On this episode of This Week in Linux, a Christmas Gift from Jon Maddog Hall of Linus talk from DECUS 1994, Krita 5.0, Darktable 3.8, OBS Studio 27.2 Flatpaks & Red Hat, OpenRGB 0.7, Firefox 95, GIMP 2.10.30, AppImage Pool: App Store for AppImages, Libadwaita 1.0, Enlightenment 0.25, Maui Shell: Convergent Desktop, Tails 4.25, Kali Linux 2021.4, Calculate Linux 22, Steam Winter Sale & Steam Awards, PS5 Controller as a Linux Touchpad! All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

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  1. Thanks, @MichaelTunnell - a great week for creative folks with Krita, Darktable, OBS and G.I.M.P. updates.

    I remember Enlightenment from many years ago, possibly its origins, which I think perhaps preceded both Gnome and KDE. Also looking at the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries I see they are support very few language bindings, though of course C is supported. I’m still thinking Gtk seems the way forward when I look at portable GUI coding outside Java which is my current preference.

    I’ll be interested to watch Linus from all that time ago. I graduated with my degree in Computing back in 1995 and remember being fascinated by Minix then too :slight_smile:

    I’ve attempted LFS several times but got stuck in configuring networking at the final stage. When I’ve finally completed that I’d love to try either an Arch or a Gentoo approach, so Calculate Linux looks interesting too!

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