This Week in Linux 114: WordPress 5.5, System76, Kali Linux, Parrot OS, Kdenlive 20.08 & More

On this episode of This Week in Linux, we’ve got a ton of cool news to talk about. We’ve got App News for Kdenlive video editor, WordPress website platform, Nextcloud’s Desktop client now has End-to-End Encryption and later we’ll cover a terminal based File Manager called “nnn”. We’ve also got some really fun Distro News with 2 Hacking aka Penetration Testing distros in Kali Linux and Parrot OS. We’re also going to follow up on the KDE Edition of MX Linux because the stable release is out. Later in the show we’re going to discuss Valve’s Proton because it’s been 2 Years since the release of the project and just so much has happened thanks to this project. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

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  1. Thanks, @MichaelTunnell - very informative show, as ever :slight_smile: Fantastic news of developments in KDEnlive and WordPress, both of which obviously have very large user-bases. I have to say NextCloud and other self-hosted solutions do interest me, so I’ll keep an eye open for any new videos you have on that topic. I know both MX Linux and Plasma are very popular, so I’m sure many will appreciate the tie-up that’s just been released!

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