This is not the first time we hear that Ubuntu Tweak's development has ended
Can someone enlighten me to which one is the better between Chromium vs Iron on topics:
- Features: HTML5 video playback, PDF reading, Google extensions support, et al.
NOTE: Must I remember you guys that I don't intend to install PPAPI/NPAPI plugins. I do need Flash and Java, but only on specific websites that will be run under IE. Or, i can always run an extension named IE Tab.submitted by /u/MortalCoil-
hackerboards: Movidius unveiled a "Fathom" USB stick and software framework for accelerating neural networking processing on embedded and mobile devices.
Cumulus Networks Founder Rebases Networking Linux
In an exclusive video interview with Enterprise Networking Planet, Rivers details why he decided to transition into the new role and what it means for the company. He also provides some insight into what's next on the product roadmap, including a new version of Cumulus Linux. The new Cumulus Linux 3 is a rebasing to the latest Debian Linux release, with the addition of the Btrfs filesystem providing powerful snapshotting and rollback capabilities.
- OpenSUSE Tumbleweed Is Soon Switching To GCC 6, Lands Mesa 11.2.1 & Linux 4.5.2
Tumbleweed updates Kernel, Mesa, gstreamer
After an entire full rebuild last week, openSUSE Tumbleweed is shifting its focus to another area.
Tumbleweed is planning to switch the compiler to GCC 6, and if all goes well, according to Dominique Leuenberger, it might be available in a few weeks, but will certainly trigger another full rebuild.
- Average Analyst Rating for Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT)
Lubuntu 16.04 LTS - See What's New
Lubuntu 16.04 LTS was officially released as part of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Official Flavors. This release ships with the latest build of LXDE Desktop Environment and powered by long-term suported of Linux kernel Series 4.4.
- The Linux Embedded Development Environment launches
More Direct Rendering Manager Code Gets Aligned For Linux 4.7
Several Git branches were pulled in the past few hours into DRM-Next as preparation work for having the Direct Rendering Manager feature updates ready for the Linux 4.7 merge window later this month.
Wayland 1.11 Alpha Released
The first alpha is now available of Wayland 1.11 along with the adjoining Weston 1.11 reference compositor. This also marks the feature freeze for the Wayland/Weston 1.11 series.
- IWOCL 2016 Slides Posted To Learn More About The Latest OpenCL Tech
Benchmarks Of A ~$90 Android Chinese Netbook With Wondermedia SOC
For those curious about the performance out of the sub-$100 USD "Chinese netbooks" using the low-priced Wondermedia SoCs, here are some benchmarks.
- Could Android eventually reach 100 percent market share?
- The best customizable Android Wear watch faces
- Google Patches 40 Android Flaws in May Update
Planned Death [Ed: Pieter Hintjens has terminal cancer]
A planned death is not a moment in time, like a car accident or a fatal stroke. It is a process. A social process that involves hundreds of people, each doing their part, grieving their loss, accepting their own mortality.
Zebra Technologies' RhoMobile App Development Platform Goes Open Source
...its enterprise and consumer mobile app development platform, is now released to open source under the MIT License.
- What makes React so special?
How to identify small problems for big team wins
Every software project has moments where they have "a bit of spinach in their teeth"—that is, a simple problem that they just can't see.
To address this, Deb Nicholson started SpinachCon, an informal workshop that brings free and open source software projects and volunteers together to identify and fix little problems that can pose big obstacles.
- RightScale Announces Docker Container Management
NoSQL Databases, Explained: How They Help Solve the Data Storage Deluge
NoSQL databases have emerged as a key tool for organizations battling the data deluge. What does NoSQL actually mean, and which advantages does it deliver for data storage needs? Here's everything you need to know about NoSQL.
For starters, let's make clear that NoSQL is not a specific database product. It's a term that refers to a general category of database, which different vendors have implemented in different ways.
Document Foundation Kicks Off Month of LibreOffice Campaign, Awards Contributors
Softpedia has been informed by The Document Foundation's Mike Saunders about a new campaign which aims to credit every single contributor to the open-source LibreOffice office suite.
Dubbed Month of LibreOffice, the new campaign kicks off on the first day of May 2016, awarding some of the LibreOffice contributors with a barnstar via a special wiki page. The campaign has just started, so you won't see many entries there, as they need to be added by members of The Document Foundation in time, depending on the task they did.
- Commercial software chokkas with ancient brutal open source vulns [Ed: Black Duck a parasite]
OpenBSD Foundation Announces Gold Sponsor
Not only is it great to hear that companies are giving back to the project, but also that OpenBSD was nominated by DDG users. A big thanks to them and their community!
An Open Source Lead Tester
[Matthew] is working on an Open Source Lead Tester for his entry into the 2016 Hackaday Prize.