Why FFmpeg worth to learn FFmpeg is ... well, there's no sense in a classical introduction. This is the Swiss knife for multimedia. Big, solid and popular project without real competitors, also used in many applications. Of course, a lot of applications available to work with multimedia, from free to super
So why? Files often contain personal information. It can be timestamps, GPS location, owner, organization, specific hardware info and more. Removing it will increase user privacy. You maybe don't need it now, but will need it later: the future isn't always predictable. Is metadata bad? Metadata isn't evil 'cause helpful
"Limited" Open Source 7-zip developed by Igor Pavlov, first release happened in far 1999. Licensed under LGPL-2.1-or-later, but one detail: you can't find the actual sources on Github, Gitlab, nor any public code hosting, only src.7z on official Sourceforge page. No history, no committers, no names, no documentation,
The Microsoft FOSS Fund has chosen GNOME as winner of 20th funding round for "From low-level libs over the window manager to end user applications the GNOME project is an essential part of many graphical Linux devices." They also noted Ubuntu as "the first Linux work environment supported at Microsoft"
The Best Open Source Photo Organizing Software Introduction Cheap smartphones and digital cameras - the key factor of digital revolution. Every amateur can create a personal collection with gigabytes or even terabytes of multimedia content, and online services like Google Photos or Flickr can help to save them. Clouds are
DNF — package manager in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Centos, Fedora. It's a very powerful and fast tool, and solid user experience can be very helpful for your everyday tasks, massive deployments or even certifications like RHCSA, RHCE, LPIC. RHEL is very popular in the enterprise world and de facto belongs