“He does not speak for us. We do not condone his actions and opinions. We do not acknowledge his leadership or the leadership of the Free Software Foundation as it stands today.” That’s what more than 800 open source developers, advocates and community managers want to say to the
In a talk at LibrePlanet, an annual event organized by the Free Software Foundation, Richard Stallman announced that he is back at the Free Software Foundation (FSF). Before being cancelled, Stallman was the president of FSF. He returns as one of the board directors, not as the president. That’s
The Linux Foundation is the sort of official organization behind the Linux kernel project. Linux creator Linus Torvalds draws a salary from the foundation and devotes his entire time managing the awesome Linux kernel project. The Linux Foundation spends its time and resources for standardizing and supporting the growth and
I upgraded to Ubuntu 21.04 beta yesterday and I can say I am pretty happy with it. I know it doesn’t have the awesome GNOME 40 yet but the thing that makes me happy is that I can use my multi-monitor setup quite happily now. Intrigued? Read on!
There are plenty of screenshot tools available for Linux. Shutter has been my all-time favorite. The funny thing is that I hardly use it for taking screenshots, rather I edit the screenshots with Shutter to add arrows, triangles and annotate them. Most screenshots you see in the tutorials on It’
Ubuntu development team has revealed that they plan to work on a new, modern installer created using Flutter. You won’t see it in Ubuntu 21.04, though. When introduced more than a decade back, the Ubiquity installer from Ubuntu was an instant hit for its simplicity and modern (at
Ubuntu tried to use Wayland as the default display server in Ubuntu 17.10 and burned its hands. It looks like, Ubuntu is willing to try Wayland as default once more with Ubuntu 21.04 Hirsute Hippo. For those who are unware, a display server is an underlying utility that