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Do you like short videos and reels? Lately, we have been posting some real cool ones on our Instagram account. There are lit video memes and interesting bytes of old interviews of computing legends like Torvalds, Stallman, Ritchie, Thompson etc. Take this video of Ken Thompson discussing how grep was built “overnight” for example.

These videos are being loved by the IG public. We got over 13,000 new followers in the last 30 days itself. If you use Instagram, do join us for the extra infotainment 🤘

💬 Let’s see what else you get in this edition:

  • Standard Notes being acquired by Proton.
  • Playing with robot dog based on Raspberry Pi.
  • Google’s rekindled push towards open-source AI.
  • An open-source Android app to manage personal finances.
  • And other Linux news, videos and, of course, memes!

📰 Linux news

Ankush shares his thoughts on the Ubuntu 24.04.

My Experience With Ubuntu 24.04 Beta So Far…Taking Ubuntu 24.04 LTS for a spin.

🧠 What we’re thinking about

Here’s an opinion that I agree with.

Linux Foundation leads the fight against fauxpen sourceShifts its transmission from vendor neutral into open source gear

🧮 Linux Tips, Tutorials and More

You are likely to encounter this message if you install software via external repositories. Here’s what you can do about it.

Fixing “Key is stored in legacy trusted.gpg keyring” Issue in UbuntuIf you use a PPA or add an external repository in Ubuntu 22.04 and later versions, chances are that you will see a message like this: W: Key is stored in legacy trusted.gpg keyring (/etc/apt/trusted.gpg), see

I have taken an interest in ‘making’ and DIY stuff lately. After the ZimaBoard, I spent time building this robo-dog with my Raspberry Pi.

My Raspberry Pi Turned into a Robo-Dog and I am Loving itIs it a dog? Is it a robot? It’s robo dog and it runs on a Raspberry Pi.

A handy command for both system administrators and curious users alike.

Systemctl Command Examples in LinuxIs your distro powered by systemd init? The systemctl command can be helpful!

🛍️ Exciting learning offer

Get a handle on the technologies that will drive our future with this bundle of books on AI, machine learning, large language models, and other technologies on the cutting edge of computer science.

Humble Tech Book Bundle: Machine Learning, AI, Deep Learning, and LLM by PearsonStay abreast of the technologies that will define the future with these books on AI, machine learning, and other cutting edge topics in computer science!

📹 What we are watching

Ignore the clickbait title and focus on the product. Meshtastic is a decentralized comms network that’s entirely open-source!

✨ Project highlights

Continuing our Android FOSS series, we explored GreenStash personal finance app!

This Open-Source Android App Helps Me Save More Money!Want to have the habit to save money? This FOSS Android app can help you with that!

🧩 New quiz

Test your knowledge of Linux security best practices with this quiz.

Linux Security Best Practices QuizDo you have what it takes to become a true Linux security expert? Try this quiz to find out!

💡 Quick handy tip

Add Multiple tabs to bookmarks in Firefox:

First CTRL+Click on the tabs you want to bookmark to select them. Now, after selecting multiple tabs, Right-click on one of the selected tabs, and choose “Bookmark Tabs

Now, in the new bookmarks dialog, give a name to the bookmark folder and select a location (select Bookmarks Toolbar, if you want it visible on the Bookmarks panel all the time), then press “Save”.

🤣 Meme of the week

I can never part ways with it.

🗓️ Tech Trivia

April 15, 1977, is regarded by many as the day when the personal computer industry was born, thanks to the launch of the Apple II computer.

🧑‍🤝‍🧑 FOSSverse corner

One of our regular FOSSers posted a new tutorial related to word wrap in HTML.

Browser word-wrapHii all, 👋 Lately I was asking myself: Is there a way of activating word-wrap in falkon browser? The background of my question is: On occasions there are sites where some code is published. Sometimes this code is very long but “printed” in just one line. So I have to scroll horizontally for quite a while to see it all. It´s quite confusing that way. 😐 In (some) text editors there´s a way of tweaking the settings in a way that word-wrap is activated. Is something like that…

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