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Bug bounties: finding and fixing security holes with European Commission funds

Free and open source software (FOSS) is about much more than driving costs down, in some cases even down to zero – it’s about giving control back to users, developers and even nations. With FOSS, everyone gains the freedom to study, improve and share the software – and to use it whenever and wherever they […]

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Using a Matrix Bridge with LibreOffice IRC Channels

Hossein Nourikhah writes: Ever wondered about using modern chat tools to discuss LibreOffice? Here we will discuss using a Matrix bridge to connect to the LibreOffice IRC rooms, to participate more efficiently in LibreOffice-related discussions. Traditionally, IRC has been the preferred way of communication for the FOSS communities including the LibreOffice community. There are multiple […]

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Node-firebird-driver-native version 2.4.0 has been released with a few features added.

Node-firebird-driver-native version 2.4.0 has been released with a few features added.

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Bug bounties: finding and fixing security holes with European Commission funds

Free and open source software (FOSS) is about much more than driving costs down, in some cases even down to zero – it’s about giving control back to users, developers and even nations. With FOSS, everyone gains the freedom to study, improve and share the software – and to use it whenever and wherever they […]

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