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This Week in Linux News: New Linux-GoPro Drone, Linux 4.0, and More

This week in Linux news, details of the new Linux-GoPro Drone from 3D Robotics are shared, Linux 4.0 is released, and more. Here are five of the most current headlines in Linux news.

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The Netherlands Wants to Have More Open Source and Less Vendor Dependency

The Dutch Parliament has determined that vendor dependency is a much greater risk, and they have voted on a resolution that would encourage the government to also look at open standards in ICT procurement. More and more governments are now looking to free themselves from vendor dependency, but what does...

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Ubuntu 15.04 Is Coming, to Upgrade or Not to Upgrade

Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) has hit final freeze, and users will now be confronted with an important choice, to upgrade or not to upgrade. Canonical publishes new Ubuntu version every six months, and users always experience the same conundrum, to upgrade or to keep the old version and continue with...

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GNOME 3.16: The Sleekest Linux Desktop to Date

GNOME 3.16 is the single most polished iteration of the GNOME desktop to date. In fact, I would go so far as to say this might well be the sleekest Linux desktop to ever be produced. 

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Boyer: Fedora 22 and Kernel 4.0

On his blog, Josh Boyer looks at the choice of the 4.0 kernel for Fedora 22. While the underpinnings of the live kernel patching feature have been merged, even when it is fully operational it is probably not something that Fedora (and perhaps other distributions) will use often (or at all).

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