FOSS Weekly #57 - 🔬 CERN's OSPO, 💸 Spotify €100K FOSS Fund, 💻 Ubuntu 24.04, and more
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At which point do you go back to look for security vulnerabilities in the code that you write? How do you handle those and what security practices do you use when writing code?
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CERN is launching its open source program office [home.cern]
Sentry donates $500K to open source maintainers [sentry.io]
Spotify announces recipients of 100K EUR FOSS Fund [atspotify.com]
Radius - Azure’s open source platform for cloud-native apps [radapp.io]
University of Texas has also started an OSS office [utexas.edu]
15 years of Android [blog.google]
🐧 Linux updates
Fedora 39 release delayed yet again due to bugs [linuxiac.com]
Linux Mint 21.3 - Cinnamon 6.0 and Wayland support [linuxmint.com]
Ubuntu 24.04 begins, codenamed “Noble Numbat” [omgubuntu.co.uk]
Upcoming features in the Linux Kernel 6.6 [phoronix.com]
Linux Plumbers Conference is taking place from Nov 13-15 [lpc.events]
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