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Month May 2024

Ubuntu 24.10 to Default to Wayland for NVIDIA Users

An anonymous reader shared this report from the blog OMG Ubuntu: Ubuntu first switched to using Wayland as its default display server in 2017 before reverting the following year. It tried again in 2021 and has stuck with it since…. Continue Reading →

Llama3 implemented from scratch

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Make timelapses easily using FFmpeg

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OpenProject – open-source project management software

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‘Openwashing’

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: There’s a big debate in the tech world over whether artificial intelligence models should be “open source.” Elon Musk, who helped found OpenAI in 2015, sued the startup and… Continue Reading →

Worklenz: Open-Source, All in one project management tool

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Winamp Becomes Open Source under the FreeLLama Name

Winamp, the iconic music player, reinvigorates nostalgia as it turns open source under FreeLLama, inviting global devs to evolve its legacy. The post Winamp Becomes Open Source under the FreeLLama Name appeared first on Linux Today. Link to original post… Continue Reading →

Archie, the Internet’s First Search Engine, Is Rescued and Running

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: It’s amazing, and a little sad, to think that something created in 1989 that changed how people used and viewed the then-nascent Internet had nearly vanished by 2024. Nearly, that is,… Continue Reading →

Winamp Is ‘Opening Up’ Its Source Code

In a press release today, the best music player of the 1990s announced that it’ll open up its source code to developers worldwide. “Winamp will open up its code for the player used on Windows, enabling the entire community to… Continue Reading →

Slack AI Training with Customer Data

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