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Mar
22nd

Rust’s Redox OS Could Show Linux a Few New Tricks

Author: InfoWorld | Files under syndicated

Mozilla’s Rust language was conceived by its designers as an option to write many kinds of software quickly and safely — including full operating systems. Over the last several months a team of developers has been busy doing exactly that: us…


Mar
22nd

Can We Talk About Ageism?

Author: OpenSource.com | Files under syndicated

The free and open source community has been having a lot of conversations about diversity, especially gender diversity, over the last few years. Although there is still plenty to do, we’ve made some real strides. After all, the first step is admitting …


Mar
22nd

Apple Releases Swift 2.2 Programming Language with Ubuntu Linux Support

Author: Softpedia | Files under syndicated

After announcing the availability of the iOS 9.3, Mac OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan, watchOS 2.2, and tvOS 9.2 operating systems, as well as the Xcode 7.3 IDE, Apple now released version 2.2 of its Swift programming language for OS X and Linux. 


Mar
22nd

Google’s BinDiff Binary Code Analysis Tool Is Now Free

Author: eWeek | Files under syndicated

The tool allows security researchers to quickly disassemble and inspect code in related binary files, Google officials said.


Mar
21st

How Community Building Can Help an Organization’s Bottom Line

Author: OpenSource.com | Files under syndicated

Recently I’ve had several conversations with open source friends and colleagues, each discussion touching upon—but not directly focused on—the subject of why a company would/should/could support a community around a project it has released as free/open source, or more generally to support the communities of F/LOSS projects…


Mar
21st

Raspberry Pi 3: Raspbian Linux and NOOBS Distributions Updated

Author: ZDNet | Files under syndicated

New releases of Raspbian Linux and the NOOBS distribution are available, which fix the problem of using Raspberry Pi 3 wireless with NOOBS.


Mar
21st

Meet ubuntuBSD, UNIX for Human Beings

Author: Softpedia | Files under syndicated

Today we have the great pleasure of introducing you to a new project that saw the light of the Internet for the first time this past weekend, on March 12, 2016. Meet ubuntuBSD! 


Mar
21st

GitHub’s Atom 1.6 Hackable Text Editor Comes Bundled with NodeGit, New API

Author: Softpedia | Files under syndicated

This past weekend, we had the great surprise to see Atom 1.6, the next major version of GitHub’s powerful, cross-platform and open-source hackable text editor exit the devel channel and enter the stable one. 


Mar
18th

This Week in Linux News: SDN Reigns Supreme at ONS, The White House Requires Custom Code Sharing, & More.

Author: Linux.com - All Content | Files under syndicated

This week in Linux news, Software Defined Networking takes the sportlight at the Open Networking Summit, The White House will require agencies using third-party vendors to share their code, and more! Get up to speed on the latest news in Linux/open sou…


Mar
18th

Robolinux 8.4 LTS "Raptor" Series Announced, Based on Debian GNU/Linux 8 Jessie

Author: Softpedia | Files under syndicated

The developer of the Robolinux project has announced the release of his latest Robolinux 8.4 LTS “Raptor” series of Debian-based operating systems, which includes numerous software updates and performance improvements.