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  • Yelp Releases an Initialization System for Docker Containers

    Simple, clean, easy to install. Sounds elegant. Best of all, you can check it out for yourself. Yelp gave dumb-init its own page on GetHub. Dumb-init is one of a number of internally-build tools that the social recommendation service has released as open source.

  • KDEPIM KDE and opensource

    Once upon a time a program named Akregator.

    It was born in 2004.

    But it didn’t evolute during 6-7 years. It was a bad thing for an kdepim application.

  • GTK+ 3.19.7 Brings Kinetic Scrolling For Wayland & More

    GNOME developers have released the latest development version of the GTK+ tool-kit in the approach towards GNOME 3.20.

    Today's GTK+ 3.19.7 release makes use of the new Wayland DnD support that just landed today. In the Wayland scope GNOME 3.19.7 also adds support for kinetic scrolling. Details on the GTK+ kinetic scrolling can be found via this bug report.

  • openSUSE makes the Leap to the Public Cloud

    openSUSE Leap 42.1 is now available on Amazon EC2, Google Compute Engine, and Microsoft Azure. Leap has been available on EC2 & GCE since shortly after it release; the Azure release was delayed due to a qemu bug resulting in incorrectly formatted images. These images are maintained by SUSE’s Public Cloud Engineering Team. If you’d like to peek inside, they’re developed on Open Build Service (OBS), in the Cloud:Images project.

  • Independent Research Firm Names Red Hat a Leader Among Private Cloud Software Suites

    Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that it has been named a leader in two Forrester research reports ranking private cloud software suites and hybrid cloud management solutions. “The Forrester Wave™: Private Cloud Software Suites, Q1 2016” and “The Forrester Wave™: Hybrid Cloud Management Solutions, Q1 2016” reports assessed vendors in terms of their current offerings, market presence, and strategy, and Red Hat was placed as a leader in both reports.

  • Key Stocks of the Day: Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT)
  • Red Hat Announces the Beta of Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7

    The Red Hat JBoss Middleware Team at Red Hat, Inc. has proudly announced the release and general availability of the first Beta build of the upcoming Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 software suite.

  • Debian/TeX Live 2015.20160117-1 and biber 2.3-1

    About one month has passed and here is the usual updated of TeX Live packages for Debian, this time also with an update to biber to accompany the updated version of biblatex. Nothing spectacular here besides fixes for some broken links of fonts.

  • $65 hacker board runs 64-bit Linux on quad-core Atom

    The Linux- and Android-friendly “JaguarBoard” SBC, based on a 64-bit quad core Atom processor, has achieved 600 percent of its Kickstarter funding goal.

  • What you need to know about Tizen 2.4 OS upgrade for Samsung Z1

    Tizen 2.4 Operating System (OS) for the Samsung Z1 has been in beta testing since the end of September 2015. Since then there has been a huge user demand for the Operating system to mature and flourish into a final release.

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Qt 5.10 and digiKam

  • Qt 5.10 Platform Support Changes Being Discussed
    Qt developers have begun a fresh round of discussions over the supported platforms / operating systems of Qt 5.10 that will be released in the later part of this calendar years. Among the officially supported Linux distribution changes would be moving to RHEL 7.3, openSUSE Leap 42.2, Ubuntu 17.04 (still keeping around 16.04 LTS too), moving the Windows MinGW to MinGW 6.3, and more.
  • digiKam – A Professional Photo Editing and Management Software
    digiKam is an advanced cross-platform digital photo management app inspired by photographers’ needs to view, tweak, enhance, organize, and share photographs across Linux systems. It possesses all the tools and feature set necessary to process, manage, organize, and transfer photographs, videos, and RAW files – while consistently receiving optimization upgrades to its feature set and workflow.

GNOME/Unity in Ubuntu