March GNU Spotlight with Amin Bandali: Eleven new GNU releases!
Message from Amin Bandali, who is taking over Mike Gerwitz's role for GNU Spotlight:
Hello! I'm Amin Bandali, and starting this month I'm taking over the GNU Spotlight from my fellow GNU hacker and free software activist Mike Gerwitz. Mike, thank you so much for all your work over the past four years for curating and preparing the monthly GNU Spotlight, which is a personal favorite part of the Free Software Supporter for me. I will do my best to continue in your steps in bringing exciting news on new releases of GNU packages to our dear readers.
Eleven new GNU releases in the last month (as of March 27, 2022):
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