The growth of SiFive and other companies focused on open source RISC-V-based processors will eventually bring the possibility of completely free and open computing to free and open source software advocates.
Posts published in “News Analysis”
Last year's election for board members at Open Source Initiative was "hacked," which necessitated a re-vote. Fortunately, this year's election was a smooth experience.
CentOS replacement AlmaLinux on Friday released a new ISO for a version of it's operating system that supports IBM's open source Power processor.
On March 29th you can broaden your open source horizons, sharpen some skills, and maybe even get a free System76 laptop or a Lenovo Chromebook if you're lucky enough to win a prize.
When you're a big enterprise with a cloud native infrastructure running on thousands of servers and from numerous clouds, nipping a problem in the bud isn't good enough. Chaos Mesh can help you find an issue before it gets triggered and causes a costly outage.
The Electronic Frontiers Foundation is attempting to have some DMCA provisions declared unconstitutional by the courts on First Amendment grounds.
VMware's chief open source officer said he's stepping down because he, "came to the conclusion that it was time to acknowledge I had completed the job I set out to do."
Solus OS's's co-lead developer leaves to help the project's founder develop another distro, SerpentOS, but will continue to be lead developer for the Budgie desktop environment, which will become an independent project. Confused? Don't be. We'll explain it all.
Much of the technology is already in place to make Ubuntu an excellent gaming distribution, but it's not optimized for gamers out-of-the-box.
Want to play around with the NFT thing while helping Linux and open source projects? The Linux Tycoon will show you how.