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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.
After spending eight years as a Linux Containers project, Canonical says it wants to bring the project back home to Ubuntu.
The software industry plays a large role in Ukraine's economy, with many Ukrainian developers working remotely from Ukraine for software vendors located in the EU, UK, and US. Training manuals in the Ukrainian language will help veterans of Ukraine's military struggles against Russia take advantage of this opportunity.
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.
With the generation that founded the free software and FOSS movements rapidly aging, the push is on by FOSSDA to collect open sources oral history, straight from the mouths that made it.