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The Next 20 Years? Who Knows?

Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, took the stage in Vancouver, BC to talk about the challenges that Linux will face in the next 20 years. Whitehurst's topic meshed nicely with the lead-in keynote from Jim Zemlin. While Zemlin examined the world without Linux, Whitehurst took a look at the next stage — Linux over the next 20 years.

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It's Official: Linux 3.0 Released

Go crazy, folks! On Thursday, July 21, Linus Torvalds put a stake in the heart of the "bignum days" for the 2.6 kernel and took the wraps off Linux 3.0. While not a huge leap from 2.6.39, the release does have some changes worth eyeballing.

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Friday Five: Hot Linux and FOSS Stories for the Weekend

Some interesting stories and posts that you might have missed this week, including a change in license for OpenStreetMap data, comparing Web and native apps for mobile, and one lucky FOSS guy is beaming up to the Pixar mothership.

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Evergreen Joins the Software Freedom Conservancy

The Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) has added another organization — the Evergreen project joins the SFC as the 27th member project. Since we're halfway through 2011, I took the opportunity to check in with Conservancy executive director Bradley Kuhn to see how things are going with the organization.

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Friday Five: Linux Stories for the Weekend

It's Friday, and your body may still be at work — but your brain has checked out for the weekend. Let's give it something to do, by checking out these five posts you might have missed over the week.

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