233: GNOME Extension Breakage, KDE Plasma 6, Manjaro 23, SELinux & more Linux news!

Welcome to This Week in Linux (233). On this week’s episode, KDE announced the release date for KDE Plasma 6. Manjaro Linux 23 has been released. Some extensions will be breaking in GNOME 45, a lot of them. And also the NSA reference has been removed from SE Linux, and we’ll talk about why that’s important. All of this and more on this episode of This Week in Linux, Your Source for Linux GNews!


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  1. Yep, Gnome sucks. Sorry to the Gnome fans, but facts are facts.

  2. Is it ok to call Gnome the Apple of DE’s ? :innocent:
    Sleek design, easy to use but kind of authoritarian in their decisions and not mod oriented ? I feel like Gnome is great if you don’t touch anything and use it out of the box. If that experience doesn’t suit you, you’re better off trying another DE. Kind of like Apple is to me :man_shrugging:

  3. I think the comparison of GNOME to Apple makes sense except that Apple also makes very powerful features on occasion and create a ton of convenience value for users . . . I dont know if GNOME ever made a decision based on user convenience lol

  4. A lot in this episode, as usual - thanks, @MichaelTunnell - but the sign-out rhymes stole it for me :smiley: :+1:

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