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GNU Make 4.0 Brings New Features, Extends With Guile

Version 4.0 of GNU Make, the widely-used software that's relied upon extensively by developers and those building their software from sources, is now available. GNU Make 4.0 does bring with it a handful of new features and capabilities...

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Google Summer of Code 2014 and Google Code-in 2013/14

Google has announced its next Summer of Code program a bit earlier than usual because they will be celebrating an anniversary: "To date, the program has produced 50 million lines of open source code from more than 8,500 student developers—and in 2014, we'll mark the 10th anniversary of Google Summer...

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Intel Ships Open-Source OpenMP Runtime For LLVM

While LLVM's Clang C/C++ compiler has made amazing progress in recent times, one of the features it's sorely been missing has been OpenMP support to allow it to better compete with GCC in many multi-threaded workloads. There's been numerous projects to work on OpenMP support in LLVM/Clang and most recently...

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Valve Works On Polishing Steam's Big Picture Mode

With Steam Machines and SteamOS just around the corner, Valve released a big update this week to their Steam client...

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Oh No, Too Many Distros?

Fossforce's Christine Hall said recently that those declaring "too many distros" are just spreading FUD and then ran a poll. Their results were surprising, too surprising. So, I ran my own poll. Turns out, my results are surprising too. Fossforce's poll showed a majority of respondents said there were too many distros, 29% thought the number is about right, and 19% said there were too few. They were "flabbergasted" and "surprised" as was I. The results had to be an anomaly. So, I ran my own poll to see what I'd get. My results show no anomaly...

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A Great Line-Up of Speakers at Xen Project Developer Summit

The Xen Project Developer Summit is the Xen Project’s annual developer conference. It brings together the developers and power users that define the Xen Project. We will share ideas and experiences, discuss the latest technical developments and innovations and plan the evolution of Xen and its subprojects for the coming year. Of course, the event is also about collaboration and meeting new and old community members. So if you are interested in the Xen Project, the developer summit may be for you.

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