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  • Low Valuation, Strong Earnings Growth Put Red Hat in 'Sweet Spot'

    The stock is an undervalued pick that faces robust growth this year. The time to buy the stock is now, ahead of earnings that are likely to come in strong.

  • What's in the Card for Red Hat (RHT) in Q4 Earnings?
  • Sausage Factory: Multiple Edition Handling in Fedora

    Starting with the Fedora.next initiative, the Fedora Project embarked on a journey to reinvent itself. A major piece of that effort was the creation of different “editions” of Fedora that could be targeted at specific user personas. Instead of having a One-Size-Fits-Some Fedora distribution, instead we would produce an operating system for “doers” (Fedora Workstation Edition), for traditional infrastructure administrators (Fedora Server Edition) and for new, cloudy/DevOps folks (Fedora Cloud Edition).

  • F23-20160318 updated Lives released

    I am happy to announce the release of the F23-20160318 update lives. This set of lives contain all the updates as of the date of creation. Those updates include the 4.4.5-300 kernel.

  • DNF 1.1.7 and DNF-PLUGINS-CORE 0.1.17 Released

    Another release of DNF stack is there. In the new version of plugins there is support for debuginfo packages to be automatically upgraded along with the package they belong to and dnf repository-packages command was optimalized drastically. In addition over ten bugs were fixed in this release. Read more in DNF and plugins release notes.

  • Fedora 24 wallpaper preview coming in Alpha

    With the release of Fedora 24 Alpha just around the corner, it will be the first time for many to get a good look of how the final wallpaper for Fedora 24 will look on their desktop. Masha Leonova from the Fedora Design Team recently blogged showing what the wallpaper will look like in Fedora 24 Alpha.

CoreOS delivers container security with Clair

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CoreOS the makers of Linux for massive server deployments and a container power in its own right, launched an early version of Clair, an open source container image security analyzer late last year. Today, CoreOS released Clair version 1.0 and it's ready for production workloads.

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Open source success drives Red Hat move into Asia

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Concerns over China's economic slowdown as well have kept many global companies wary. Not Red Hat.

The open source software major is planning to spend tens of millions of dollars in China in the next five years as part of a broader effort to lift growth in Asia, which currently contributes a fifth to Red Hat's revenues, president and chief executive Jim Whitehurst told CNBC.

The North Carolina-based company is expected to cross $2 billion in revenues this year with a target to hit $5 billion in around five years. It is aiming to more than double the Asian ex-Japan share of its revenue to 20 to 25 percent in the same period—up from 10 percent now.

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  • Red Hat @ Nullcon 2016

    Red Hat, has been getting a chance to be the badge sponsors to Nullcon for consecutive 3 years now. Nullcon organizers are creative in making the badges and the effort is well appreciated when the the security enthusiasts are fond to see the first thing they hit

  • Red Hat Starts Beta Test Cycle for Enterprise Linux 6.8

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8 officially enters its beta stage today, providing users of Red Hat's Linux platform with new features, some of which had already debuted in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 in November 2015.

    While the RHEL 7 product branch first became generally available in June 2014, Red Hat's Linux products have long life cycles. RHEL 6, first released in November 2010, is still in what Red Hat refers to as Product Phase 1, which means this version's capabilities are still being updated and extended.

  • Red Hat (RHT) – Investment Analysts’ Recent Ratings Changes

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Fedora: The Latest

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  • Security Team Post-FAD Notes

    Right now Fedora has a couple of problems with getting security fixes onto people’s systems quickly. The first has to do with embargoes. Because Fedora isn’t part of the trusted network, we don’t get advance notification of vulnerabilities before their embargo is lifted. This means that when we are notified of an urgent security vulnerability the public also has the information and we’re left scrambling to find the fix (patch, new version, etc) and ship it. Some other flavors of Linux will have had advance notice and will have these patches or new versions packaged up and ready to ship with the embargo is lifted.

  • Wayland not to Wayland, at least on Fedora 23 and comming Fedora 24
  • Reminder: Flock talk submission deadline is April 8
  • 3 weeks left to submit your talk for FLOCK 2016

    Flock in Krakow is still far away, but if you’d like to attend and submit a talk you should do it very soon. The deadline for submitting talks is april 8th!

  • Git clients & servers need checked. Pre-2.7 bugs.
  • Developers Are Trying To Make Sure Qt Apps Fit In Well On Fedora Workstation

    Fedora developers are trying to ensure that Qt applications still integrate well with the Fedora Workstation desktop, which is powered by GNOME with the GTK tool-kit.

    Fedora Workstation 24 is shipping with the adwaita-qt theme that is a native Qt theme trying to blend with the Adwaita GTK theme. There's also the QGnomePlatform Qt platform plug-in that forces Qt applications to use this theme and the same font/icons as GNOME. In other words, it's trying to force Qt applications to look identical to their fellow GNOME/GTK applications.

  • Fedora 24 Will Ship With Linux 4.5 Kernel, Linux 4.6 To Be Offered As Update

    Fedora developers have decided this summer's release of Fedora 24 will ship with the recently released Linux 4.5 kernel.

    Fedora kernel stakeholders had a discussion to decide what kernel to use for the Fedora 24 release. While Linux 4.6 should likely be out just before the final freeze of Fedora 24, they decided that it would be cutting things close and instead would like to ensure a solid Linux 4.5 is shipped for Fedora 24.

  • Fedora 24 Wallpaper package

ownCloud updates coming soon in Fedora

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If you store or track storage across lots of different places, you may have heard of ownCloud. This open source product lets you manage and share data across locations seamlessly. The project is a popular one, and there’s even a commercial service built around it.

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