Meltdown/Spectre Rundown - Rolling Release #21

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A performance feature is exploited as a security flaw, a VPN company's been making the rounds with open-source sponsorship, and text editors and desktop icons go out of style.

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Timestamps:
- Meltdown/Spectre Briefing: 00:30
- Linux Journal Saved by Private Internet Access: 07:59
- BIOS/UEFI Corruption Update: 9:57
- ElementaryOS Juno's Text Editor Changes: 11:41
- JACK1/JACK2 Development Update: 19:49
- Spotify Snap Available: 23:34
- Wine 3.0 in Feature Freeze: 25:31
- Krita the 2nd Most Used KDE App: 25:55
- Fedora 27 Server Released after Modularity Delays: 28:27
- GNOME Removes the Desktop: 30:45

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Show Notes:

Meltdown/Spectre Briefing:

Linux Journal Saved by Private Internet Access:

BIOS/UEFI Corruption Update:

ElementaryOS Begins Work on Juno, Rebrands Text Editor:

JACK1/JACK2 Development Update:

Spotify Snap Available:

Wine 3.0 in Feature Freeze:

Krita the 2nd Most Used KDE App:

Fedora 27 Server Released after Modularity Delays:

GNOME Desktop Environment No Longer Has a Desktop:

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