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20.05 released

Version 20.05 wraps up the consolidation of Noux with the C runtime, advances the device-driver infrastructure and virtualization support on ARM, reaches feature-completion of our block encryptor, and leverages seccomp for sandboxing components on top of Linux.

genode.org/news/genode-os-fram

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20.05 released

Version 20.05 wraps up the consolidation of Noux with the C runtime, advances the device-driver infrastructure and virtualization support on ARM, reaches feature-completion of our block encryptor, and leverages seccomp for sandboxing components on top of Linux.

genode.org/news/genode-os-fram

Our annual Genode Hack'n'Hike will be taking place in two months. It's the perfect event for getting in touch with other Genode enthusiasts and pushing forward your own Genode project in a cozy environment.

Hack'n'Hike 2020 Github issue with all information around the event: github.com/genodelabs/genode/i

20.02 released, highlights are:

on 64-bit ARM i.MX 8

End-user friendly redesign of Sculpt admin GUI

VirtIO support for ARM VMM

Sandbox API for multi-component applications

genode.org/news/genode-os-fram

Genode boosted

We just released the version 19.11 of the Genode OS Framework.

The highlights of this version are the prototype of a custom block-device encrypter implemented in SPARK, virtualization of 64-bit ARM platforms, new tooling especially geared towards the porting and development of application software, and much improved POSIX compatibility.

genode.org/documentation/relea

Genode 19.08 released, featuring:

- Flexible keyboard layouts
- Custom kernel for 64-bit ARM and NXP i.MX8
- i.MX8 network driver
- SMBIOS table access on x86
- New tooling for light-weight tracing
- General system time concept
- Clipboard handling
- SSH exec channel support
- Qt5 update to version 5.13
- Updated Ada/SPARK runtime
- Disposable VM for handling captive portals
- Consolidation of the C runtime and Noux

genode.org/documentation/relea

In response to requests from people interested in coming to Dresden to work on projects with direct assistance, Genode Labs will hold a new event, the "Genode Community Summer" this year.

For more information, see genodians.org/m-stein/2019-08-

19.05 released

The highlights of version 19.05 are a new kernel-agnostic virtualization interface, initial support for the 64-bit ARM architecture, the use of C++17 by default, a new tool chain based on GCC 8.3, updated C and SPARK runtimes, and the consolidation of build directories across boards.

genode.org/documentation/relea

Genode boosted

Three conclusions to draw from #Google denying #Huawei access to software & the importance #FreeSoftware has for technology users, public bodies, and businesses alike: fsfe.org/news/2019/news-201905

New version of released today, this forth stage features package deployment and routing control via a graphical user interface. This release is a huge jump forward as it allows users to share packages using a federated package indexes.

genode.org/documentation/artic
genode.org/download/sculpt

For information on creating and deploying your own packages, see
genodians.org/

19.02 released,
Release highlights include:

- Sculpt OS with federated software provisioning

- Showcase of a Java-based IoT network appliance (Boot2Java)

- Showcase for a component-based web service (Genodians.org)

- OpenJDK with JIT on 32-bit ARM and 64-bit x86

- Improved Ada and SPARK support

- Initial OCaml bytecode runtime

- API cleanup and safety improvements

- Support for i.MX 6 Quad Sabrelite and Nitrogen6 SoloX boards

genode.org/documentation/relea

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Microkernels and Component based OS devroom at . It was a pleasure to host such an international group of presenters, and it was good to see that the and communities can get along so well :-)

For those that missed it nearly all of the recordings should be available today:
fosdem.org/2019/schedule/track

Which additional programming languages would you like to support? Which languages would you like to see improved?

Currently supported languages:
- Ada / SPARK
- C / C++
- Java
- Nim
- Python
- Rust

This years roadmap for and has been finalized: genode.org/news/road-map-for-2

In 2019, we will focus on practical use cases, on interoperability, and on harmonizing Genode with existing applications and programming languages.

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