Another troubling week for MongoDB, ZFS On Linux lands a kernel workaround, and 600 days of postmarketOS.
Plus our thoughts on the new Project Trident release, and Mozilla ending their Test Pilot program.
- MongoDB removed from major distros — Red Hat won't use MongoDB in Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Fedora thanks to MongoDB's new Server Side Public License.
- ZFS On Linux Landing Workaround For Linux 5.0 Kernel Support — There's no word yet on how this would affect ZFS Linux performance for end-users.
- First release of Project Trident — This version is based off the 18.12-stable branch of TrueOS (FreeBSD 13-CURRENT), using the new TrueOS distribution framework with several add-ons by Project Trident itself.
- Android-x86 8.1-r1 (Oreo-x86) released — Add Taskbar as an alternative launcher which puts a start menu and recent apps tray on top of your screen and support freeform window mode.
- 600 days of postmarketOS — postmarketOS is aiming for a ten year life-cycle for smartphones
- Mozilla kills Test Pilot Program — So today, we are announcing that we will be moving to a new structure that will demonstrate our ability to innovate in exciting ways and as a result we are closing the Test Pilot program as we’ve known it.
- Mozilla Kills Default Support for Adobe Flash in Firefox 69