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Video: Question at LinuxCon Leads Linus Torvalds to Consider Bug-Fix Release

The 4.0 Linux kernel release might not have any new features if Linus Torvalds follows through on a proposal in his email announcement of the 3.12 release. He's considering a bug-fix-only release after a question that Intel's chief Linux and open source technologist Dirk Hohndel raised on stage at LinuxCon and CloudOpen Europe in Edinburgh last month.

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Jon Corbet's Linux Weather Forecast

LWN executive editor Jonathan Corbet updates his report on current and future conditions of Linux kernel development.

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Win Free Ticket to DevBeat: What Developers Inspire You?

Our friends at VentureBeat are holding a new developer event, DevBeat, November 12-13 in San Francisco. They've offered two awesome offers for the Linux community.

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Outreach Program for Women Seeks New Linux Kernel Interns

The interns who worked with The Linux Foundation as part of the FOSS Outreach Program for Women this summer come from diverse backgrounds and levels of experience, but they now have at least one thing in common (besides their gender). They can all add “Linux kernel hacker” to their resume.

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Slideshow: The Linux Foundation's Guide to the Open Cloud

To help customers make sense of the open cloud landscape, The Linux Foundation last week released a new white paper that profiles 18 open source projects that are the building blocks of the open cloud. Here is a slideshow of those projects: your guide to the open cloud.

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