Huawei: Linux-based Sailfish OS as Android replacement?

Aurora OS indeed is a Sailfish OS fork. It is based on open-source Sailfish OS mobile Linux operating system, made by Finnish company Jolla.

Known for privacy and security SFOS could prove beneficial for Huawei which can utilize the very trait for its smartphones.

Sailfish OS is also known to be compatible with Android apps as well.

=> fossbytes.com/huawei-linux-bas
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CERN has announced plans to migrate away from Microsoft products and on to open-source solutions where possible.

Microsoft bumped the cost of various software licenses 10x, which is just too much for CERN’s budget.

The ‘Microsoft Alternatives project’, codename MAlt, also looks to help “take back control” and demonstrate that building core services can be done without vendor and data lock-in.

omgubuntu.co.uk/2019/06/cern-d

I just set up the @manjarolinux bot to replicate the ManjaroLinux twitter feed here so that you never miss again an update from the best rolling Linux distro.

@Strit

Demain, c'est le 6 juin. Il faudrait instaurer une journée internationale de la pièce jointe le 6 juin 🤔

#pardon

H.R. Giger’s Tarot Cards: The Swiss Artist, Famous for His Design Work on Alien, Takes a Journey into the Occult

openculture.com/?p=1039798 t.co/UrehGUEHmw

"Courage is knowing it might hurt and doing it anyway.

Stupidity is the same.

And that's why life is hard."

- Jeremy Goldberg

How many #RustLang developpers to change a lightbulb ?
Only one, and the borrow checker won't let them do it if someone got the reference of this joke

When Soviets met Stans: the tower blocks of central Asia – in pictures

Two Italian photographers, Roberto Conte and Stefano Perego, documented Soviet-era buildings in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan

theguardian.com/cities/gallery

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