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Google Won’t Allow DRM in an Open-Source Project, Collabora Announces the SPURV Project, WPS Office for Linux Version 11 Released, PyCharm 2019.1.1 Now Available, and KDE Plasma 5.15.4 Brings Many Bug Fixes and Improvements

News briefs for April 4, 2019. Google won’t allow DRM in an open-source project. Samuel Maddock is building a browser called Metastream, an “Electron-based (Chromium derived), MIT-licensed browser hosted on GitHub. Its main feature is the ability to playback videos on the web, synchronized with other peers. Each client runs …

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Fedora 30 Beta Released For Bleeding-edge Linux Experience

Developed by the community-driven Fedora Project and sponsored by the IBM-owned Red Hat, Fedora Linux distribution is known to feature cutting-edge technologies that often inspire other Linux distros to innovate; the Wayland display server is one such example. Fedora also serves as a testing ground for Red Hat’s commercial RHEL …

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Linux Gaming Won’t Find A Mainstream Audience Until 3 Things Happen

Gaming on Linux is both amazing and terrible depending on your point of view. That may sound surprising coming from a self-proclaimed Linux advocate, but truth remains stronger than opinion. Despite Valve’s groundbreaking efforts on Proton — an amazing compatibility tool that lets gamers install and play thousands of Windows-exclusive …

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SUSE delivers first Linux image for SAP Hana large instances on Azure

Germany-based open source company SUSE has announced the release of the first enterprise Linux image for SAP Hana large instances on Microsoft Azure. The company made the announcement on Wednesday at its annual conference, SUSECON, which taking place in Nashville, Tennessee, this week. It said the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server …

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