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What Does Microsoft's Love Mean for Linux?

The image of a tender heart between Microsoft and Linux appearing on the same stage where the Microsoft CEO is delivering his keynote may look like a scene from a science fiction movie. If we look deeper at the changing market, it makes perfect sense for a company which is finally ready to evolve and adapt - to survive.

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What Software Project Managers Can Learn From NASA

When NASA gives out advice on how to manage a project, we should all listen.

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Microsoft to Open Source More of .NET, and Bring it to Linux, Mac OS X

Microsoft is porting its server-side .NET stack to Linux and Mac OS X, and is making more of that stack available as open source.

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Mageia 5 Beta Released 1.5 Months Late

While Mageia 5 has been in an alpha state going back several months during the summer, the beta release of this Mandriva-derived distribution has finally materialized... one and a half months later than was originally anticipated...

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A Proposed Policy to Remove Unfixable Packages from Ubuntu

In response to the recent ownCloud troubles, Martin Pitt has put together a proposal allowing for the removal of problematic packages from the Ubuntu repositories in the future. "In rare cases, an universe package becomes actively detrimental in stable releases: If it is unmaintained in Ubuntu and has unfixed security...

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Shell Shock Vulnerability, Please Update Your Mandriva Products

Mandriva’s technical teams working on Pulse and MBS have published a patch. 

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