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  • tebruno99
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    I'd be more likely to re-continue support if Phoronix would do a better job at linking to sources rather than rabbit-holing links in stories via Phoronix self linking. It really hard to sometimes find the original, or external source. I get Phoronix whats to keep viewers on the site & maybe not want to reveal the source because people would then subscribe to the source instead. Most if not all of us come back to Phoronix anyway, might as well make it easier to get to the source material.

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  • Silly Open-Source Moves, AMD openSIL & Rust Happenings Made For An Interesting Month

    Phoronix: Silly Open-Source Moves, AMD openSIL & Rust Happenings Made For An Interesting Month

    During this month on Phoronix were 242 news articles on Phoronix with original content each and every day presented by your's truly around open-source and Linux. April was interesting with the release of Linux 6.3, all of the exciting Linux 6.4 features merged so far, AMD introducing openSIL for open-source CPU silicon initialization with support for Coreboot and similar firmware solutions, Fedora 38 and Ubuntu 23.04 being released, and much more...

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