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  • Option Market: Red Hat Inc Risk Hits A Depressed Level
  • Post-Election Consensus Review for Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) Stock
  • New TLS algorithm priority config for libvirt with gnutls on Fedora >= 25

    Libvirt has long supported use of TLS for its remote API service, using the gnutls library as its backend. When negotiating a TLS session, there are a huge number of possible algorithms that could be used and the client & server need to decide on the best one, where “best” is commonly some notion of “most secure”. The preference for negotiation is expressed by simply having an list of possible algorithms, sorted best to worst, and the client & server choose the first matching entry in their respective lists. Historically libvirt has not expressed any interest in the handshake priority configuration, simply delegating the decision to the gnutls library on that basis that its developers knew better than libvirt developers which are best. In gnutls terminology, this means that libvirt has historically used the “DEFAULT” priority string.

  • Base Runtime and the Generational Core

    Modularity (formerly, Modularization) is an ongoing initiative in Fedora to resolve the issue of divergent, occasionally conflicting lifecycles of different components. A module provides functionality (such as a web server) and includes well-integrated and well-tested components (such as Apache httpd and the libraries on which it depends). It can be deployed into production in various ways: as “classic” RPM packages or a container image, and is updated as a whole. Different modules can emphasize new features, stability, security, etc. differently.

  • Fudcon APAC @ Phnom Penh

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Red Hat and Fedora

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  • NCTA Tech Awards go to Red Hat, Cisco, Stealz
  • Updating Nagios in EPEL-7 (Looking for Testers)

    One of the projects on my plate this year is to update the Fedora Project nagios server so that monitoring is done through a better template system in ansible. [The main reasons for using nagios versus going to another system are the following: a) We already have nagios in place and have used it for years, Cool it doesn't use/need a database backend for either its webpages or monitoring systems, c) before I can compare other systems I need an updated version of nagios to know what features we would get.]

  • Quick Guide: How to Plan Your Red Hat Virtualization 4.0 Deployment

    On August 24th of this year Red Hat announced the newest release of Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) 4.0.

    Just two months later the Red Hat Cloud Suite tooling (known as the Cloud Deployment Planner) was updated to provide you with all the RHV 4.0 details you need to plan your next deployment.

  • Why Red Hat Inc (RHT) Is (And Shouldn’t Be) Overlooked
  • Flock Stories 2016, Episode 3: Brian Exelbierd

    What can you do to get the most out of your time at events like Flock? Today, we hear from one of the main organizers of this year’s Flock conference, Brian Exelbierd. Brian is a multi-disciplinary Fedora contributor who dabbles in community building, documentation writing, and technical problem solving. Most recently, Brian took up his new role as the Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator (FCAIC). He also has some humble advice for folks looking for hints on how to give their Fedora contribution powers a boost!

  • Fedora 25 to have MP3 playback
  • PHP version 5.6.28 and 7.0.13

    RPM of PHP version 7.0.13 are available in remi-php70 repository for Fedora and Enterprise Linux (RHEL, CentOS).

    RPM of PHP version 5.6.28 are available in remi repository for Fedora ≥ 22 and remi-php56 repository for Enterprise Linux.

  • LinuX at UNI is coming soon!!!

    Yesterday we had the first official meeting with the volunteers for the event #LinuXatUNI which is going to be possible thanks to the sponsor of FEDORA LATAM and the GNOME Foundation.

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Fedora 25 Multimedia

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Movies

Fedora 25 Is Quite Possibly My Most Favorite Release Yet

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Fedora 25 is nearly complete and this afternoon we should hear whether it will be formally released next week or will be pushed back one week due to lingering blocker bugs. Nevertheless, I've been carrying out more tests on Fedora 25 on multiple test systems in recent days and have been very pleased with this Red Hat sponsored Linux distribution release.

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Fedora 25 Linux Delayed by a Week, Could Arrive on November 22, 2016

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Today, November 10, 2016, was the Fedora 25 Go/No-Go meeting, and it appears that the upcoming GNU/Linux distribution, which was scheduled for release next week, on November 15, was delayed by a week.

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Also: Fedora 25 Has Been Delayed To 22 November

Red Hat 'spy' makes appearance at SUSECon

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SUSE

The attendees at SUSECon 2016, the annual conference of the Germany-based SUSE Linux being held in Washington DC this week, fall into the usual well-known categories: employee, media, analyst, speaker etc.

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  • KDevelop 5.0.3 Open-Source IDE Improves GitHub Handling Authentication, More
    The development behind the open-source and cross-platform KDevelop IDE (Integrated Development Environment) was proud to announce on the first day of December the availability of the third point release for KDevelop 5.0 stable series. KDevelop 5.0.3 arrives one and a half months after the second maintenance update, but it's a small bugfix release that attempts to patch a total of nine issues reported by users since then. However, it's a recommended update for all users. "We are happy to announce the release of KDevelop 5.0.3, the third bugfix and stabilization release for KDevelop 5.0. An upgrade to 5.0.3 is strongly recommended to all users of 5.0.0, 5.0.1 or 5.0.2," reads the release announcement.
  • PHP 7.1.0
    The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.1.0.
  • PHP 7.1 Makes Its Debut
    This first major update to last year's huge PHP 7.0 release builds several new features on top. Introduced by PHP 7.1 is nullable types, a void return type, a iterable pseudo-type, class constant visibility modifiers, support for catching multiple exception types, and many other language enhancements plus more performance optimizations and other work.

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OSS Leftovers

SUSE Leftovers

  • openSUSE Tumbleweed – Review of the Week 2016/48
    After releasing daily snapshots without interruption for 17 days, Tumbleweed did slow down a bit during the last week. As already mentioned in my last review, 1124 had been canceled due to an issue with sddm installing strange branding configurations. And later on, we ‘broke’ our own staging setup and needed to bootstrap a few of them, making the throughput much lower than you were used to. So, we ended up with 3 snapshots since my last review: 1125, 1128 and 1129.
  • Highlights of YaST development sprint 28
    November is over, Santa Claus elves start to stress and the YaST team brings you one of the last reports of 2016. Let’s see what’s new in YaSTland.