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Red Hat proving that open source communities are better for security

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Red Hat’s technology powers the Internet infrastructure and has benefited from the open source involvement of its community of users.

Red Hat develops software in collaboration with customers from a range of industries, including government and financial services. The company and its community of developers use this valuable feedback to build rigorous security protocols into the software in a rigorous and ongoing manner.

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Fedora 22 Alpha Lets Users Test the Beta Version of GNOME 3.16 - Screenshot Tour

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We’ve reported a few days ago that the Fedora 22 Alpha computer operating system has been released by Fedora Project for testing, and that it includes numerous features, among which we have mentioned the Xfce 4.12 desktop environment, as well as Linux kernel 4.0 Release Candidate 1 (RC1).

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Red Hat powers up partner programme for enterprise container ecosystem

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Red Hat sees containers as a key technology for delivering applications in cloud-based infrastructure, and has started a new partner programme aimed at building a trusted ecosystem for containerised enterprise applications.

As one of the largest open source vendors, Red Hat has already helped drive Linux and the OpenStack cloud framework into the enterprise, and believes Linux containers based on the Docker technology for application delivery is a logical next step.

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Red Hat partners with Docker to create Linux/Docker software stack

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Server

Much of Linux's early business success was based on the Linux, Apache, MySQL and Python/PHP/Perl (LAMP) stack. Looking ahead Red Hat and Docker is hoping that "RHELDoc," a software stack made up of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Docker containers, can do for the cloud and data center what LAMP did for servers.

The two are doing this by launching one of the first certified, end­-to-­end ecosystem programs for Linux containers based on Docker. This follows up on Red Hat's earlier announcement in March of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host (RHELAH). This program integrated RHEL and Docker.

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An Everyday Linux User Review Of Fedora 21

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Reviews

The version I will be reviewing is the one provided with the default download link from the Fedora website which includes the Gnome 3 desktop environment.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 Officially Released with Support for Linux Containers

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Red Hat was proud to announce earlier today, March 5, the availability of the first maintenance release of its Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 operating system for computers, used in numerous enterprises worldwide. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 contains a great amount of bug fixes and improvements over the previous release, as well as various new features.

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Also: iSER target should work fine in RHEL 7.1

​Red Hat buys into Docker containers with Atomic Host

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Not much over a year ago, few people knew about containers, and fewer still knew about Docker. Since then, the idea of building server and applications out of container-based micro-servers, has exploded in popularity. Red Hat has been watching this and now with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host (RHELAH) the company has its own operating system/container pairing to offer the business world.

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Linux Kernel Developer Work Spaces Video: Tejun Heo, Red Hat

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Tejun Heo is a Linux kernel developer and a principal software engineer at Red Hat. In this video he takes us on a tour of his home office and answers a few questions about his work as a kernel subsystem maintainer.

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Design blog: Raleigh tech company is 'An Office You Wouldn't Mind Waking Up to Go To'

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Raleigh open-source technology firm Red Hat is featured in a recent article by design blog Design Milk as a workplace worth "waking up to go to."

The article highlights Red Hat's colorful interior, communal space, outdoor terrace and other features available to the "lucky employees" of the downtown company.

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Red Hat Integrates More Closely With OpenStack

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OpenStack is at the center of a frenzy of engineering and marketing activity, and Red Hat is one of the major players making OpenStack an area of strength. The company just announced the sixth version of its OpenStack-based platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6.

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    Now that KDE Plasma 5.3 was released this week, KDE developers are starting to plan out and work on the new material intended for KDE Plasma 5.4.
  • Interview with Wolthera
    My name is Wolthera, I am 25, studied Game Design and currently studying Humanities, because I want to become a better game designer, and I hope to make games in the future as a job. I also draw comics, though nothing has been published yet. [...] After I played a lot with MyPaint, I heard from people that Krita 2.4 was the shit. When I went to the website at the time (which is the one before the one before the current) it just looked alien and strange, and worse: there was no Windows version, so I couldn’t even try it out. So I spent a few more years having fun with MyPaint alone, but eventually I got tired of its brush engine and wanted to try something more rough. When I checked Krita again, it had two things: a new, considerably more coherent website (the one before this one) and a Windows build. Around that time it was still super unstable and it didn’t work with my tablet. But MyPaint also had tablet problems, so I had no qualms about dual booting to Linux and trying it out there.
  • GSoC with KDE
    So, my project is titled: Better Tooling for Baloo. Let me begin by explaining what Baloo is. According to its wiki page it is "Baloo is a metadata and search framework by KDE." What exactly does it mean? Baloo is responsible for providing full text search capabilities to KDE applications. It doesn't end there it also provides searching on basis of metadata of various types of files. To acomplish this it indexes file contents and metadata using various plugins ,called extractors, to handle different types of files. It then exposes the data it has indexed with the help of various API's. So thats a very high level view of how it works. Now, my project, as the title states will provide better tools for Baloo. These tools will mainly be: