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Linux Foundation begins clampdown on Torvalds

Friday 13th of March 2015 11:00:00 AM

 ITwire: The Linux Foundation has begun an apparent clampdown on Linux creator Linus Torvalds, with a "code of conflict" being drafted and accepted into the kernel community.

How Github Conquered Google, Microsoft and Everyone Else

Friday 13th of March 2015 06:00:00 AM

Wired: Chris DiBona worried everything would end up in one place.

Cumulus Networks Submits APD Spec to OCP

Friday 13th of March 2015 02:00:00 AM

Enterprise Networking Planet: Cumulus Networks this week submitted the ACPI Platform Description (APD) to the Open Compute Project as a new specification to help further enable the evolving world of open network switches.

Control Camera via Web with gPhoto2 Bottle

Thursday 12th of March 2015 10:00:00 PM

scribblesandsnaps: If you are looking for a simple tool that makes it possible to control the camera's basic settings and actions from any device using a regular browser, gPhoto2 Bottle might be right up your alley.

4 reasons CIOs should give open source a second look

Thursday 12th of March 2015 09:00:00 PM

EnterprisersProject: Here's what Red Hat's CIO says when he hears IT leaders identify open-source barriers.

Docker Acquires Kitematic for Desktop Container Deployment Technology

Thursday 12th of March 2015 08:00:00 PM

eWEEK: Kitematic, an Open-Source project that received funding from the government of Canada, could help to push Docker technology on to more systems.

Black Lab Sphere Is a Unique, One of a Kind Linux Desktop PC

Thursday 12th of March 2015 06:00:00 PM

softpedia: Black Lab Sphere turns out to be more than just a mini PC,

Setup Your Own Speedtest Mini Server to Test Internet Bandwidth Speed

Thursday 12th of March 2015 05:00:00 PM

 tecmint: mini is a speed testing application which is used for hosting speed test server (Mini) on your own site/server.

How to create split screen shots in Kdenlive

Thursday 12th of March 2015 04:00:00 PM Video editing is not a complex process from the user's point-of-view.

OpenGL 4.0 Turns Five Years Old, Mesa Still Doesn't Fully Support It

Thursday 12th of March 2015 03:00:00 PM

Phoronix: The sad part is that Mesa still doesn't fully implement the GL 4.0 specification.

Linux Kernel 3.18.9 Is Now an LTS (Long-Term Support) Release

Thursday 12th of March 2015 02:00:00 PM

 softpedia: Today we have some good news for all users of the Linux 3.18 kernel,

"First" Ultra-HD Android TV STB launches in France

Thursday 12th of March 2015 01:00:00 PM

 LinuxGizmos: French TV provider Free unveiled a "Freebox Mini 4K," claimed to be the first Ultra HD Android TV set-top box, based on a new Broadcom Cortex-A15 STB SoC.

What Linux Distro Do You Use?

Thursday 12th of March 2015 12:00:00 PM

FOSSforce: The thing is, here in the FOSS world we have absolutely no way of knowing how many people might be using a particular distro.

KDE President Lydia Pintscher on the Role of a Nonprofit in Open Source Development

Thursday 12th of March 2015 11:00:00 AM We talked to Lydia Pintscher, the president of the KDE e.V., the nonprofit organization that oversees the legal and financial aspects of the KDE project, to understand the relationship between the community and the organization.

Google Targets Digital Signage With Chrome Updates

Thursday 12th of March 2015 06:00:00 AM

TechCrunch: Google wants to make sure that embarrassing ‘blue-screen-of-breath’ in the shop window doesn’t have to be a thing anymore – it’s aiming squarely are replacing windows as a dominant platform in the digital signage industry,

SUSE Cloud Gets Rebranded and Updated to OpenStack Juno

Thursday 12th of March 2015 02:00:00 AM

eWEEK: Linux vendor SUSE today announced the general availability of its SUSE OpenStack Cloud 5 distribution, providing users with an updated infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) platform.

A practical guide to cult(ure) of DevOps: Steps to reduce gossip

Wednesday 11th of March 2015 10:00:00 PM The recommendation I see needed most often is the development of trust within an organization

Is the Linux Foundation trying to gag Linus Torvalds?

Wednesday 11th of March 2015 09:00:00 PM

 ITworld: Linus Torvalds has taken a lot of criticism for responses to Linux developers over the years.

Getting started with big data doesn't have to be expensive

Wednesday 11th of March 2015 08:00:00 PM

 EnterprisersProject: Analytics and big data are top strategic priorities for many CIOs, and rightfully so.

How to install the fast and lightweight DNS Server MaraDNS on CentOS 7

Wednesday 11th of March 2015 07:00:00 PM

 HowToForge: MaraDNS is a small, free and lightweight Domain Name Server.

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Reglue at LibrePlanet

  • LibrePlanet & the Sounds of Silence
    My sponsor for attending LibrePlanet was John Sullivan, the executive director of the Free Software Foundation, and I was surprised that he took the time to get me shown around. I wanted to kiddingly say to John, “Hey, you got people to do this, right?” I didn’t because I was afraid the humor would not have translated well…and I’m not sure it did here either.
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    On March 21st of this year, the Free Software Foundation presented our organization Reglue with the Award for Projects of Social Benefit. We share that announcement link with Sébastien Jodogne for being given the Award for the Advancement of Free Software. We're specifically thankful that people like Sean "NZ17" Robinson spearheaded this nomination campaign and got us into the running.

Hisense And Haier Launch $149 Chromebooks

A few weeks ago Google made headlines with the launch of the new Chromebook Pixel, the highest-end Chromebook on the market (and with a price to show for it). Today, the Chrome OS laptop ecosystem is launching two products that are the exact opposite: the Haier Chromebook 11 (now available online at Amazon) and the Hisense Chromebook (now available at Walmart). Both of these 11.6-inch Chromebooks will retail for $149, making them the most affordable Chromebooks yet. Read more Also: Hands on: The $149 Hisense Chromebook succeeds at being incredibly affordable