We're inclined to subtitle this "A Camera's Eye View of the Death of a Social Platform." There are resources here for folks trying to find people they knew on Pebble.
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Foundation members will be voting to elect a total of three board members. One will be to fill a seat that was vacated when its holder stepped down. The others are completely new seats.
Lordy! Lordy! Lordy! Gnu’s turning 40! The Free Software Foundation is pulling out all of the stops for a birthday celebration hack day on October…
In the age of computers, 30 is a ripe old age. Happy birthday, Debian.
Fedora is looking for a few good testers.
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.
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.
All Thing's Open's expansion into North Carolina's largest city will be begin with a free Meetup by podcast host Mike Bifulco, and will be followed in March by this year's Open Source 101.
System76 adds the availability of Intel's and AMD's latest while it's in the middle of a Halloween sale, sweetening the pot for those in the market for a high quality Linux computer.
With this election, AlmaLinux becomes the only major CentOS Linux replacement distribution to be solely owned and operated by its community of developers and users.