Archiwum z Czerwiec 2011

ApacheCon 2011 announces theme and core program

środa, 29 Czerwiec 2011

ApacheCon: “ApacheCon 2011 Announces “Open Source Enterprise Solutions, Cloud Computing, and Community Leadership”

Enterprise Apps Today: Actuate Adds Hadoop to Open Source Business Intelligence

środa, 29 Czerwiec 2011

Enterprise Apps Today: “Application developers can now use BIRT 3.7 from the Eclipse Foundation to access Hadoop using Hive Query Language (HQL).”

PCLinuxOS KDE 2011.6 now available

środa, 29 Czerwiec 2011

The H Open: “The PCLinuxOS development team has released the KDE version of the 2011.6 Edition of its beginner-friendly Linux distribution.”

Linux Top 5: Red Hat’s Billion Reasons to Love Linux

środa, 29 Czerwiec 2011

LinuxPlanet: . Red Hat grows earnings as Linux 3.0 gets faster and GNOME gets new leadership.

Sony CEO blurs line between Linux and piracy at shareholders’ meeting

środa, 29 Czerwiec 2011

ZDNET: “Ignoring a call for his resignation at Sony’s latest shareholder meeting, CEO Howard Stringer blurred the line between installing Linux on the PlayStation 3 and pirating software.”

Linus Torvalds Doesn’t Understand User Space Storage

środa, 29 Czerwiec 2011

Gluster: “Linus’s ideas about filesystems are rather old.”

Webopedia Term of the Day: What is Webian Shell?

środa, 29 Czerwiec 2011

Webopedia: “Webian Shell is an open source prototype full-screen Web browser you can use on any device that doesn’t need to run a desktop.”

The Failed Experiment of Software Patents

środa, 29 Czerwiec 2011

Computer World UK: “Without doubt one of the more cynical applications of intellectual monopolies is Oracle suit against Google.”

Load Testing and Benchmarking With Siege

środa, 29 Czerwiec 2011

ServerWatch: “Getting ready to roll out a site, but not sure how it will perform in real-world use? Take a look at Siege, a load-testing and benchmarking utility that will help stress test your setup before exposing it to the world.”

Nonprofit helps government expand open source software usage

środa, 29 Czerwiec 2011

Network World: “The U.S. government is still very much a Windows world, but a group dedicated to bringing open source software into public agencies says it is seeing progress on several fronts.”