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Looking Back on SCALE 10x

A lot of things change in 10 years. Many of the Linux conferences we were going to in 2002 are no longer around, but the Southern California Linux Expo has not only survived – it's grown into a major event for anybody interested in Linux. Whether you're brand-new to Linux or using Linux to power cloud solutions, SCALE 10x had something for everybody.

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Updates on the Stable and Longterm Kernel Trees

On Monday, January 9th, Greg Kroah-Hartman published an update on the status of the longterm/stable kernel trees that he's maintaining. It's worth a notice if you're interested in the state of the longterm kernels.

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Breaking the Billion Barrier: Why Red Hat's Results Matter

Few software companies reach $1 billion in annual revenue. No company has done it with a portfolio that consists entirely of open source software. But if Red Hat delivers the expected results in early 2012, it will prove that a company can do right by the open source community and its investors. Given the 2011 third quarter results announced by Red Hat on December 19th, it's looking very likely.

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Linux Kernel Milestones in 2011

It's been a busy, busy year for the Linux kernel. A big version bump, 20th anniversary, and countless improvements may make 2011 the best year yet for Linux.

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The 10 Most Important Open Source Projects of 2011

Well, here we are, another year almost done for. Time to look back and take stock of the year that was. You know what? It turns out that 2011 was a banner year for open source projects. So much so, that picking the 10 most important was pretty difficult.

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