NCSU Hosts One-Day Introduction to Open Source

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Open Source 101 is an all day world-class introduction to open source for only $10 — and the price includes lunch. Where’s the profit in that?

It’s something of a grand experiment and […]

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Leon Anavi’s Open Source News Vlog

Leon Anavi Open Source News

All of us at the FOSS Force office have become big fans of this new open source news blog from Leon Anavi and can’t wait until the next edition comes out in February. Don’t worry […]

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The Man Who Didn’t Invent Email Attacks Free Speech

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The man whose much disputed claim to have invented email when he was a 14-year-old is taking legal actions, or threatening such, against anyone who publicly disagrees with his version of history.

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MongoDB Ransomware Attacks Grow in Number

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Evidently DevOps running MongoDB haven’t heard the word about the latest round of ransomware targeting the database, as the numbers of deployments with data being held for ransom continues to rise.

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GNU Officially Boots Libreboot

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FSF and GNU decide to grant Libreboot lead developer Leah Rowe’s wishes. The project is no longer a part of GNU says RMS.

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