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There's Wayland Changes Needed Before GNOME Will Be 100% Ported

With yesterday's GNOME 3.14 release the Wayland support is considered sufficient for day-to-day use running the GNOME stack on Wayland rather than an X11 Server on Linux. However, the GNOME developers don't consider this to be "100% complete" yet and there's still some more work needed to be cleared up...

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5 New Enterprise Open Source Projects to Watch

We asked open source experts: What are the most exciting open source projects to launch recently with a focus on the enterprise?

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GNOME 3.14 Officially Released

GNOME 3.14 has been officially released today as the latest major advancement to the GNOME Shell driven desktop environment...

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The XPrize Foundation Announces $15-million Open-Source Literacy Prize

The XPrize Foundation, best known for its spaceflight challenges, has announced an earthly focus: Creating an open-source application that can teach teach a child to read, write, and perform arithmetic without a teacher.

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Debian Switches Back To GNOME As Its Default Desktop

While Debian defaulted to the Xfce desktop in the past after switching from GNOME, the default Debian desktop is back to being with GNOME...

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Development Release: Fedora 21 Alpha

Dennis Gilmore has announced the availability of the much-delayed alpha release of Fedora 21.

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