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Canonical: Making the Open Cloud Seamless for Users

Canonical's Vice President of Cloud Kyle MacDonald discusses how Canonical defines the open cloud, the company’s involvement in the OpenStack project and the challenges facing open source cloud adoption today.

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Experience the Next Automotive Revolution

What does it take to put open source to work in a car? Find out at the 2nd Annual Automotive Linux Summit organized by The Linux Foundation, Sept. 19-20 at the Heritage Motor Centre near Birmingham, UK. This event will bring together the most innovative minds from automotive expertise and open source excellence, including automotive systems engineers, Linux experts, R&D managers, business executives, open source licensing and compliance specialists and community developers.

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ZipWhip Releases Cloud Texting App for Linux Desktop

The company that introduced the Textspresso machine to the world has now released its desktop cloud texting application for Linux.

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Top Open Source Cloud Headlines, Week of Aug. 6

Open source cloud headlines this week feature the announcement of board elections for the OpenStack Foundation; Red Hat's new branding as an open cloud company; eBay's new open source cloud application testing platform; Intel's prescription for developing open standards in the cloud; and a high-profile departure from VMware's open source Cloud Foundry.

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LinuxCon/CloudOpen Party Details Revealed

LinuxCon is known for its deep technical content and unmatched networking opportunities. This year LinuxCon and CloudOpen will provide 140 sessions, 15 keynotes, nine co-located events, and three onsite Linux training opportunities.

But it's also known for some amazing parties (ahem, "evening events.")!  The Linux community knows how to have fun and we're honored to be able to provide the forum for having a great time.

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