In this episode: SourceForge relocates to Mount Doom, GEGL gets an awesome upgrade, Cinnamon 2.6 has been released and Apple is going open source. Plus there’s a lack of neurons, more finds and the internet infamous Voice of the Masses.
What’s in the show:
SourceForge continues its crash and burn strategy of force feeding advertising into open source projects, this week it’s the turn of nmap. The generic graphics library, GEGL – as used by The Gimp – has just had its first update and includes threading and loads of new filters. Version 2.6 of the GTK3-based desktop, Cinnamon, has been released. Apple is going to open source its Swift 2 programming language. A Spanish military plane has crashed and a deleted configuration file is a suspected cause. And there’s a new Ubuntu Phone, the Aquaris E5 HD, this time with a 5 inch screen.