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Rumors Of An Imminent Enlightenment E19 Release

There might be an E19 release real soon...

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Git Bounty Wants To Help Open-Source Programmers Get Paid For Bug Fixes

Git Bounty lets you pick a bug you need fixed, set a reward and then publicize it.

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Linus Torvalds Says Linux Binary Packages Are Terrible, Valve Might Save the Desktop

One of the main problems with Linux platform fragmentation is that there are a number of concurrent binaries available for various platforms and they are not compatible with each other. Linus Torvalds explains why he thinks that the binary concept on Linux is broken and why he doesn't use them for his projects.

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Kernel Prepatch 3.17-rc4

The 3.17-rc4 prepatch is out. "For a short while there, this week was really nice and calm, but that was mostly because the 'linux-foundation.org' entry fell off the DNS universe, and my mailbox got very quiet for a few hours. The rest of the week looked pretty normal."...

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Qt 5.4 Alpha Shows Off Graphics Improvements, New Qt WebEngine

It's a busy Monday morning for open-source news with the latest announcement being Digia's release of the Qt 5.4 Alpha...

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Call for Organizers: 2015 Linux Plumbers Conference

Each year, the Linux Foundation's Technical Advisory Board seeks an organizing committee for the annual Linux Plumbers Conference. That process has now begun for the 2015 event, which will be held during the week of August 17-21 in Seattle, Washington, alongside the LinuxCon North America event. This is your chance...

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