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Next Week is OpenSUSE Hack Week!

Hack Week, a week where openSUSE/SUSE hackers experiment without limits! It’s the opportunity to innovate, collaborate across teams, and learn. The only rule is: Do what you want, but do it! 

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Fedora 22 Beta Has Been Delayed by a Week Due to Unresolved Bugs

Fedora Project, through Jaroslav Reznik, announced that the Beta release of the upcoming Fedora 22 Linux operating system will be delayed by one week, due to unresolved blocker bugs. The decision to delay the Fedora 22 Beta operating system was taken today, April 9, during the Fedora 22 Beta Go/No-Go...

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Microsoft is Making a Stripped Down Windows to Rival Linux

TODAY, BIG SILICON Valley names like Google and Twitter run their online services across thousands of machines. And to efficiently execute their software with so much hardware in the mix, they use the open source Linux operating system and a technology called “containers.” What they don’t use is Windows.

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Linux Foundation Takes Web Security and Encryption Platform Under its Wing

The Linux Foundation has its sights set on putting reliable open source technology at the center of the web security and encryption scenes. 

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New Solus Operating System to Be Released Annually, First Stable Version in July

Evolve OS recently changed its name to Solus and the developers are now trying to put some order into the normal chaos that surrounds most of the distros. They intend to have a precise schedule and to work on several important features. Now that the switch has been made from...

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