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- What Follows a Fedora Linux Miracle ?
InternetNews: Though we're still a few month away from the May release date for Fedora 17 - aka 'The Beefy Miracle' - the Fedora community is now turning its attention to naming Fedora 18.
- Windows 8 may drive me to Linux
ExtremeTech: "Never � and I'm going to repeat this for additional emphasis, never � have I been as horrified by one of the company's products as I am by this one."
- Linux Top 3: Linux Embraces Android (Again)
LinuxPlanet: Linux is defined by one core element that all Linux distributions must have -- a Linux kernel. This past week saw the release of two Linux kernels, one from Linus Torvalds, the other from Oracle.
- Dell teams up with Canonical to put OpenStack in the cloud
LinuxUser:During World Hosting Day in Germany today it was revealed that Canonical has struck up a partnership with Dell to start delivering, and supporting, OpenStack Clouds
- Oracle's Google Android patent lawsuit cut down to size
ZDnet:Instead of billions, Oracle will be lucky to get above $100-million in its Java patent lawsuit against Google Android.
- How to develop open-source software within any kind of company
VentureBeat: "And use it they do. More than 80 percent of modern software includes open source components."
- Six Open-Source Recommendations Every Enterprise Should Know in 2012
eWeek: "This presentation is designed to help enterprises understand how best-in-class companies are using open-source software today."
- Exploring DIY Linux Router Distros
DSLReports: "The good news about *nix router distributions is that there are different flavors for just about every level of hardware."
- Big data enters open-source hype cycle
The Register: "Call it data warehousing and data mining. Call it business analytics. Call it whatever you want. It's not new, and it's not even necessarily a game changer..."
- Interview: Richard Stallman
OSnews: I quit my job at MIT when I started writing code for the GNU operating system because I wanted to make sure MIT would not be able to claim copyright on the code I wrote for GNU.
- Fedora 16 And GNOME Shell: Tested And Reviewed
Toms Hardware: Ubuntu and Mint don't want it; Linus called it an "unholy mess."
- KDevelop 4.3.0 Final Released With Basic C++11 Support
Kdevelop: After about nine months of extensive development, the KDevelop team is happy to announce the immediate availability of KDevelop 4.3.
- Linus Torvalds: The King of Geeks (And Dad of 3)
Wired: The license plate on Linus Torvalds' Mercedes SLK convertible says it all. The frame running around the outside of the plate reads 'Mr. Linux. King of Geeks.' But the plate itself says 'Dad of 3.'
- How To Secure DNS with DNSCrypt
eSecurityPlanet: This open-source software for Mac and Linux does for DNS what SSL does for HTTP: It encrypts DNS traffic to prevent spoofing, snooping, and man-in-the-middle attacks.
- Greg KH Readies for Collaboration Summit, Talks Raspberry Pi
Linux.com: Linux kernel maintainer and Linux Foundation Fellow Greg Kroah-Hartman will be moderating the highly-anticipated Linux kernel panel at the Collaboration Summit in a couple short weeks.
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