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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/knurd42gnome/status/1279009746121523204]"[…]A window on the 144 Hz monitor will paint at 144 Hz, and # will composite to the monitor at 144 Hz, while a window on the 60 Hz monitor will paint at 60 […]" # wayland #

Quote from "Splitting up the Frame Clock" by Jonas Ådahl blogs.gnome.org/shell-dev/2020…

Splitting up the Frame Clock
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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/CentOSProject/status/1276536983649730560]We are positively delighted to finally show off our new website! centos.org

HUGE kudos to @AlainReguera and @Arrfab who are primarily responsible for getting this done. [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/mattdm/status/1278007790062223362]Fedora devel mailing list hot topics: modularity and RHEL 9, 105 messages; compressed swap, 148 messages; changing default filesystem for desktops, 175 messages; and ... changing the default text editor to one which has an obvious way to exit, 220 messages.[/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/kernelcdub/status/1277954122172465152]Open source is about community collaboration. Diversity creates stronger communities and inclusion is key to welcoming all community members. Let's work together to make open source more inclusive by eradicating problematic language: [/bookmark]



Once again @fedora is doing something all end-user oriented # distros IMHO should do: deliver new & improved drivers to their latest release regularly.

In this case # 5.7 with all its enhancements and updated drivers is now heading to F32: bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA…

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Now the rebase to # kernel 5.7 is prepared for # 31, too: src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/kernel/c/…

5.7.7, to be precise, which is now also prepared for # 32.
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/knurd42rhfc/status/1277630119364956160]# 32 will get # # 5.7.6 (or something newer) soon.

The rebase to 5.7.6 was committed (src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/kernel/c/… ) and rpms are building currently. Those will head to updates-testing for a few days before they or even newer pkgs get shipped as regular update.

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/rhatdan/status/1277901548169957376]Official upstream announcement about # 2.0. Big news about RESTful API and lots of other cool features. We will have lots of followon blogs on these features. @redhat @ibm @openshift [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/rhatdan/status/1277662181325262851]We originally wanted to run daemonless containers, never thought we would see articles like these: # running containers on the fastest computers in the world. @redhat @ibm @openshift [/bookmark]



# 32 will get # # 5.7.6 (or something newer) soon.

The rebase to 5.7.6 was committed (src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/kernel/c/… ) and rpms are building currently. Those will head to updates-testing for a few days before they or even newer pkgs get shipped as regular update.



```[…] There's a brand new REST API that is included with version 2.0 of #! […] With this […] you can call Podman from platforms such as cURL, Postman, Google's Advanced REST client, and many others. […]```. Written by @TSweeneyRedHat #






[bookmark=https://twitter.com/kernelcdub/status/1275506151522697216]Way to go RHEL team! Top 3 supercomputers in the world powered by RHEL. Plus HPC workloads in OCI containers using Podman. And, of course, AI shows up as a key
HPC workload... [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/StefanieChiras/status/1275399880064806912]The NEW World's Fastest Supercomputer runs on RHEL! The leaderboard may have changed but the operating system that runs on it has not. The top 3 run RHEL! [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/rhatdan/status/1273692051968753664]I was interviewed on the @IBMDeveloper
podcast this past week. I talk about my Origin story and other things in the world of security and containers. Plus you get to see where I am working now in Maine. :^)
@redhat @ibm @openshift
Dan Walsh | Containers & Security | Origin Story

IBM Developer: Dan Walsh | Containers & Security | Origin Story (devadvin)

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/CarlosEArango/status/1275122612012756992]Podman paves the road to running containerized # applications on exascale supercomputers [/bookmark]
#HPC



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/rhatdan/status/1275112442595598341]The beat goes on, another new blog on # by @vlntnrthbrg, running it within a # container. This allows people to experiment with different versions of skopeo without needing to install them locally. @redhat @ibm @openshift [/bookmark]



# Test Week for # # 5.7 is starting today!
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/fedora/status/1274037542644572160]Even if you've never contributed to # before, you can help test the latest # in # at the Test Week starting June 22. Learn how in this Magazine article: fedoramagazine.org/contribute-at-… # #
Contribute at the Fedora Test Week for Kernel 5.7
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