The new owners of the free and open-source audio editing software announced the privacy changes, kicking off a furor.
The low-cost PinePhone isn’t a perfect device, but the nuanced ecosystem it’s going to build for Linux-based smartphones is going to be amazing.
Wikimedia, Ubuntu, Monero, and several other open source organizations have announced that they are moving away from the historical network.
Developers of the popular open source network Freenode are quitting en masse and accusing Andrew Lee, the Crown Prince of Korea, of a “hostile takeover” of the organization.
The original creator is alleging Babel misused funds and paid a developer that "didn't actually work on the project."
Google's decade-long legal battle with Oracle over Android code is over. It's a win for programmers everywhere.
A pseudonymous developer created a serial code generator for their MacOS virtualization project, which can mimic real Macs by the thousands.
The citizen scientists, associated with Harvard University, have been testing the vaccine on themselves.
And it's using Github's own cat mascot to do it.
The announcement comes as many in the open source community are calling for the removal of racist language like 'master' and 'slave.'
The device runs on a version of Linux modified by a community of developers and is designed to last 10 years.
The software turns photos taken with anything from a smartphone to high-end equipment into how a bee, fish, or mammal sees the world.