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[#] Sat Sep 16 2017 16:20:19 EDT from rss

Subject: KDE is partnering with Purism to create a Linux smartphone

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Want a free-software smartphone? KDE and Purism have started a crowdfunding campaign to build one.

[#] Sat Sep 16 2017 18:13:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux drone controller has HDMI input and long-range WiFi

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The ArduPilot based “Emlid Edge” drone controller runs Linux on a quad -A53 SoC, and offers an HDMI input, long-range 5.8GHz WiFi, and a UAVCAN GNSS module. Emlid, which has previously launched the Raspberry Pi based Navio and HAT-ready Navio2 drone controllers, has now opened $699 pre-sales on a much more advanced Emlid Edge controller, […]

[#] Sat Sep 16 2017 20:05:13 EDT from rss

Subject: Python explosion blamed on pandas

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Data science fad just won't dieNot content to bait developers by declaring that Python is the fastest-growing major programming language, coding community site Stack Overflow has revealed the reason for its metastasis.…

[#] Sat Sep 16 2017 21:58:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Can Ubuntu Come Back To Top On Distrowatch After GNOME Desktop Environment?

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For a very long time, Ubuntu was at the heart of the Linux revolution. The leader, the heart, and soul on the quest for Linux to win the desktop operating systems wars. With the then GNOME and GNOME 2 desktop environments, the task was clear, the job was cut out and then in 2017, it has not happened yet.

[#] Sat Sep 16 2017 23:51:55 EDT from rss

Subject: Fake A Hollywood Hacker Screen in Linux Terminal

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This tiny tool turns your Linux terminal into a Hollywood style real time hacking scene.

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 01:59:59 EDT from rss

Subject: Ubuntu-enabled open source SDR board shrinks in size and price

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Lime Microsystems launched the $139 “LimeSDR Mini,” a size- and cost-reduced sibling of its Ubuntu Core-enabled LimeSDR board, at CrowdSupply. Lime Microsystems, a developer of field programmable RF (FPRF) transceivers for wireless broadband systems, has gone to CrowdSupply again, to fund a size- and cost-reduced variant of the LimeSDR board that it launched there last […]

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 04:37:27 EDT from rss

Subject: Larry Ellison: There is No One Left for Oracle to Buy

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Good news for open-source vendors, Larry Ellison doesn't want to buy you. "There is no one left to buy," Ellison said. "It's not like there are a lot of obvious, as we focus on the Cloud, there are a bunch of obvious targets, we can go out and buy." "So we’re seeing our best growth in technology that we have developed internally," he added.

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 05:41:50 EDT from rss

Subject: CentOS 7.4 Is Now Available for 64-Bit, ARM64, ARMhfp, POWER7 & POWER8 Machines

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CentOS developers Karanbir Singh and Jim Perrin announced the release of the CentOS 7.4 operating system for supported architectures, a release that brings all the latest updates and security patches.

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 07:35:16 EDT from rss

Subject: Kubernetes Creators' Enterprise IT Startup Heptio Raises $25M

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The company's founders, CEO McLuckie and Joe Beda -- along with Brendan Burns, who's now with Microsoft -- developed Kubernetes, the popular Linux container orchestration platform, while at Google and released it to the open source community, where it's now part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, a Linux Foundation Collaborative project that McLuckie helped start. Since then, McLuckie and Beda have been able to take the "little" project they helped create and parlay it into a rewarding career.

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 09:26:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Source Summit: Linux Kernel Developers Discuss Challenges, Opportunities

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LOS ANGELES — While Linus Torvalds is the most famous Linux kernel developer, he's just one of many that help to lead the way forward. In a panel session at the Open Source Summit in Los Angeles a panel of leading Linux kernel developers discussed their views on the current state of Linux kernel development.

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 11:28:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Oracle Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation in Kubernetes Push

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There is some truth to that statement. Oracle does have a cloud and it does run Kubertetes. But no one other than Oracle is claiming that Oracle's IaaS cloud is either large or successful, although in Zemlin's defense, "large" is a relative term.

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 13:18:50 EDT from rss

Subject: DevOps jobs: 6 eye-opening statistics

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DevOps engineers are expected to be one of the most in-demand roles among North American employers next year.

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 15:22:52 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Goes to Hollywood

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Linus Torvalds joined by tech leaders and Tinseltown actors at LA Open Source Summit

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 17:13:41 EDT from rss

Subject: Why The Linux Foundation Still Exists

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The Linux Foundation hosted its annual Open Source Summit North America event from Sept. 11 to 14 in Los Angeles, highlighting open-source efforts that it helps to lead. One question that Linux Foundation Executive Director, Jim Zemlin grapples with on a regular basis is why his organization continues to be relevant.

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 19:03:29 EDT from rss

Subject: BlackArch Linux A Pentesting Linux Distribution

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When it comes to penetration testing, the best way to go is Linux. Distros like Kali and Parrot are quite popular. Today we're going to look at another awesome penetration testing distro known as Blackarch. Blackarch Linux is an Arch Linux-based penetration testing distribution for penetration testers and security researchers. The Blackarch comes with a tools repository that contains over 1800 tools with new ones being added quite frequently.

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 20:52:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 5: Coaching football with AI, a guide to logging in Python, and more

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In this week[he]#039[/he]s top 5, we take a look at an AI project used to call football plays, logging in Python, and more.

[#] Sun Sep 17 2017 22:58:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Solus 3 Brings Maturity and Performance to Budgie

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Back in 2016, the Solus developers announced they were switching their operating system over to a rolling release. Solus 3 marks the third iteration since that announcement and, in such a short time, the Solus platform has come a long way.

[#] Mon Sep 18 2017 00:46:05 EDT from rss

Subject: This Week in Open Source News: Open Source Summit 2017 Roundup

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Open Source Summit North America was this past week and some of our favorite writers and journalists were onsite reporting live about this event. Below you'll find a special edition of the news digest from Sean Michael Kerner, SiliconANGLE, and Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols!

[#] Mon Sep 18 2017 02:48:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Heptio Raises New Funding to Close Kubernetes Operational Gaps

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Craig McLuckie helped launch the open-source Kubernetes project while at Google and has been busy since November 2016 with his new company Heptio. Heptio is now moving forward, thanks to a $25 million Series B round of funding, bringing total funding to date for the startup to $33.5 million.

[#] Mon Sep 18 2017 04:07:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Microsoft is Promoting Software Patents in India in Another Effort to Undermine Free/Open Source Software, Microsoft-Connected Trolls Are Still Suing

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The ongoing patent threat to Free/libre Open Source software (FLOSS) and the role played by Microsoft in at least much of this threat

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