Saturday, 14 November 2015

Week en revue -:- The week top events!

See what happened in Linux World on this 46th week, 2015.

So the weekend is here, and the week it was stuffed of updates and new releases for both for software as Linux distros.
My special mention goes, to the interesting launch of the former reference for KDE distributions, the Chakra OS. With this new version comes with an important change... Plasma 5.

That being said...

Linux OS releases

Manjaro
Source: Manjaro
  • Release of Manjaro Mate 15.12 preview1
  • Manjaro (stable) Update 
  • Release of Manjaro 15.12 preview2
  • Release of Manjaro Linux Cinnamon Community Edition 15.12 Pre1

Chakra
Source: Chakra Live
  • Release of Chakra 2015.11-Fermi
    • KDE Software 
      • Plasma 5.4.2
      • Frameworks 5.15.0
      • Applications 15.08.2 
      • Calligra 2.9.8

Netrunner
Source: Netrunner
  • Release of Netrunner 2015.11 "Rolling"
    • Linux Kernel 4.2.5
    • Plasma 5.4.2
    • Frameworks 5.15 (using Qt5.5.1)
    • KDE Applications 15.08.2
    • LibreOffice 5
    • Virtualbox 5
    • Kontact 5
    • Firefox 42.0
    • Thunderbird 38.3
    • Gmusicbrowser 1.15
    • VLC 2.2.1
    • Kamoso 3

MakuluLinux
Source: MakuluLinux
  • Release of MakuluLinux Aero Edition Latest Preview
  • Release of MakuluLinux Beta x10

ArchBang
Source: ArchBang
  • Release of ArchBang 2015.11.10 Beta


Linux Applications


QupZilla
Source: QupZilla
  • Release of QupZilla 1.8.9
    • Ninth bugfix version is now available.
    • New QupZilla logo
    • Add button to open spellcheck settings in preferences
    • Remove gradient in toolbar of browsing library
    • Fix showing authors page in about dialog
    • Fix showing current tab in tabbar after restoring session
    • Fix searching for invalid one-word url strings from locationbar
    • Fix switch to tab from locationbar completer when it is the only tab in window 

SeaMonkey
Source: SeaMonkey
  • Release of SeaMonkey 2.39
    • "Build on the same Mozilla platform as the newest Firefox release, it delivers the latest developments in web technologies such as HTML5, hardware acceleration and improved JavaScript speed."  -   Citation Source by: SeaMonkey 2.39 release notes



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