Google Summer of Code has brought together over 4,500 students from around the world with over 300 open source projects and together have created millions of lines of code.more »
For those who weren't about to make it the CeBIT Open Source Forum 2011 in Hannover, Germany earlier this month, video of the presentations are now available to the general public free of change.more »
"Jobs and Events are the primary Upstart concepts," writes James Hunt Ubuntu Upstart maintainer at Canonical. "The version of Upstart provided with Ubuntu Natty provides a new “initctl” command “show-config” which when coupled with a new tool “initctl2dot” allows these interactions to be understood visually."more »
Mozilla announces availability of its Firefox 4 (release candidate) for Android and Maemo.more »
“Stronger definition of network behavior in software is a growing trend, and open interfaces are going to lead to faster innovation,” said Nick McKeown, ONF Board member and professor at Stanford University.more »
Google has announced the accepted projects list for its 2011 Google Summer of Code (GSOC) Program.more »
“We are ready to support OpenStack deployments anywhere starting today.” ~ Jim Curry, General Manager of Rackspace Cloud Buildersmore »
The OpenLogic research into new mobile applications found that many iPhone and Android apps containing open source fail to comply with OSS licenses.more »
Longtime litigator revives an ancient suit against IBM alleging Linux infringes on Unix copyrights.
Specialty distro keeps the focus on advanced learning.
The openSUSE Conference will be held July 18-22, 2013, at the Olympic Museum in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Security breached at home sites of the CMS project.
Lead Java developer vows policy changes and more attention to fixing problems.
Vendor D-Wave scores big with a sale to NASA's Quantum Intelligence Lab.
Many package updates and Steam integration highlight the latest from the Mandriva-based community Linux.
Richard Stallman calls for the W3C to remain independent of vendor interests.
The new release supports nine architectures, 73 human languages, and zero non-Free components.
Fedora developers release the first alpha version of Fedora 19, known as Schrödinger’s Cat, for general testing. The final release is expected in July 2013.