DoorDash thinks we're supposed to be impressed that it's working to keep its drivers safe. We ask, isn't that just what they should be expected to do? We have a suggestion about something they should do if they really want to impress us with their efforts.
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During the last week or so, financially strapped MariaDB has announced that it's laying off 28% of its workforce and that it's shutting down two popular projects that are used by enterprise customers.
Three-and-a-half years after handing over the reins at Red Hat, Jim Whitehurst has the job he likes best again, although only temporarily. It’s been no…
This week FOSS News Roundup also includes a list of some goodies coming to KDE Plasma 6.
Canadians in wildfire ravaged areas can't swap important and potentially life saving news stories on Facebook as a result of the country's recently passed news link law.
As Red Hat's reputation as an example to the corporate world on how to do open-source right fades, will SUSE's new CEO, Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen, pick up the mantle?
The New York Stock Exchange doesn't like it when your stock dips below a dollar.
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.
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.