January 15, Microsoft announced the release of Chromium-based web browser “Microsoft Edge”. The version number is 79.0.309.65. It supports Windows and MacOS on desktops, and iOS and Android on mobile platforms. It supports over 90 languages.
January 15, CentOS development team announce the latest release “CentOS Linux 8 (1911)”. It is a distribution derived from “Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1”.
Kubernetes, container cluster build and management tools, is starting a bug bounty program. The reward will be between $200 and $10,000. As Kubernetes is getting more widespread, they want to ensure its security by encouraging security experts to find bugs.
January 13, Git development team released the latest Git 2.25. Git is a distributed version control system.
January 9, IPFire development team announced the release of IPFire 2.23 Core update 139, a firewall system based on Linux.
January 7, Node.js development team released the latest version Node.js 13.6.0 (Current).
January 7, Apache Wicket development team released the latest Apache Wicket 8.7.0.
January 7, Mozilla released Firefox 72.0, the latest version of the open-source web browser Firefox. There are notable feature enhancements. Now fingerprint blocking feature is there by default, and Picture-in-Picture feature works also on Linux and Mac.
December 25, Ruby development team released Ruby 2.7.0, the latest stable release. It experimentally introduces pattern matching, and there are notable performance improvements.
January 2, Apache Libcloud development team announced the latest stable release of Apache Libcloud 2.8.0. It is positioned as the last major release of the v2 series.