The motto of It's FOSS is to educate on Linux and open source. And this is why I don't want to restrict access to educational content. However, I also want to give 'something extra' to our Pro members to thank them for their support.
For that, we have created a puzzles section. Pro members can log in with their accounts and play the puzzles (crossword, find the word, etc.) online. This is fun content. So the paying supporters get extra, and everyone gets to read and learn from the educational content.
💬 Let's see what else you have in this edition of FOSS Weekly:
- We continue our Rust Basics series
- An early look at GNOME's new camera app
- Interview with Stu Keroff, a teacher who built Linux-based computer lab
- More Linux news, videos, and of course, memes!
📰 Linux News
Linux Mint 21.02 to feature revamped tooltips and notifications.
🎙️Interview With Stu Keroff
Meet the teacher who makes learning Linux cool and exciting for students.
Learn how to use conditional statements effectively in the sixth edition of our Rust Basics series.
Qemu is one of the fastest hypervisors out there for Linux. Learn to use it on Ubuntu (and perhaps other Linux distributions).
📹 What we are watching
If you recently installed Ubuntu 23.04, you could benefit from this video.
✨ Application highlights
GNOME is working on revamping another of its core tool.
Control your Linux machine remotely using these tools! 🖥️🐧
🛍️ Interesting offer
The folks over at No Starch Press have yet another useful bundle, this time for learning Python programming.
Be sure to check it out; a portion of the proceeds go to the Python Software Foundation.
🤣 Meme of the week
There is an impostor among us! Ubuntu users will understand 🙂
The 4th of May is observed as Star Wars Day. The date originates from the pun "May the Fourth be with you", a variant of the famous Star Wars catchphrase "May the Force be with you".
We, FOSSers, could rephrase it as 'May the FOSS be with you'?
🧩 Puzzle (for Pro members only)
This week's puzzle is a crossword consisting of popular open source applications for Linux.
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