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In this week’s show:
- We discuss the news
- Mycroft have announced version 0.7
- Allison Lortie writes why Gtk 4.0 is not Gtk 4 and Gtk 5.0 is not Gtk 5 and that’s OK
- Fedora 24 released!
- elementary 0.4 Loki was released
- Canonical announced that Snaps can now be installed on a variety of distributions
- Ethereum, an open blockchain platform, has sufferred an attack
- We discuss the community news:
- Snapd 2.0.8
- Zoltan Balogh has put out a call for testing the next version of the Ubuntu SDK
- Svetlana Belkin from the Ubuntu Community Council announced a ‘call for nominations’ to the Ubuntu Membership Board
- Jonathan Riddell has announced the availability of ISO images to test KDE Neon 5.7 from the git stable branch
- Daniel Holbach announced the third snappy playpen (which was/is today – but people can join in anytime)
- Canonical Design Team: QtDay 2016: Developing Ubuntu convergent apps with Qt
- The Changelog Podcast #207: Ubuntu Everywhere with Dustin Kirkland
- We discuss building a Maplin USB robot arm and controlling it from Ubuntu and making a little Arduino circuit.
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