Ken Stark’s Reglue Has Moving Blues

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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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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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Resignations Signal Generational Change at Apache Foundation

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Three resignations from important posts at the Apache Foundation in May point to a generational change that is happening at other Linux and open source organizations as well. […]

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Gael Duval, Father of User Friendly Linux, on Mandrake and /e/ Phone

In this interview, Gail Duval talks about his days at Mandrake, the Linux distro he founded, as well as his current project, /e/, a Googleless phone. […]

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Eelo: Gaël Duval’s Open Source, Privacy Respecting Android Phone Clone

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The man behind the first user-friendly Linux distribution now seeks to produce a free-as-you-want-it-to-be Android phone that respects user rights. […]

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