Linux.com

Home News Featured Blogs


First-Ever Automotive Linux Summit: Two Communities Become One

Nearly 125 years ago, German inventor Karl Benz introduced his Patentmotorwagen Number 1, the world's first automobile tesigned to be propelled by a motor. Twenty years ago, Finnish computer science student Linus Torvalds posted on the Internet...Ok, ok, you know the rest. But fast forward to November 28, 2011 and you begin to see these two worlds come toether in collaboration for the future...

Read more... Comment (0)
 

Linux Supercomputing Dominance: A Look Under the Hood

A few weeks ago, the Top500 Supercomputer list came out, as it does each November. As expected, Linux is still the most used OS for supercomputing, as it has been since taking the list by storm in the early 2000s.

Read more... Comment (0)
 

First Look at Linux Mint 12

It's a really good month for Linux distributions. First we got Fedora 16, then openSUSE 12.1, and now we have the preview release of Linux Mint 12. This release has the answer to the question: Just what is the Mint team going to do with the desktop?

Read more... Comment (0)
 

OpenMama and AMQP: Open Collaboration in Action

Two weeks ago, The Linux Foundation announced a new Labs project -- OpenMama. This project was the result of a relationship forged with NYSE Technologies years ago at our Enterprise End User Summit held in New York every year. 

Read more... Comment (0)
 

Android Builders Summit CFP Now Open

Just a few weeks back from LinuxCon Europe in Prague and we're already starting to cultivate content for next year. Most notably, I am please to announce that the Call for Participation for the Android Builders Summit is now open. We created ABS last year at the behest of our members who are vendors in the Android Ecosystem who needed a place to collaborate with their peers on systems level engineering and discussion of core issues and opportunities when designing Android devices. This year we plan on increasing collaboration by introducing a Lightening Round where people can present their project, pain point,...

Read more... Comment (0)
 
Page 64 of 106

Who we are ?

The Linux Foundation is a non-profit consortium dedicated to the growth of Linux.

More About the foundation...

Frequent Questions

Join / Linux Training / Board