Late Night Linux – Episode 53

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It’s almost Christmas so it’s time to look back at 2018 and talk about some of the news stories that shaped the year.

January

Meltdown and Spectre

February

Nintendo Switch runs Linux

Plasma running on a Switch

March

New Raspberry Pi 3B+

The final nail in the Firefox OS coffin

April

Ubuntu 18.04 released

18.04 flavours also released

Clear focus on cloud and containers

Ubuntu 18.04 even runs on a Nintendo Switch

May

Lots of of Ubuntu flavours decided to drop 32-bit images

The other flavours could follow suit

Linux apps on Chrome OS confirmed

Huawei locks down its bootloaders

June

Microsoft to buy Github

July

SUSE acquired

August

Valve’s “Steam Play” uses Vulkan to bring more Windows games to Linux

September

Kernel Maintainer’s Summit moved continents to accommodate Linus

Linus takes a break and a new CoC for kernel devs

October

Linus back in charge of the kernel

IBM to Acquire Red Hat

November

Librem 5 slips again

December

Librem 5 dev kits finally shipping

Microsoft Edge to move to a Chromium base

MIPS to be open sourced

Admin

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