EuroLinux, the Poland-based company behind the RHEL clone by the same name, has announced the first point release of EuroLinux Desktop, a desktop Linux distribution that was unveiled in September.
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Not long after updating its Pangolin laptop line, System76 is at it again, with a new updated version of its Gazelle laptop.
As Red Hat slowly loses its open culture under IBM's ownership, SUSE might be set to finally become an important global open-source player, but only if its board allows the former Red Hatter who will take the helm on May 2 to bring "the open source way" to a secretive and "top-down" corporate culture.
Pushing the end of voting back by one day assures there will be no confusion about when the polls close, which could have cost some OSI members their votes.
A seemingly unintentional factual error in a get-out-the-vote email sent by Open Source Initiative to its members could result in some members waiting until after the polls close to vote in the organizations current board of directors election.
Although Open Source 101 (which will be held for the first time in Charlotte, North Carolina on Thursday March 23) targets those new to open source, veteran open sourcers can find benefits from attending, too.
Basil Cousins, the co-founder and director of OpenForum Europe has died after a long illness.
If this is March, it must be election time at OSI. This year, two individual seats and one affiliate seat are in the running.
Here's a dozen reasons, in the form of a dozen items that are on this year's schedule, to go to this year's SCALE, which starts Thursday in Pasadena, California.
Nextcloud announced on Wednesday that it now has a SharePoint replacement ready for production use, and that Deutsche Telekom has made Nextcloud Office available to the users of MagentaCLOUD.
At an online media event held in early February, Red Hat's former CEO talked about investing, open source, open governance, and of course, Red Hat.