The Globe and Mail is not the only publication to offer open-source software to download.
Other publications have started offering the software as well, with most offering the Cisco Open Source Software for Windows 10 or Ubuntu Linux.
However, there are a few exceptions.
MacRumors has recently launched a new version of its open-Source software, Open Source for Mac, as well as the MacRumor Linux client.
It is not clear if MacRumours is using the same version of Open Source software that Apple is using, but it’s possible.
In any case, MacRumories is offering a free download of the Open Source code for the Mac and Ubuntu versions of Ubuntu.
Macrumors says the Mac version will include more than 1,500 files, but the download includes a lot more.
Macs can also be updated with the latest version of Ubuntu, which was released earlier this month.
Mac users have to wait until April 29, 2019, for the next major Ubuntu update to get the newest version of the Mac operating system.
Mac Rumors offers a number of other downloads as well.
The latest Mac version, OS X El Capitan, will be released in early March, while OS X Yosemite will arrive in early October.
You can also try out the Mac App Store for free.