LibreOffice ribbonned up, the Pi Store, Fedora's new logo, Plasma's new release, Linux for the non-techies, the glass is half <fill as appropriate>
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Fedora are designing a new logo. The lead developer uses free and open source tools only. She would like constructive and respectful feedback, but she felt forced to disable the comments on her blog, because some people just can't help being jerks.
New Plasma is out. Bluetooth devices now show their battery usage, Firefox 64 can now optionally use native KDE open/save dialogues. Also, improvements to Discover. Jason Evangelho's openSUSE challenge.
Mike: Tabulate for Python, because fuck me it's so good!
Shane: Latest version of Blender