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  1. Honey I Shrunk Ubuntu

    Canonical has released a new version of Ubuntu that’s 50% smaller than the standard Ubuntu Server.

  2. Linux Mint 19 Released

    New version comes with Timeshifting capabilities.

  3. Red Hat Adds GPLv3 Cure Clause to its Code-Base

    New provision will provide violators with a grace period to achieve license compliance.

  4. SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Released

    It’s a modular OS.

  5. GitLabs Drops Pricing After Microsoft GitHub Acquisition

    GitLabs is creating more incentives for users to switch from GitHub.

  6. KDE Plasma 5.13 Is Here

    The desktop environment is designed to be more resource efficient.

  7. SUSE Forks Red Hat’s Spacewalk Project

    SUSE relies heavily on the project for its own SUSE Manager.

  8. openSUSE Leap 15 Announced

    The release was announced at the openSUSE Conference in Prague, Czech Republic.

  9. SoftMaker FreeOffice 2018 for Linux

    SoftMaker Software GmbH has announced FreeOffice 2018, a free of cost office suite for Linux.

  10. A New CentOS

    Latest version of the community Linux based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5

  11. Ubuntu 18.04 Released

    “Bionic Beaver” comes with hardware-focused improvements and Gnome as the default shell.

  12. Richard Stallman Calls Azure Sphere OS a Positive Step

    Stallman is glad that Microsoft will respect user’s freedom.

  13. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 Released

    The latest release is focused on hybrid cloud.

  14. Microsoft Releases a Linux-Based OS

    The company is building a new IoT environment powered by Linux.

  15. Solomon Hykes Leaves Docker

    In a surprise move, Solomon Hykes, the creator of Docker has left the company.

  16. Red Hat Celebrates 25th Anniversary with a New Code Portal

    The company announces a GitHub page with links to source code for all its projects

  17. Gnome 3.28 Released

    The latest GNOME rolls out with better contact management and new features for handling virtual machines.

  18. Install Firefox in a Snap on Linux

    Mozilla has picked the Snap package system to deliver its application to Linux users.

  19. OpenStack Queens Released

    The new release comes with new features for mission critical workloads.

  20. Kali Linux Comes to Windows

    The Kali Linux developers even managed to run full blown XFCE desktop via WSL.