ZDnet: Cyanogen, the company that backs the popular CyanogenMod alternative Android firmware, wants to take on Apple and Google for mobile operating system domination.
NetworkWorld: Google's latest foray into the open-source realm is a framework it's calling PerfKit, which is designed to measure application performance in the cloud, the company announced Wednesday.
LinuxGizmos: Former Unbounded Robotics execs have launched "Fetch Robotics" with $3 million in funding, and will ship a ROS-on-Linux mobile manipulator bot in Q2 2015.
LinuxBSDos: Pkg is that package manager and one of the its many commands I think you should get to know asap is the audit command.
opensource.com: There is a whole chain of events, dare I say a perfect storm of technologies and philosophies rising to prominence that rendered inevitable the rise of DevOps or something like it
InternetNews: Apache's advisory notes that, the issue was identified by the Tomcat security team on 30 May 2014 and made public on 9 February 2015.
LKML: During a dedicated Live Kernel Patching track at LPC in Dusseldorf, all the interested parties sat
together and came up with a joint aproach that would work for both distro vendors.
Webupd8: ownCloud 8.0.0 includes some very interesting changes like favorites support, various performance and usability improvements and more
Light Reading: Cisco is developing open source tools designed to allow network operators to describe policy in more meaningful terms.
LinuxGizmos: The Firefox OS-based Matchstick media player has been delayed a half year to August, and will receive an overhaul to move to a quad-core SoC and add DRM.
ZDnet: Too many open-source programs try to get by on a shoe-string, and our technology suffers for it.
InternetNews.com: The open-source OpenStack Foundation grew its' revenue based by 52 percent in 2014 over 2013. OpenStack Foundation 2014 revenue came in at $17.5 million.
The VAR Guy: Data center management and automation company StackIQ has added new Docker, Hadoop and Puppet features to its platform for maintaining big data, cloud and cluster infrastructure.
opensource.com: Is it a risky play? Sure it is.
opensource.com: Dave Hakkens is the founder of Phonebloks, an initiative that supports and pursues the creation of modular hardware for cellular phones to reduce electronic waste (e-waste) and increase efficiency.
The New Stack: There is no doubt of a certain degree of skepticism about the foundation and how Joyent is positioning it
Linux.com: SDN and NFV have been advancing innovation in the networking industry over the past few years, but it’s still early, and not many of the technologies have made it out of the lab and into the networks – until now.
eWEEK: In terms of where the CII is allocating its money, Zemlin said that it has committed roughly half of the money it has raised so far to a variety of projects and efforts over a three-year period.
FOSSforce: The recent purchase of a Chromebook for my son got me thinking about a new opportunity for Linux on the desktop.
betanews: Korora is dessentially a "remixed" Fedora, which makes it better for beginners by including things -- repositories, codecs, proprietary software -- that are not normally included