Linux, and the community of hackers and users that formed around it, make for a formidable operating system product, both for software development and everyday use. Clearly it is superior, so where are all the apps?
The MUSE group wrote a telemetry proposal as a pull request, and it backfired. Linux users are usually safe from telemetry thanks to distro maintainers, so why are people still mad? And what does that say about the way software is distributed as a whole?
There’s one aspect that’s always really annoyed me about Windows. Except this time, all major operating systems can be affected. Installers are one of the biggest cryptographic and social engineering security holes out there…
Sysadmins hate him! Okay, maybe not, but still a funny story about how forgotten software data can be difficult to get rid of.