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Announcing the 2011 Gurus

Today is one of my favorite days of the year: the day we reveal the annual Gurus. The 2011 Gurus represent the most active members of the community and through their contributions the site, they help other Linux users to locate and share valuable information and they are able to market their skills and position themselves for potential job opportunities.

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Two Years in the Making: Foresight Linux 2.5.0

While most of us were taking it easy this weekend, the Foresight Linux folks were pushing out the 2.5.0 release with a whole host of goodies — including updated KDE, Xfce, and GNOME.

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LF Collaboration Summit Preview: QuIC's Mark Charlebois

When I think back to the first Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, I start to realize how much work the community has gotten done over the last five years. Since meeting at Google's headquarters in June 2007, we've seen real advancements for Linux in super computing, cloud computing and virtualization. There are really interesting things that have happened around high-availablity (HA), for example, that you will see first-hand at the upcoming Collaboration Summit. Working Groups at The Linux Foundation have also been hard at work on Accessibility, Networking, Device Drivers, Open Printing and Open Compliance, just to name a few. But perhaps no area of computing has gotten the attention in recent years for Linux as mobile and embedded. And, of course, this is one of the primary areas of emphasis on this year's schedule.

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Android kernel wakelock solution

In two separate email threads this week, I have been asked about the status of the Android wakelock issue that has been described in the past. It turns out that people don't realize that the Linux kernel now supports this type of locking, and has for a few releases now.
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Seats Are Still Available for the Open Compliance Training Class Offered in Conjunction with Collaboration Summit

Did you know that we’re hosting an onsite open compliance training course directly after the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit next month at Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco? It’s important to The Linux Foundation to provide every opportunity to the community for learning and exchanging ideas. By hosting this one-day training course in conjunction with the Summit, we hope to increase access to this important content on open compliance and to provide a classroom environment for...

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