Archiwum z Październik 2011

Facebook Opens Up Open Compute

czwartek, 27 Październik 2011

Datamation: Can hardware vendors benefit from the open source model?

Digium Confirms Asterisk 10 Release, Media Engine Gets Makeover

czwartek, 27 Październik 2011

CRN: “Digium Thursday confirmed the release of Asterisk 10, the latest version of the 12-year-old Asterisk open-source telephony platform.”

Announcing Orion 0.3

czwartek, 27 Październik 2011

PlanetOrion: Orion – the Eclipse effort to create a browser based IDE is growing up.

Some Analysts Still Don’t Get It

czwartek, 27 Październik 2011

Linux.com: In the early days of Linux, analysts were spouting all kinds of nonsense about Linux.

Linux Foundation announces long-term support kernel tree for CE vendors

czwartek, 27 Październik 2011

Ars: The project, which is called the Long Term Stable Kernel Initiative (LTSI), could reduce the cost of producing a custom Linux-based platform for a mobile or embedded system.

Kino: An Easy-Does-It but Incomplete Video Editor

czwartek, 27 Październik 2011

Linux Insider: Video editors out to make work-intensive, sophisticated compositions likely won’t be impressed with Kino.

Google fixes use-after-free memory flaws with new open source addressSanitizer tech

czwartek, 27 Październik 2011

eSecurityPlanet: Chrome 15 gets a pile of fixes, many of them for memory errors.

GitHub open sources Hubot chat robot

czwartek, 27 Październik 2011

The H Open: GitHub has released Hubot, the company’s chat room robot, as open source.

Is Mozilla Seeking Salvation from Google with (gasp) Microsoft?

czwartek, 27 Październik 2011

InternetNews: From the ‘Strange Bedfellows’ files..

Red Vs. Green: SUSE Backs OpenStack, Red Hat Stands Alone

czwartek, 27 Październik 2011

ReadWriteWeb: This week, SUSE announced that it had joined OpenStack and today the company announced a development preview of SUSE Cloud which is powered by OpenStack.