July 24, the development team behind “Apache Arrow”, a cross-language development platform for in-memory analytics, announced its latest major release “Apache Arrow 1.0.0”.
July 29, the developing team behind GNU nano text editor announced its latest major release “GNU nano 5.0 (Among the fields of barley)”. It is available for download from the project website.
July 28, the developing team behind the open-source machine learning platform “TensorFlow” released its latest version “TensorFlow 2.3.0”.
July 28, Mozilla released the latest version of the open-source web browser “Firefox 79”. Although there are only a few new features, many improvements are added to the Developer Tools.
July 28, React framework Next.js released the latest version “Next.js 9.5”.
July 27, the development team behind distributed version control system Git announced the latest stable release “Git 2.28.0”.
July 23, the GNU project and the developers behind GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) released “GCC 10.2”. It is the first point release of GCC branch 10. It includes nearly 100 bug fixes.
July 19, the development team behind the open-source photo editing and management application “digiKam” announced the latest major release “digiKam 7.0.0”.
July 20, Linux Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports free and open-source software like Linux, announced a new initiative “Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH)”. It aims to help public health authorities fight against COVID-19 and future epidemics with open source technologies.
July 21, Germany-based SUSE announced the general availability of “SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 2”.