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Ken Stark’s Reglue Has Moving Blues

Ken Starks working at Reglue

Reglue, which refurbishes used computers and installs Linux on them for use by school students who can’t afford a computer, has to move to new digs. […]

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The Verdict On systemd Is In

Components of systemd

While the use of systemd by most Linux distros remains a subject of controversy, the recent vote by Debian members to support systemd while exploring other alternatives seems to indicate the init system is gaining acceptance. […]

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Can the Linux Foundation Speak for Free Software?

Linus Torvalds Linux Fountation's LinuxCon North America 2016

Although the Linux Foundation seems to represent Linux and the entire Linux user community, many community members have complained for years that the organization has defaulted to representing only the interests of its corporate membership. […]

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Linux & Open Source 2019: Chrome OS, Snap, Flatpak, RISC-V, and Stallman

Zipping up 2019

We look back on 2019 using our 2020 hindsight at some of the important happenings during the last year in the world of Linux and open source. […]

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Who Will Succeed the Current Free Software Leaders

Most FOSS leaders came into prominence during the 1980s and 90s and are now approaching, or have passed, the age when most people retire. Are free software organizations ready for the change that appears to be just around the corner? […]

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