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A New Game Ported To Run On Wayland/Weston

A new open-source game (actually, two games) have been ported to run on Wayland without a dependence on X11...

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Free Software Robin Hood Liberates Leaked Samsung Code

A student and programmer using the name “rxrz” has posted a large chunk of a proprietary Microsoft file-system software to GitHub, claiming that she’s liberating it for the open source world. She says that the software was leaked from Samsung, and that it also contains some code from the Linux kernel. That, she argues, makes it de facto open source under the terms of the Gnu General Public License.

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OpenDaylight Software-Defined Networking Codebase Coming Together

The open-source OpenDaylight Software-Defined Networking project is maturing quickly.

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Intel MIC X100 Co-Processor Linux Driver Published

Intel has published open-source Linux kernel driver patches for their Many Integrated Core Xeon Phi X100 co-processors...

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US Homeland Security Offers R&D Grants for FLOSS Cybersecurity Projects

Working on cybersecurity and looking for support for your project? The Homeland Open Security Technology (HOST) project has begun a seven-week open call for investment applications that support open source software to improve cybersecurity. Applications will be accepted from July 2 to August 14, 2013. Award notifications will be sent...

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GCC 4.9, Clang 3.4 Will Have Better C++14 Support

We're still many months out from seeing the release of GCC 4.9 and LLVM Clang 3.4 releases, but with the next major updates to these open-source code compilers will come better support for the C++14 (C++1y) language...

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