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VLC 2.0.5 "Twoflower" Has Experimental Blu-Ray Support

VideoLAN's VLC was released this weekend with more than 50 fixes and several improved features for this multi-platform open-source media player.
17 December 2012 - VLC 2.0.5 - 25 Comments

Suricata 1.4 Brings New Security Features

Suricata from the Open Information Security Foundation (OISF), which is an Open Source Next Generation Intrusion Detection and Prevention Engine, has been updated to version 1.4.
15 December 2012 - Suricata

Lightworks To Have Public Linux Beta In Q1'2013

Lightworks, the professional-grade non-linear video editor from EditShare that's been ported to Linux, will have a public beta release before the end of the next quarter.
14 December 2012 - Lightworks Video Editor - 3 Comments

CodeWeavers Puts New Features In CrossOver 12.0

On 12 December 2012 (12-12-12), CodeWeavers released CrossOver 12.0 for running Windows software on Linux and Apple OS X.
13 December 2012 - CrossOver 12 - 2 Comments

Qt 5.0 Final Is Targeting A Release Next Week

Qt 5.0 Release Candidate 2 was released this morning while the final version of the toolkit is expected for release next week.
13 December 2012 - Qt 5.0 Final - 1 Comment

New Features Coming Up For PulseAudio 3.0

The release of PulseAudio 3.0 is imminent and here's an overview of the features coming up for this debated sound server.
12 December 2012 - PulseAudio 3.0 - 18 Comments

Blender 2.65 Fixes 200+ Bugs, Couple New Features

Version 2.65 of the Blender open-source modelling software was released today. This release fixes over 200 bugs while bringing stability improvements and new features.
11 December 2012 - Blender 2.65

Samba 4.0.0 Officially Released

At long last Samba 4.0.0 has seen the light of day. Samba 4.0 was officially released today as the major rewrite of this widely used SMB/CIFS implementation.
11 December 2012 - Woohoo - 8 Comments

SparkleShare 1.0 Released For Git-Based File Sharing

SparkleShare is an open-source file synchronization and collaboration tool that's powered by Git. After being in development for a long time, SparkleShare 1.0 was released on Sunday.
10 December 2012 - SparkleShare - 5 Comments

A New Project To Run Mac OS X Binaries On Linux

While there is the Wine project to run native Windows binaries on Linux (and other platforms), there's a new open-source project that's emerging for running Apple OS X binaries on Linux in a seamless manner.
8 December 2012 - Darling - 58 Comments

A Deep Look Into GPUs & Linux Graphics Drivers

Martin Peres, the developer who has been a longstanding contributor to the Nouveau graphics driver project, delivered two presentations at a recent French Linux event where he provided an introduction to graphics processors and the Linux graphics driver stack. The second talk focused upon GPUs and Linux drivers in much greater detail.
7 December 2012 - Martin Peres - 5 Comments

Lima GPU Driver Faces Changes, Advancements

There are significant driver changes to report on for the reverse-engineered open-source Lima graphics driver project for providing ARM Mali graphics support.
7 December 2012 - Lima Driver Shake-Up - 9 Comments

Enlightenment E17 Goes Into Beta

After pushing out eight alpha releases in a feverish pace, Enlightenment E17 is now into a beta state after being in active development for the past decade.
7 December 2012 - E17 Beta - 10 Comments

DarkTable 1.1 Supports OpenCL For Images

DarkTable is an open-source photography workflow application and RAW developer that provides a virtual light table and dark-room. The 1.1 release of this leading free software program for dealing with RAW images now supports utilizing OpenCL plus other new features.
6 December 2012 - DarkTable - 5 Comments

A New Build Of Qt 5.0 Surfaces For Testing

Digia has put out a new Qt 5.0 package for those interested in testing out this major tool-kit update that will hopefully be released before month's end.
4 December 2012 - Qt 5.0 Digia - 1 Comment

Git 1.8.1 Adding New Features, Fixes

One month after Git 1.8.0 was released, Git 1.8.1 is now being prepared with several new features as well as fixes.
4 December 2012 - Git 1.8.1

FlashFire: Buffer-Based Write Reordering For SSDs

FlashFire is a buffer-based write reordering layer for SSDs on Linux, which can lead to greater disk performance for flash-based storage devices.
3 December 2012 - Write Reordering Layer - 3 Comments

Qt 5.0 Release Still Planned By Year's End

Lars Knoll has laid out his plans for branching the Qt 5.0 code-base and seeing the long-awaited update to the popular open-source toolkit see the light of day before year's end.
28 November 2012 - Qt 5.0

Enlightenment E17 Alpha 6 Packs Many Changes

It's time yet again for another Enlightenment E17 Alpha release. It's only been four days since E17 Alpha 5 but there is now already E17 Alpha 6 with a huge number of changes.
28 November 2012 - E17 Alpha 6

LibreOffice 4.0 Alpha 1 Is Freed For Testing

For those interested in testing out a new open-source office suite this holiday weekend, LibreOffice 4.0 Alpha 1 was quietly tagged this week.
24 November 2012 - LibreOffice - 54 Comments

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