Standardized way to look at open source license compliance is released.
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Cloud might be all the rage, but file and print server technology is still critical -- just ask Samba.
Summer vacation, what's that? This week's developments in the Linux kernel, Linux distros and Linux desktop options demonstrate that the pace never really slows down for open source developers.
Microsoft renews its deal with Novell's successor for another five year years as the Linux desktop moves incrementally forward with KDE.
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Linux 3.0 ushers in the third decade of Linux as Red Hat, SUSE and Oracle all push to advance their Linux efforts.
Contributor agreement effort hits a major milestone, as Mono is reborn in Xamarin and PuTTY gets updated.
Linux isn't just for servers anymore.
A new Linux-powered tablet OS hits the shelves as KDE moves forward to its next release.
Red Hat grows earnings as Linux 3.0 gets faster and GNOME gets new leadership.
Linux 3 and Firefox 5 are moving forward as LibreOffice proves that it's serious.
Linux 3 development hit another milestone this week, and both KDE and Btrfs are seeing better days ahead, too.
Forks take on a life of their own as the Linux desktop everyone dreams gets another chance. From Mandrake Linux to LibreOffice to OpenOffice the Linux desktop may have finally arrived.
Finally the Linux kernel advances a number as new distro releases from Red Hat, Mint, Puppy Linux and Tiny Core debut.
Rapid rate of change continues as new Linux 2.6.39 kernel debuts, including SUSE Linux moving to return to its pre-Novell-era glory.
The 'Year of the Desktop' may be cliche, but Google ChromeBook just might make it happen.