Going Live: "This Week in Django" at DjangoCon It all starts with a tweet.Sep 05, 2008
For more than 36 episodes over the past 10 months, Trier and Rosner, the co-hosts of TWiD, have been weekly voices of the Django community – discussing big news, tracking trunk releases, covering community notes, and inviting the occasional guest to join the discussion. And this weekend, at the first ever DjangoCon, the TWiD crew gets its chance to broadcast live and uncut in front of all their peers – the community that powers the content driving TWiD each and every week.more »
Pollsters, pundits, economists, taxonomists, hackers, trackers, analysts, and panelists have all suggested that maybe the economy isn’t doing so well. No one is really sure how long it will last, but many of us have the feeling we’ve seen this before. Just when you think you’ve figured it all out, the business cycle swings around again.more »
Doghouse: Meet the maddog Jon 'maddog' Hall writes about the communityAug 31, 2008
Jon 'maddog' Hall introduces himself and rolls out the first installment in his new monthly community-focused column.more »
PHP CLI Tips and Tricks PHPWomen Contest WinnerAug 19, 2008
PHPWomen.org recently held an article-writing contest on their Best Practices Forum. Authors of the two winning submissions each received copies of Zend Studio for Eclipse, a 1-year subscription to Linux Pro Magazine (which is called Linux Magazine outside North America), and the opportunity to feature their articles on the magazine websites. Congratulations goes to Gerard Sychay for his winning submission!more »
Our roving camera makes another stop at the LinuxWorld .org pavillion for a talk with the team from Infiscale, where we learned about some open source clustering solutions.more »
Joe Casad talks to Fedora Community Manager Karsten Wade.more »
Linux Pro Magazine's Editor in Chief, Joe Casad, sat down with Ubuntu's Community Manager, Jono Bacon, at this week's LinuxWorld in San Francisco.more »
Linux Foundation's big event celebrates the 25th anniversary of Linux
Linux has evolved from a “won’t be a professional” project to one of the most professional software projects in the history of computers.
Competitors get in the game with RHEL without Red Hat
Security researchers have already notified Microsoft; some fixes are available
The company is collaborating with Google and Intel to use Kubernetes as an engine for Fuel
Customers can take a free test drive of SLES for HPC on the Azure Cloud
San Francisco-based chip company announces their first fully open source chip platform.
The whole distro gets rebuilt on glibc 2.3
Ubuntu Vendor tries to solve app packaging and distribution problem across distributions.