Welcome to Gentoo, a highly flexible, source-based Linux distribution.
GNOME 3.30 is now available in Gentoo Linux testing branch. Starting with this release, GNOME on Gentoo once again works with OpenRC, in addition to the usual systemd option. This is achieved through the elogind project, a standalone logind implementation based on systemd code, which is currently maintained by a fellow Gentoo user. Gentoo would like to thank Mart Raudsepp (leio), Gavin Ferris, and all others working on this for their contributions. More information can be found in Mart’s blog post.
|Yury German||Gentoo Blogs Update|
|Matthew Thode||Building Gentoo disk images|
|Alexys Jacob||Scylla: four ways to optimize your disk space consumption|
|Mart Raudsepp||Gentoo GNOME 3.30 for all init systems|
|Alexys Jacob||py3status v3.17|
|GLSA 201906-01||Exim: Remote command execution||high|
|GLSA 201904-25||QEMU: Multiple vulnerabilities||normal|
|GLSA 201904-24||Ming: Multiple vulnerabilities||normal|
|GLSA 201904-23||GLib: Multiple vulnerabilities||normal|
|GLSA 201904-22||OpenDKIM: Root privilege escalation||normal|
|lapack||BLAS,CBLAS,LAPACK,LAPACKE reference implementations|
|gamestat||Group for shared high-score and game state files|
|aws-sam-translator||A library that transform SAM templates into AWS CloudFormation templates|
|backports-tempfile||Backport of new features in Python's tempfile module|