Skype 1.4 For Linux Released As An Alpha Version
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Earlier this week Bugzilla 3.0 was finally released by the Mozilla Foundation. Bugzilla 3.0 supports new custom fields, mod_perl support, skins, XML-RPC interface, automatic update notification, and much more. More information on version 3.0 is available here.
OpenOffice.org 2.2 has been released. Some of the improvements to make OpenOffice.org a much more viable alternative to Microsoft Office 2007, version 2.2 features improvements to the quality of text display, PDF export improvements, and many more improvements specific to the various components. OpenOffice.org can be downloaded here.
On the sixth year anniversary of OpenOffice.org, version 2.0.4 was released. OpenOffice v2.0.4 introduces new PDF management, direct export to LaTex, new functionality in Calc and Impress, and many more enhancements. The download page for OpenOffice.org 2.0.4 is here, and here are the release notes.
Subversion 1.4.0 has been released, which delivers on several new features for this open-source revision control application. Subversion 1.4.0 includes BDB 4.4, repository auto-recovery support, and a new tool for synchronizing repositories (svnsync). There are also several speed enhancements and bug fixes. More information can be found at the Subversion web-site.
Over 12 years since the project was started, FreeDOS version 1.0 has finally been released! FreeDOS v1.0 should now be a "viable and stable" MS-DOS replacement. FAT32 is supported as well as long filename support. Grab it and find out more over at SourceForge.
Skype was founded in 2003 by Niklas Zennström, from Sweden, and Janus Friis, from Denmark. The Skype software was created by Estonians Ahti Heinla, Priit Kasesalu, Jaan Tallinn, and Toivo Annus. Friis and Annus are credited with the idea of reducing the cost of voice calls by using a P2P protocol like that of Kazaa. An early alpha version was created and tested in spring 2003, and the first public beta version was released on 29 August 2003.
Multiple different versions of Skype have been released for Windows since its conception. The original line of Skype applications continued from versions 1.0 through 4.0. It has offered a desktop-only program since 2003. Later, a mobile version was created for Windows Phones.
In 2012, Skype introduced a new version for Windows 8 similar to the Windows Phone version. On 7 July 2015 Skype modified the application to direct Windows users to download the desktop version, but it was set to continue working on Windows RT until October 2016. In November 2015, Skype introduced three new applications, called Messaging, Skype Video, and Phone, intended to provide an integrated Skype experience on Windows 10. On 24 March 2016, Skype announced the integrated applications did not satisfy most users' needs and announced that they and the desktop client would eventually be replaced with a new UWP application, which was released as a preview version for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update and dubbed as the stable version with the release of the Windows 10 Creators Update.
Shayamal, thanks for a constructive response. So I'm using Ubuntu, and my understanding is that the only reliable way to use Teams on Ubuntu is to use the browser-based solution. That is, IIRC I read somewhere that the Linux/Ubuntu app doesn't work. [NOTE: See thread in this forum "Can't join meetings as guest from Linux Teams app's newest version any longer"]. When I click on a meeting link to open up Teams, and use the Teams linux app, the meeting apparently isn't recognized. So I'm using the web-based solution.
This release introduces preliminary Windows 11 support.While Windows 11 is yet to be released, this release has been tested on preview versions of Windows 11.This includes an important fix for Screen Curtain (see important notes).The COM Registration Fixing Tool can now resolve more problems when running NVDA.There are updates to the synthesizer eSpeak and braille translator LibLouis.There are also various bug fixes and improvements, notably for braille support and Windows terminals, calculator, emoji panel and clipboard history.
This is exception for Opera web browser lovers; Opera 9.5 Beta is now available for download. It has been a long time since Opera released the alpha version, and this beta version is definitely more than welcome for all.
A new version of the Ruby Matrix SDK has now been released, adding a new abstraction in the form of a Sinatra-inspired bot DSL, as well as general fixes and improvements. Making a Ruby-based Matrix bot can now be as simple as;
This week we released Dendrite 0.9.0 and Dendrite 0.9.1. There are quite a few big changes, including an all-new caching model and several optimisations. This release also moves our baseline supported Go version up to Go 1.18.
Quadrix v1.2.0 has now been released. It's already available for Linux ( , ) and Android ( =chat.quadrix.android). The Windows, MacOS and iOS versions are awaiting approval from the respective stores. 2b1af7f3a8