Last week Mozilla's $7 million dollar CEO Mitchell Baker announced that she was stepping away from the C-suite, although she'll remain onboard as chairperson of both Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Corporation.
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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…
We should stop calling ChatGPT and other generative AI software "artificial intelligence," according to Stallman, because "there's nothing intelligent about them."
Also included in this week's FOSS Week in Review: Gnome's new due date, readers say Red Hat's changed for the worse under IBM, and a new poll asks how you like your distros released.
In this week's roundup we look at ZFS's return to Ubuntu as an install option (and why it was removed in the first place), how the Nigerian Prince is adopting AI for phishing, Linux Torvalds fabulous impersonation of E.F. Hutton, and more.
Wong tells a story of burnout caused by understaffing, which is similar to what we've heard from other important but under-the-radar projects.
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.
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.