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[$] Development statistics for the 4.13 kernel

As of this writing, the 4.13 kernel appears headed toward release on September 3, after a nine-week development cycle. It must, therefore, be about time for a look at the statistics for this development cycle. The picture that results sho… Continue Reading — [$] Development statistics...

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Purism is Crowdfunding an Encrypted Linux Phone

Crowdfunding for a Linux phone that respects your privacy and keep your data secure is underway by Linux laptop maker Purism. This post, Purism is Crowdfunding an Encrypted Linux Phone, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!. Continue Reading — Purism is...

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Join us for the 2017 Chef Community Summits

The Chef Community Summit is a gathering of professionals interested in advancing the state of the art of Continuous Automation with Chef. This October, we will be hosting three Community Summits. They will be held in Seattle October 2-3, in New York City October 5-6, and...

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Catching up with Tumbleweed Snapshots

The last review readers received about openSUSE Tumbleweed was a while ago, so it’s time to catch up on the new packages available for the rolling release. Release manager Dominique Leuenberger gave subscribers of the openSUSE Factory Mailing List a nice review of 11 snapshots from...

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