opus-tools, gd, bzip2, cpio, libpng, findutils, lcms2 libpaper, libc, libcx, libevent, ffmpeg, klusrmgr, perl-Scalar-List-Utils
Rpm work:
We released version 0.2.1-1 of opus-tools (A set of tools for the opus audio codec), version 2.3.0-1 of gd (A graphics library for quick creation of PNG or JPEG images), version 1.0.8-1 of bzip2 (A file compression utility), version 2.13-1 of cpio (A GNU archiving program), version 1.6.37-1 of libpng (A library of functions for manipulating PNG image format file), version 4.7.0-1 of findutils (The GNU versions of find utilities (find and xargs)), version 2.11-1 of lcms2 (Color Management Engine), version 1.1.28-1 of libpaper (Library and tools for handling papersize), version 0.1.6-1 of libc (Standard Shared Libraries), version 0.6.9-2 of libcx (kLIBC Extension Library), version 2.1.11-3 ot libevent (Abstract asynchronous event notification library), version 4.2.2-3 of ffmpeg (Digital VCR and streaming server), version 1.4.2-1 of klusrmgr ((kLIBC) User Manager), version 1.49-2 of perl-Scalar-List-Utils (A selection of general-utility scalar and list subroutines)
It is uploaded as rpm to the netlabs rel or exp repository. To install, use either yum or ANPM. If anyone prefers a zip file, those are available at the netlabs rel repo or at the netlabs exp repo.

Non rpm work:
We are making steady progress in stabilizing Chromium.
To be able to finish this all we urgently need more sponsors!!!.

Proof of concept:
We released a proof of concept browser, which is limited in functionality. It lacks bookmarks, printing and more. This browser is to demonstrate, that a lot more websites are working. The Otter Browser in the end will have more functionality of course.
Here you can download the latest browser version. In the 7z download is a readme.txt file with details how to run and install the browser.
In order to run it, you need to update libc, libcx, libevent and ffmpeg-libs from Netlabs experimental repository.

What's new in opus-tools:
  • first OS/2 rpm
What's new in gd:
  • updated to version 2.3.0
  • resync with fedora spec
  • added changelog entry
What's new in bzip2:
  • updated to version 1.0.8
  • resynced the spec with fedora
What's new in cpio:
  • update to vendor version 2.13
  • use scm_* macros
  • resynced with fedora spec
What's new in libpng:
  • updated libpng to 1.6.37
  • resynced with latest fedora spec
What's new in findutils:
  • update to version 4.7.0
  • resync with fedora spec
What's new in lcms2:
  • update to vendor version 2.11
  • resynced with fedora spec
What's new in libpaper:
  • update to vendor version 1.1.28
  • resynced with fedora spec
What's new in libc:
What's new in libcx:
What's new in libevent:
  • Remove OS/2 specific EBADF hack from select_dispatch [#2]
What's new in ffmpeg:
  • Disable broken native Opus decoder/encoder [ffmpeg-os2#4]
What's new in klusrmgr:
  • add context menu for users and groups
  • fix error when manipulating groups with numbers below 10
  • fix ticket #11 by adding -xx switch for silent removal in usermod and groupmod
What's new in perl-Scalar-List-Utils:
  • rebuilt with latest tools, fixes a crash
What's new in Chromium:

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We estimated in 2018 that we need around 42000 €. But it turns out this estimate was too optimistic. As of today 21.01.2021 the new estimate is 7000 € higher, which means 49000 € in total.
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