The Kubernetes community gathered in Austin Texas.
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Dell responds to the reports of critical vulnerabilities in IME.
Torvalds said that developers should focus more on debugging than resorting to fallback mode.
Red Hat adopts cure provisions of GPLv3 to help companies fix GPL violations.
Torvalds lashes out at a Canonical developer who introduced a regression.
Developers can now also access free of cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer subscriptions on Fedora 27.
Samsung is testing Linux desktop for its DeX experience.
An Ubuntu based operating system designed for professionals.
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Run multiple Linux distributions in Windows 10.
Docker is now offering Kubernetes as an orchestration platform.
Comes with two new features for better security.
Ubuntu completes the cycle of life and goes back to letter A and Gnome.
He wants attackers to join the community instead of attacking their code.
Oracle is recommending a new name for Java EE platform.
The peanut gallery of the internet is closing its open source repository.
LinuxCon is now Open Source Summit.
There has been over 33 releases since the first release of Gnome.
Microsoft and Red Hat expand their partnership.
Comes with improved support for Microsoft office file formats.
The company is building their own storage solution called Stratis.
Are you ready for DevOps? Try your luck with the beta version of Linux Professional Institute’s new DevOps exam.
Kolab Now subscribers now have access to Collabora Online.
A new version of Endless OS has been released.
Encourages people to take time out and work on open source projects on Friday.