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Enterprise Linux Weekly Recap: Products

Coming to you a day early this week and with just a few brief notes on this week's enterprise Linux news. Large focus on new products, including, of course, Red Hat Enterprise 6...

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Weekly Enterprise Linux Recap

Open compliance, Fedora 14 for the SysAdmin, ZendCon and a different kind of lawsuit...

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Video: Full Footage of Linux Torvalds Shark Tank Dive

We're excited to be able to bring you the full footage of Linus' Giant Ocean Tank dive from last night at the Linux Plumber's Conference. This includes the QA clip we shared real-time as well as takes from his walk to the plank, his jump and the swim.

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Video: Linus Torvalds Dives Tonight: "If I Don't Come Back, Go On Without Me"

Linus Torvalds just finished his soon-to-be infamous scuba dive among the sea life in the Giant Ocean Tank at the New England Aquarium...

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Self-Assessment Checklist: A Measuring Stick for Open Compliance Efforts

If you’re serious about improving your company’s business practices, you probably want answers to some simple questions: “What’s important?” “What should I focus on and where do I start?” “What are best-in-class companies doing that I ought to be doing, too, and what can I learn from them?” That’s what the free Self-Assessment Checklist from The Linux Foundation’s Open Compliance Program is all about.   We’ve compiled an extensive list of open source compliance practices found in industry-leading compliance programs.  And to be clear, compliance is essential if companies are to gain the maximum benefit from use of free and open source software while respecting license obligations.  Copies of the Self-Assessment Checklist can be downloaded, starting today, at Self-Assessment Compliance Checklist | The Linux Foundation. Companies can use the Self-Assessment Checklist confidentially to assess progress in implementing a rigorous open source compliance process. The checklist can help you prioritize process improvement efforts on...

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