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openSUSE Tumbleweed Monthly Update - April

Welcome to the monthly update for openSUSE Tumbleweed for April 2024. This month began after addressing last month’s supply chain attack against xz compression library for the rolling release. An explanation of that XZ Backdoor, how it was address and what was learned can be found on news.opensuse.org....

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Yeah, don’t know why the Pytnon stuff is in the Frameworks section. I just copy & pasted news.opensuse.org.

openSUSE Tumbleweed Monthly Update - April (news.opensuse.org)

Welcome to the monthly update for openSUSE Tumbleweed for April 2024. This month began after addressing last month’s supply chain attack against xz compression library for the rolling release. An explanation of that XZ Backdoor, how it was address and what was learned can be found on news.opensuse.org....

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Yeah, don’t know why the Pytnon stuff is in the Frameworks section. I just copy & pasted news.opensuse.org.

What we need to take away from the XZ Backdoor (news.opensuse.org)

A lot has been written about the XZ Backdoor in the last few weeks, so it is time to look forward. Before doing so, we share further details about what happened with regards to openSUSE. For an overview how it affected openSUSE users, please refer to the previous post....

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If anything this is a testament to how open source is the only way to make secure IT infrastructure.

Absolutely!

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Absolutely yes. The Community is very friendly and helpful (even compared to the big ones like Arch or Debian). And thanks to the QA the have the best RR in my opinion.

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Did the upgrade a few minutes ago. No problems so far and everything feels very smooth when it comes to animation, desktop effects etc.

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Did the upgrade a few minutes ago. No problems so far and everything feels very smooth when it comes to animation, desktop effects etc.

carlo11fb, to kde

NEW VIDEO OUT NOW!!!

https://youtu.be/pAU-A11RKUc

@kde

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Hi Carlo, please don’t just write that a new video has been released, but perhaps also a small description (also in the title) of what kind of video it is. That makes it a lot easier to know what to expect 😉.

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If you want to use the latest release, you can use the repos as described here:

en.opensuse.org/SDB:KDE_repositories#KDE_Framewor…

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Unless someone steps in as a maintainer and will continue to work on it.

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No. Tumbleweed is a pure rolling release containing the latest “stable” versions of all software and is updated once Factory’s bleeding edge software has been integrated, stabilized and tested by openQA. So the stability comes before bleeding edge.

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