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What's New in Apache Subversion 1.7?

The Apache folks have released Subversion 1.7, an update of one of the most popular open source version control systems. This release includes a number of performance improvements, new client and server features, and distribution and license changes.

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SUSE Linux Top Exec: Interoperability is Key

Since April, Nils Brauckmann has had the future of enterprise Linux in his hands. That's when the Attachmate Group completed its acquisition of Novell, Inc. and split the company into two operating units: Novell and SUSE.

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Ubuntu Server Aims to Own the Cloud

With a lack of any license fees and a focus on cloud features from its primary sponsor, Canonical, Ubuntu has flourished in the cloud, becoming a popular guest operating system on Amazon EC2 and other infrastructure-as-a-service options.

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Red Hat Pledges Commitment to AMQP Open Messaging

At the AMQP Conference in New York, Red Hat announced its continued support for the open-source Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP).

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Remembering Dennis Ritchie, Creator of the C Programming Language and UNIX Co-Creator

Dennis M. Ritchie, co-creator of UNIX and father of the C programming language, died this past weekend after a long illness. It's no exaggeration to say that without Ritchie, modern computing would not be what it is today.

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