This Week in Linux 107: Krita 4.3, FFmpeg 4.3, FreeNAS on Linux, postmarketOS PinePhone

On this episode of This Week in Linux, we’ve got a lot of great news with a bunch of App releases. We’ve got new releases from Krita, FFMpeg, Strawberry music layer, nativefier which is a really cool desktop app creator for webapps, and more. We’ve also got some news from Pine64 about a new community edition of the PinePhone for the postmarketOS project. Later in the show, we’ll check out some Distro news from TrueNAS aka FreeNAS and elementaryOS. Then we’ll round out the show with some looks at the latest Humble Bundles available. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

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  1. I didn’t know until now and the only reaction I can give to that is:

  2. Thanks, @MichaelTunnell - learned a lot from this! I hadn’t heard of postmarketOS, sounds very exciting, especially if it supports a lot of handsets. Also I think FreeNAS is the first thing I’ll be interested in trying when I get DigitalOcean, but I’d like to invest sustainably and for long-term, probably, so that will need to wait for a while. Never heard of nativefier either and it sounds very useful. I wonder if it could be used to capture an information site for local use? If you do make a video on it, I’d surely appreciate it. I’ve never used electron myself mostly as I’m not a huge fan of javascript and I wonder if Microsoft have a hand in it? I don’t listen much to music, but I know Clementine used to be quite popular some years back. Good to see development being built upon again :slight_smile:

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