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Software Freedom Conservancy Adds 25th Member project

The Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) is expanding again. This time the SFC has added Gevent, an MIT-licensed project that provides a Python networking library. SFC has some big-name member projects like Amarok, Bongo, BusyBox, and Samba, but Gevent is a bit smaller. In fact, Gevent is...

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News: Linux 2.6.37 Kernel Promises to Unlock OS

First Linux Kernel of 2011 is out, delivering new security, virtualization and performance benefits to Linux users.

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News: Linux Foundation Grows, Adds Broadcom

Nearing its third birthday, the Linux Foundation kicks off 2011 by signing up a handful of new members, including Broadcom, on the heels of tremendous growth in 2010.

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GNOME Foundation Seeking New Executive Director

Following the departure of Stormy Peters in November of last year, the GNOME Foundation has announced that it is now looking for a new Executive Director...

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Firefox 4 Beta 9: Mozilla Means Business in the Browser Wars

As 2011 begins, browsers will undoubtedly be one of the biggest competitive arenas in all of open source. We've already predicted that users will drift toward a more need-driven model for choosing a particular browser than they ever have before. Google Chrome has been steadily gaining market share, and starting early last year, it began gaining market share while Mozilla Firefox's share has stayed pretty steady. Microsoft's Internet Explorer, of course, still has leading share, but is steadily dropping. For Mozilla, one of the biggest releases of this year will be Firefox 4, a major upgrade of the browser. Last Friday, Mozilla made Beta 9 of Firefox 4 available, and it's ready to use. Many are predicting that Beta 9 of Firefox 4 will be...

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