GNOME wants a piece of the smartphone action, PS4 controllers work great on Fedora, and PipeWire's going to solve all of our A/V problems.
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Good old-fashioned package managers are still under active development:
Manjaro Gets its Own Laptop:
Ubuntu 17.10 Dock gets Dynamic Transparency:
PlayStation DualShock Controllers now Supported in Fedora, GNOME:
PipeWire will replace PulseAudio and Jack, and handle video:
GNOME Jumps In on Librem 5 Support:
Developer Discontinues Global Menu Extension due to GNOME's Breaking Changes:
Linux 4.14 will Support 128 Petabytes of RAM:
Canonical Patches BlueBorne for All Supported Ubuntu Versions: