Last month, we discussed here the fact that we'll be covering the entire development cycle of the upcoming Ubuntu 17.04 (Zesty Zapus) operating system, which is expected to launch sometime in April 2017.
TuxMachines: The Linux Foundation Issues Free E-Book on Open Source License Compliance Best Practices
The Linux Foundation today released a free e-book, Open Source Compliance in the Enterprise, that serves as a practical guide for organizations on how best to use open source code and participate in open source communities while complying with the spirit and the letter of open source licensing.
As reported earlier in the week, Canonical held its Ubuntu Online Summit (UOS) event between November 15 and November 16, 2016, during which members of the Ubuntu community were able to learn more about what's coming to the Ubuntu 17.04 Linux.
While Firefox's 50 milestone failed to introduce any major features to the open-source, free and cross-platform web browser used by millions of people worldwide, it looks like Mozilla has some big plans for the next major release.
LXer: Don't Believe the Lies; Microsoft Hates Linux and Merely Pulls E.E.E. Tactics Against It, Including .NET Promotion
- Amid Scapegoating, Union-Shaming and Gagging by Battistelli, SUEPO’s Prunier Provides More Details on Union Busting at the EPO
- Don’t Believe the Lies; Microsoft Hates Linux and Merely Pulls E.E.E. Tactics Against It, Including .NET Promotion
- The EPO Lowering Patent Quality, Accused of Issuing Invalid Patents, and Promoting Software Patents (Hence Trolls)
- Breaking: Dutch Parliament Debate About Immunity of the EPO and the Tyranny of Benoît Battistelli (Updated)
- Violations of Human Rights at the EPO in the Name of Fraud Prevention
- Links 16/11/2016: X.Org Server 1.19, Firefox 50
- Links 15/11/2016: “498 out of 500 of the Speediest Computers on the Planet Are Running Linux”