Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine
If the Ubuntu 1910 release schedule is on track then the latest release should be out today. October 17, 2019
Please see https://ubuntu.com/ for details
OggCamp is an unconference celebrating Free Culture, Free and Open Source Software, hardware hacking, digital rights, and all manner of collaborative cultural activities and is committed to creating a conference that is as inclusive as possible.
We’re at The Manchester Conference Centre in the Pendulum Hotel near Picadilly Station the weekend of October 19th and 20th 2019.
Fedora : How to help
Like any project, help is always welcome, there is a similar too to that I posted with relation to Libreoffice, but for anyone looking to help with Fedora.
Fedora : How to help
Fedora creates an innovative, free, and open source platform for hardware, clouds, and containers that enables software developers and community members to build tailored solutions for their users.
Repl.it is a web based development environment. This gives you an instant IDE to develop your code and projects. It has recently been updated so that it is multiplayer by default so you can collaborate in real time with fellow developers / hackers, which should help increase productivity and or learning / teaching potential of this platform. Great work to the Development team.
Please see https://repl.it/ for more information and to sign up.
Ubuntu 18.10 aka Cosmic Cuttlefish is currently in Beta and looking for testers. More details on how to get involved in this can be found here
Looks like it has a some interesting new features, including kernel 5.0 which is another milestone.
Anyway the above page has a link to the usual image archive, so get downloading and testing 🙂
Last week the NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre) in the UK issued their latest publication which gives advice on how to configure Ubuntu 18.04 LTS in accordance with their security best practices.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)is the UK government department responsible for providing guidance on Information Security to the UK public and private sectors as well as responding to online security incidents and securing networks.
Anyone who has been following the list recently will be aware of Tom, from Holsworthy who has been setting up a Coderdojo in Holsworthy.
We wish Tom best of luck with this venture and hope that it grows and does well, which I am sure it will.
This was posted to Diaspora. I am posting or embedding the link to the youtube video here. Review of Elementary OS Loki.
Running time about 15 mins.
Website : https://elementary.io/
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The next Torbay tech jam is on the 14th November at Paignton Library 1 – 3 pm
More details are on the website
Open to all ages / abilities.
I am hoping to be able to present a mini workshop on Interfacing the Raspberry Pi to an LED, it is a start and hopefully the work shops can build up to more complex projects over time. Also I want to do the same thing with Arduino.