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Open Recall: Scratch 2.0, plans for Vim 7.4, more

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Open Recall is a space on The H for those things that are too small to package as news but are worth covering. In this edition: a beta of GlusterFS 3.4, version 2.0 of the Scratch interactive programming tool and language, GNU Awk 4.1.0, plans for the upcoming Vim 7.4, and version 2.0 of the open source data management platform CKAN.

* GlusterFS 3.4 beta – Red Hat has announced the first beta release of GlusterFS 3.4, its open source distributed filesystem. The beta version features improved QEMU support, integration with oVirt's GlusterFS management GUI, support for SSL encryption of in-flight data, and compatibility with NFSv3's access control lists. GlusterFS is available to download from the project's web site.

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