Amanda Brock is a pretty well-known name in open-source, so imagine my surprise when I discovered her byline on a tech site that's most known for publishing a weekly list of top apps for Windows. A big thumbs-up to Beta News for this.
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A little over three years ago, Unbound donated its Crossplane framework to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation where it has thrived. On Tuesday, the company donated Upjet, a framework it's designed to be used with Crossplane, to CNCF.
"I wanted to know about how the folks at Alma felt about the recently formed cartel that includes never to be trusted Oracle; SUSE, which is recovering from a case of Stockholm syndrome that was brought about by several decades of abuse by Novell and the other owners that followed; and Kurtzer's Rocky Linux, which might be a fox or might be a lamb, I haven't yet decided."
Gaël Duval, the founder of /e/OS, as well as founder and CEO at Murena (but you may remember him best as the founder of Mandrake Linux), explains why the EU's proposed Cyber Resilience Act as written would have a damaging effect on open-source.