At the GNU Tools Cauldron earlier this month in the UK there was a presentation on forthcoming improvements to the GNU Tools, presented by Nick Clifton as part of the Red Hat Tools Team.
At the GNU Tools Cauldron that took place earlier this month in Hebden Bridge, UK was the annual status update of the GDB debugger.
For those not running the new, feature-packed Vim 8.0, GNU Emacs 25.1 was released on Saturday with several new features and improvements.
Thursday night we wrote about Libreboot leaving the GNU and denouncing the GNU and FSF with rather harsh words. That thread generated more than 120 comments with differing views while now the Free Software Foundation issued a statement as well as Richard M Stallman.
It was only in May that Libreboot became an official GNU project but now this free software Coreboot downstream has parted ways.
GNU Bash 4.4 was released today with a wide variety of new features and changes.
The GNU Compiler for Java (GCJ) while made a lot of progress in its early years as a free software Java compiler, in recent years it's basically been in maintenance mode and might now be removed entirely from GCC.
Early on LLVM's Clang compiler offered much better debugging / error messages than GCC but in the past few years the GNU Compiler Collection developers have been working on generating more helpful messages too. With GCC 7 there will will be more improvements in this space and more.
GCC 6.2 is now available as the first stable update to this year's GCC 6/6.1 compiler release.
The Libreboot project has done their first official release of this Coreboot binary-free downstream now being under the GNU project label.
Werner Koch today publicly announced that Libgcrypt and GnuPG have a "critical security problem" with all versions released prior to today and it affects all platforms.
Version 6.2 of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) is expected to come quite soon.
Glibc 2.24 was released today as the newest version of the GNU C Library.
Version 2.27 of GNU's Binutils has been released.
GNU Guix 0.11 has been released along with an update to GuixSD, the Guix System Distribution using the Linux-Libre kernel with GNU Shepherd init system.
There's some improvements to talk about in GNU Hurd land.
Version 4.9.4 of the GNU Compiler Collection is now available and it closes out the GCC 4.9 compiler series.
With GCC 6.2 coming soon and GCC 5 already being quite mature, GNU Compiler Collection developers are intending to soon end maintenance on GCC 4.x.
Java Training Wheels has become the newest GNU package.
The Free Software Foundation is a bit late to the party, but have finally come out publicly against Intel's Management Engine (ME).
GNU Taler "v0.0.0" was announced today as the initial alpha release of this project aiming to be a free software electronic payment system but so far just fits alongside some of the other obscure or early-on GNU projects.
The GNU Toolchain has continued making improvements this year beyond just the recent GCC 6 stable compiler release.
Version 5.4 of the GNU Compiler Collection is now available.
Gnuastro is the latest GNU Project.
Version 4.2 of GNU's Make was released this Sunday.
Libreboot, the downstream of Coreboot that doesn't permit any closed-source microcode/firmware blobs as part of the hardware initialization process for this alternative to proprietary BIOS/UEFI, has become an official GNU project.
There's a new release of GNU/Hurd available today.
GNewSense 4 was released yesterday as the successor to gNewSense 3, which had been around since 2013. GNewSense 4 was also their first release being based off the current Debian stable 7. GNewSense releases have been far and few between, but the developers involved are looking at possibility expediting gNewSense 5 and beyond.
The distribution sponsored by the Free Software Foundation, gNewSense, is out with its version 4.0 "Ucclia" release.
One of the less talked about GNU projects is GNU remotecontrol. GNU's Remotecontrol project is about being a web-based interface to IP-enabled thermostats and similar building automation devices, but is primarily about IP-enabled thermostats.
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