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Russia makes big plans for Linux, the Open Data Center Alliance, a new cloud lab, and the green credentials of two companies close to Linux...

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Novell Appliance Architect Shares His Dister Contest Favorites So Far

Novell has been running a popular contest over the last few months that seeks to find the best software appliance built using SUSE Studio. They're awarding the best submission with $10,000 (yeah, you read that correctly). It's called the Disters Contest and our very own Jim Zemlin is one of the judges. 

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While Apple Debates Open vs Integrated, We Want the Best of Both Worlds

Embedded systems aren’t just the fastest growing market for Linux; they are one of the fastest growing sectors of computing. And in that segment, Linux growth continues to eclipse all other platforms. Today, Linux-based systems are powering products and software that are household names: Android, Palm WebOS, Tivo, Sony, and more. But the majority of Linux use in this space is in traditional embedded systems such as machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, aerospace and defense, and networking, for example. These products typically consist of “roll your own” Linux comprised of upstream components such as the kernel, X, and glibc that run on top of a specific hardware product. Companies and developers in these markets, in particular, are able to leverage free software and build systems quickly and affordably. And while market-share clearly proves this system is working, at The Linux Foundation we have recognized there are even more places where the industry can collaborate to control costs and speed time to market. The Linux Foundation has already launched efforts to enhance the growth of Linux in the embedded markets. One example is the Open Compliance Project, which allows consumer electronic and embedded systems vendors to quickly get up to speed with how the free and open source software community works so they can make sure they comply with their legal obligations at the lowest cost possible. This effort is...

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From the New Kernel to OpenStack and the Linux Desktop: This Week's Enterprise Linux News

The Linux kernel gets AppArmor, OpenStack gets real, and the Linux desktop is once again the topic of much debate...

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New Member Spotlight: Aava Mobile Goes All Open

We announced just last week that Aava Mobile has become a member of The Linux Foundation. Its involvement in Linux and open source development represents the growing number of telecommunications companies and organizations contributing to Linux. Aava Mobile claims the world's first fully open mobile device, so naturally, we wanted to know more...

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