There lots of big event on the Linux Planet calendar in any given year. Twice a year we get to celebrate a new Ubuntu release, its wacky name and its interesting new innovations.
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Kubuntu gets new sponsorship, ChromeOS gets a new look and Debian stick with the tried and true
Familiar names dominate the Linux kernel landscape as developers outline their top gripes and an open source cloud battle erupts.
Red Hat sets a new revenue milestone as development on upstream kernel and rival distributions continue.
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New mainline kernel and a new unbreakable kernel.
New releases of the Red Hat clone and a new desktop release for Linux Mint.
New Ubuntu, Fedora and Linux kernel releases are all on the way.
Ubuntu is headed to Android, and Mozilla is partnering to build its own mobile OS.
Red Hat names new Fedora Leader as demand for Linux jobs grows.
The Linux Foundation adds a new fellow and Red Hat extends Linux support.
The Linux desktop advances with KDE 4.8 and the new HUD concept from Ubuntu.
New RHEV 3.0 release debuts as Linux adoption continues to grow.
First point release for Linux 3.2 debuts as FreeBSD cranks up to 9.
First new Linux kernel release, Linux on TVs and Mandriva on the brink.