This is a continually updated article that lists various Linux distribution and Linux-related application releases of the week.
At It’s FOSS, we try to provide you with all the major happenings of the Linux and Open Source world. But it’s not always possible to cover all the news, specially the minor releases of a popular application or a distribution.
Hence, I have created this page, which I’ll be continually updating with the links and short snippets of the new releases of the current week. Eventually, I’ll remove releases older than 2 weeks from the page.
This page will be visible on It’s FOSS homepage. You can also bookmark it, if you want so that you can see what’s new in Linux world this week.
If you come across interesting new release that is not listed here, please let me know and I’ll add it.
New Linux Apps & Distro Released This Week
Puppy Linux 8.0 released
Lightweight Linux distribution Puppy Linux 8.0 has been released for 32-bit and 64-bit systems. This release is based on Ubuntu 18.04 and is codenamed BionicPup. More info here.
GNU Nano 4.0 released
Popular command-line based text editor Nano has a new major release. Check out what’s new in the announcement mail.
OpenShot 2.4.4 released with keyframe scaling, docking and more
Open Source video editor OpenShot version 2.4.4 has been released and as per its developer, this is a major release plenty of new features and improvements. More information can be found in the release announcement.
Planetarium software Stellarium 0.19.0 Released
Stellarium 0.19.0 features 5 new sky cultures, many new DSO textures, code refactoring, and many other changes. You can read the full changelog here.
Solus 4.0 Released
Independent Linux distribution Solus 4.0 has been released. It’s the first release without its founder Ikey who left the project due to personal commitments. We have covered it here.
Vivaldi browser 2.4 released with toolbar customization
Vivaldi web browser has a new release. With this version 2.4, Vivaldi is providing new level of customization in toolbars. Read more about it.
What have we missed?
If you know of any more Linux application or Linux distribution release this week, please let us know either by this contact form (recommended) or by leaving a comment below.
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