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Rosenzweig: The federation fallacy

Here’s a lengthy piece from Alyssa Rosenzweig on preserving freedom despite the inevitable centralization of successful information services. “Indeed, it seems all networked systems tend towards centralisation as the natural consequence of growt… Continue Reading — Rosenzweig: The federation fallacy


The 5.0 kernel has been released.

Linus has released the 5.0 kernel. “But I’d like to point out (yet again) that we don’t do feature-based releases, and that “5.0” doesn’t mean anything more than that the 4.x numbers started getting big enough that I ran out of fingers and toes…. Continue...


Linux Kernel 5.0 Released, This is What’s New

Linux Kernel 5.0 has been released. Previously earmarked to be version 4.21, the new release comes with a bucket full of improvements (as you’d expect). But don’t expect grand changes just because there’s a natty new version number. Linus Torvalds explains that: “The numbering change is not...


SUSECON 2019: My Kind of Open(Stack)

At the time of writing this blog, we’re a mere 28 days away from one of the biggest events on the SUSE calendar – SUSECON. In April, thousands of IT decision makers, software engineers, developers, and many others from the open source community will descend upon...


Linux Mint is Working on a New Logo

A brand new Linux Mint logo could be on the way. The popular Ubuntu-based Linux distro has revealed plans to revise its iconic ‘leaf’ shape logo in favour of a more versatile brand mark. Mint project lead Clem Lefebvre explains more in his latest monthly news update, stating that...


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