Hey, and () enthusiasts, how do you spend your time in quarantine? And do you keep quarantine at all?

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Recently there has been little news in the ecosystem, in addition to everything, thanks to dumb actions of the state I am quarantined in (the city of ).

Time to review . 🙂


We're happy to announce that the is back in stock at our webstore! This batch will come with @ManjaroARM @kde Edition preinstalled -- this brings the mainline Linux kernel to the Pinebook Pro as default. Expected delivery worldwide in May.

If the website fails to load, please don't F5 our server out of existence! Wait a bit and try again -- this is a large batch, there will be units available for quite some time

What is wrong with this world?

positions itself as a secure app/service, but they integrated Meet but not ? 🤨

Today I updated my . Everything is fine, I don't see any problems.

I love and KDE very much. I have been using Linux for 6 years already (tried many distros) and I'll never return to , I'll never buy products.

Because of , I'm "stuck" in the world's most hospitable country - .

I prefer to be here than in . The only downside is that my girlfriend has remained in Ukraine.

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Dear , enthusiasts (and 's), please advise a good and up-to-date book about networks?

I found two:

1) "Computer Networks" by Andrew S. Tanenbaum

2) "Computer Networks: Principles, Technologies and Protocols for Network Design" by Victor and Natalia Olifer.

These books are very, very big. I looked at the content, and there are some very low-level theory that I don't really need.

Or maybe you can advise me on something else?

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