On this episode of This Week in Linux, we’ve got some big news from LibreOffice with the release of LibreOffice 7.0! Ubuntu has announced the first point release of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. I’m going to show you a cool app that lets you view and interact with your Android device from your Linux desktop. We’ve got some news about some upcoming releases for Mageia 8, KDE’s video editor Kdenlive, and elementary OS 6. Later in the show, we’ll check out some new app releases from auto-cpufreq (an automatic CPU speed & power optimizer), Pinta image editor and Mastodon. We’ll also check out some Humble Bundles including a game you can get for free for a limited time! All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

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  1. Peak beard.

    Leonidas of Linux.

  2. Thanks, @MichaelTunnell - very interesting episode, as usual! I’m most excited about LibreOffice 7.0 - can’t wait to try flatpak when it’s released though I tend to wait for the .1 release at least for everyday use.

    Given all the new software you often describe, Michael, I’m thinking mid-term plan for when I finally get my head around LFS (waiting for September release) the next system I’m likely to try might be Debian Sid. If I get even more adventurous I might look at Arch (@dasgeek !) and/or Gentoo.

    Currently I don’t use social media at all, for privacy reasons. I may start with mastadon :slight_smile:

    Also I finally remembered to buy my Kindle books using your affiliate link :+1:

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