This week we chat about the new Raspberry Pi, Chromium on Mint, YouTube-DL takedown, Ubuntu, carrier lock, HBO Max.
Linux Mint are now 🏗️ building and packaging Chromium
The RIAA got ⚖️ YouTube-DL taken off GitHub (via Torrent Freak)
Ubuntu 20.10 is out (via FOSS Linux) 🦍
No more carrier lock in the UK 🔓 (via The Verge)
HBO Max is back for Linux users 🖥️ (via Ars Technica)
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