Ardour 7.0 is a major upgrade with much-needed improvements

Ardour 7.0 Release Marks the end of 32-bit builds; Adds Clip Launching and Apple Silicon Support Ardour is a popular open-source digital audio workstation software that audio professionals use. Ardour 7.0 has been in development for a little more than a year since the release of 6.9 and has come a long way since Ardour 5.0. Let’s […]

Linux Directory Structure Explained for Beginners

by Abhishek Prakash If you are even faintly acquainted with Linux, you might have heard the terms root, lib, bin etc. These are various directories that you’ll find in all Linux distributions. In fact, the Linux Foundation maintains a Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS). This FHS defines the directory structure and the content/purpose of the directories in Linux […]

Lapce is a Fast, Lightweight Open-Source Code Editor in Making

Lapce is an open-source code editor built in Rust. It is in its early stages of development, but looks promising! There are plenty of open-source code editors available for Linux. What would you think about another option: A Rust-based open source code editor focusing on performance? It should be exciting, right? Lapce is one such project in development […]

LibreOffice 7.4 Community, a benchmark for interoperability

By Italo Vignoli Berlin, August 18, 2022 – LibreOffice 7.4 Community, the new major release of the volunteer-supported free office suite for desktop productivity, is immediately available from for Windows, macOS (Apple Silicon and Intel processors), and Linux. Most Significant New Features GENERAL Support for WebP images and EMZ/WMZ files Help pages for the ScriptForge scripting […]

Vim Tips to Get Better Editing Experience

by Pratham Patel | It’s FOSS The Vim editor is like an ocean – wonderful and joyful to be in, but there will always be things you don’t know. While you cannot discover the ocean alone, you can always learn from others’ experiences. I am sharing a few tips in this article that will help […]

ASCII Art in Linux Terminal

10 Tools to Generate and Have Fun With ASCII Art in Linux Terminal By Abhishek Prakash | It’sFOSS Linux terminal is not as scary as you think. Of course, it could be intimidating in the beginning but once you know the terminal better, you start loving it. You are likely to use the terminal for serious […]

Internxt Send

Do You Miss Firefox Send? Internxt Send is Ready as a Replacement A new offering by Internxt lets you send encrypted files to anyone quickly while retaining your privacy. We can only hope that it does not shut down like Firefox Send. by Ankush Das | It’s FOSS Internxt is a fairly new open-source encrypted cloud […]