Ubuntu Is in Urgent Need for a systemd Maintainer, Developer
Martin Pitt, a renown Ubuntu developer, who apparently is in charge of the systemd maintenance/development for the Ubuntu Linux operating system, posted a message on the Ubuntu mailing list asking for assistance in maintaining systemd in Ubuntu.
Mozilla Firefox 38.0.5 Arrives with Pocket (Read It Later) Integration
After three Beta releases, the final version of the Mozilla Firefox 38.0.5 web browser has arrived today for all supported operating systems, including GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows, and Mac OS X.
Why enterprises embrace open source
The state of affairs of enterprise IT is changing quickly. Open source will become a much higher percentage of every IT organization’s environment, given its advantages in terms of cost, control, and innovation. Likewise, open source skills will soon become a critical requirement, both for using open source wisely, but also in attracting the kind of talent necessary to compete in a Third Platform world.
Nethserver's robust open source community drives innovation
A short while ago I was reviewing one of my Twitter lists and I happened upon a tweet that led me to NethServer, an open source project that featured a product the likes of which I had been looking for in recent months.
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Ubuntu SDK Receives Important Updates, Converging UI Coming Soon
Zoltán Balogh posted recently some information regarding the latest changes implemented in the Ubuntu SDK (Software Developer Kit), which is used for developing applications for the Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system.
The Intel Graphics Changes For The Linux 4.2 Kernel
The Linux 4.2 kernel will bring continued enablement on Intel's next-gen Skylake architecture, low-power display states, basic enablement of Broxton hardware, DisplayPort improvements, the Gen7 command parser was finally added, dynamic page-table allocation for Gen8+ graphics hardware, and many other internal driver changes.