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7 Best Games Available on the Snap Store

In this post we list the best Ubuntu games that you can install as Snap apps, for free, from the official Snapcraft store on Ubuntu and other Linux distros. This post, 7 Best Games Available on the Snap Store, was written by Joey Sneddon and first...

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Bata Improves Planning and Process Efficiency to Enhance Customer Experience with Oracle

Press Release Bata Improves Planning and Process Efficiency to Enhance Customer Experience with Oracle Global Footwear Retailer Streamlines Inventory Investments, Anticipates Consumer Demand and Improves In-store Experience … Continue Reading — Bata Improves Planning and Process Efficiency to Enhance Customer Experience with Oracle

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Smoothing the Path to OpenStack Cloud for Service Providers

How to Overcome the Challenges of Standing Up a Private Cloud with OpenStack for Your Customers In “OpenStack: Enabler of Digital Transformation—How Service Providers Can Benefit,” 451 Research speaks directly to some of the concerns you as a service provider probably have, such as utilization rates...

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Neary: How Should I Run My Community Elections?

On the Red Hat community blog, Dave Neary writes about community governance and, in particular, how to choose who gets a vote, who can run, and how to decide a winner when electing a leader or council. He summarizes a number of different options that he...

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Debian LTS: DLA-1630-1: libav security update

LinuxSecurity.com: Several security vulnerabilities were corrected in the libav multimedia library which may lead to a denial-of-service, information disclosure or the execution of arbitrary code if a malformed file is processed. Continue Reading — Debian LTS: DLA-1630-1: libav security update

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Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 560

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 560 for the week of December 30, 2018 – January 5, 2019. The full version of this issue is available here. In this issue we cover: Ubuntu Stats Hot in Support LoCo Events Refactor with Clang Tooling at code::dive...

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[$] The rest of the 5.0 merge window

Linus Torvalds released 5.0-rc1 on January 6, closing the merge window for this development cycle and confirming that the next release will indeed be called “5.0”. At that point, 10,843 non-merge change sets had been pulled into the mainli… Continue Reading — [$] The rest of...

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