Tumbleweed Rolling, Tails Anonymity, Bodhi Forum Hiccup
Today in Linux news openSUSE's Tumbleweed is back up and rolling thanks to two new Intels. The Bodhi project suffered a glitch in their forums today causing downtime but "little to no lost content." Bryan Lunduke interviewed nameless faceless members of the Tails team and SFC posted that including ZFS in Ubuntu does violate the GPL. John P. Mello Jr. has "the downside of Linux popularity" and Bruce Byfield looks back at the career of GNOME founder Miguel de Icaza.