics.
Desktop image is configured to offer particularly tight Windows integration.
And Linux has adopted a real code of conduct to replace its previous "code of conflict."
Microsoft continues its push to make development tools for any and every workflow.
20-day old change, long corrected by OpenStreetMap, was pushed out via Mapbox.
Steam Play uses a modified version of WINE and a new DirectX compatibility layer.
But inequality and economic distortions give us ample opportunity to blow it.
We flash back to a time in the '90s when it seemed like Microsoft would eat everything.
Many sites that have HTTPS enabled can serve content insecurely.
From the archives: Android is open—except for all the good parts.
Reddit AMA with Nat Friedman doesn't really reveal a whole lot.
GitHub needed a buyer, and there aren't too many options.
text Microsoft snaps up GitHub for $7.5 billion
Mon, 04 Jun 2018 13:56:33 +0000
Biggest open source hosting service joins biggest proprietary software company.
The browser is changing to flag the things that are dangerous, not the ones that are safe.
Server users will really like 18.04, but the newest Ubuntu works great for all Linux fans.
Sponsored content will use technology from Pocket, which Mozilla acquired last year.
text A first look at Ubuntu 18.04 LTS desktop
Mon, 30 Apr 2018 21:08:42 +0000
Ubuntu's long-term support desktop is a welcome refresh.
This is Redmond’s first-ever Linux distribution.
Who needs tabs in Explorer when you have MDI?
If an off-the-shelf Linux distribution doesn’t float your boat, why not build your own?