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[bookmark=]Git 2.28 is here! Check out the latest and greatest from the past couple releases:
Highlights from Git 2.28

[bookmark=]I have a source code management joke and I am really committed to it. 🧵⬇️[/bookmark]

[bookmark=]I have a joke about FOSS but the distributions have all patched it differently and I don’t know if it is funny.[/bookmark]

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[bookmark=]Announcing Collabora Office for Chromebook!

Looking for a richly featured office app for your Chromebook, that lets you store files directly in a private storage?
Get Collabora Office now 🌞…

Collabora Office ships for Chromebooks

[bookmark=]util-linux 2.36 is out:

"[…] #(1) and #(1) are NEW COMMANDS to monitor # interrupts […] #(1) supports a new command line option --follow-new […] #(8) now supports mount by ID= tag […] massive # pages cleanup […]" #…

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[bookmark=]Ever wondered why many websites have extremely thin fonts and what can be done about it (local workaround)?…

Thanks @honzajavorek @nikitonsky @__chrismorgan for inspiration and ideas.

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[bookmark=]# 78 is out! New Compose Window, Dark Mode, Account Setup & Management, the Calendar has been integrated, update to folder icons & colors, minimize to tray, and built-in # # support. It's a big one! # #
What’s New in Thunderbird 78

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[bookmark=]Eben Upton has just confirmed @Raspberry_Pi Compute Module 4 should be launched next year, and expose # signals with possible # storage support. #
Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Coming Next Year with PCIe/NVMe Support

[bookmark=]Exclusive: Slack-rival Element wins largest ever collaborative software deal

The win points to the growing concern about privacy in communications around the world.[/bookmark]

[bookmark=]"The Role of Cognitive Dissonance in the #"… via @TheAtlantic

"The minute we make any decision—I think # is serious; no, I’m sure it is a hoax—we begin to justify the wisdom of our choice and find reasons to dismiss the alternative." [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]A new generation of journalists is questioning whether, in a hyperpartisan, digital world, objectivity is even desirable [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Mozilla project exposes YouTube's recommendation 'bubbles'


[bookmark=]You've only added two lines - why did that take two days! [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Earlier this year, we committed to moving many GitLab features to #. We're proud to say half of the promised features have already moved!

Check out which features have already moved below 👇

Stylized graphic containing the text: Half of the announced features already moved to open source. See thread below[/bookmark]

[bookmark=]"Blockchain? You mean git for conspiracy theorists?"[/bookmark]