The last year or so was already a wild ride for the open source instruction set architecture RISC-V, then Intel stepped in, took a top tier membership, a seat on the board, pledged to spend a billion dollars on the architecture, and began partnering with key RISC-V vendors.
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Until now the AlmaLinux OS Foundation has been operating with a board of directors that was fully appointed. That's getting ready to change with an election that's getting ready to happen.
With SCaLE getting ready to celebrate its 20th birthday in a few weeks, we decided to take a deep delve into one of the best known community-focused Linux conferences.
The banks foot the bill for the platform, which keeps detailed eyes on a vendor's financials to satisfy regulatory requirements. Bank customers involved in the legal cannabis business get access for free.
Rocky Linux, a Linux distribution intended to be a drop in replacement for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, has released version 8.6, which puts it on par with the latest and greatest from Red Hat.
The 48 hour turnaround is looking like the norm for AlmaLinux, a feature-by-feature clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
According to Red Hat's CEO, pandemic caused logistical changes such as remote working were already a part of the open source ecosystem, which has helped put FOSS further ahead of the curve moving forward.
Friday's beta release of AlmaLinux 8.6 means the project is currently actively working on two separate versions of its RHEL clone.
The Founder and CEO of Canonical, the company behind the popular Linux Distribution Ubuntu, indicated on Thursday that the company will probably have its IPO sometime in 2023.
The Linux Foundation's premiere North American event is scheduled to be staged June 21-24 in Austin, Texas. The event will also be live streamed for viewing at home.
Although All Things Open’s Meetups have returned to being in-person events focused on a local and regional audience, conference organizers this week announced a Meetup in May that will be virtual only, therefore available worldwide.