210: GNOME, KDE, LibreOffice, Android 13, DEF CON, Krita, Spider-Man and more Linux news!

On this episode of This Week in Linux: Happy 25th Birthday to GNOME, KDE Gear 22.08 Released, LibreOffice 7.4 Released, Android 13 Released, GLIBC Update Breaks Easy Anti-Cheat, John Deere Tractor Hacked To Run Doom, Krita 5.1 Released, Introducing the Horizon Linux project, Neptune 7.5, Humble Bundle Summer Sale, Spider-Man Remastered On Linux Via Proton, all that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

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    I wonder if Google included the trucker hat…

  2. Lol - thanks, @MichaelTunnell – the movie voice guy should drop by for lessons from you :wink:

    Mmm. I remember when GNOME and KDE were first released, and finding myself a little confused as to why there were two, but anyway, yes, happy birthday GNOME! Incidentally I’ve been using GNOME almost exclusively for about five months now, after it seemed an extremely annoying cut/paste bug that was affecting me in a number of apps that are part of my workflow, appeared to be down to either a KDE clipboard bug, or incompatibility between Plasma and one of the lower levels in the stack, which apparently GNOME didn’t suffer from.

    Anyway… I’d like to resume bug triaging for KDE and will likely check out the new KDE Gear on Neon fairly soon :slight_smile:

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