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Collaboration Across Borders at the openSUSE Conference

It's a well-established truth in marketing that brands aren't about products or even experiences — they are about people. Create a community in which your user feels at home, where their questions are answered,their voices heard and their contributions appreciated, and half of your marketing work is done. It doesn't matter how clever your social media feed is if you don't have a core of humanity at the centre of your project.

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The openSUSE Build Service 2.1 Released

The openSUSE Build Service – OBS – is  now officially at release 2.1. We’re delighted with the improvements in  this release, including an enhanced web interface, integration with online code management systems and better access controls.

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Cinelerra 4.2 Video Editor Released

While OpenShot and PiTiVi are the two currently most talked about open-source non-linear video editing systems for Linux, that's not all there is out there. There's also Kdenlive, Kino, an open-source Lightworks is coming soon, and then perhaps the most advanced open-source video editor of them all: Cinelerra...

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PHP Power Button: VMware vCloud SDK

Developers have access to a growing number of options for spinning up virtual machines. With each new software release from virtualization titans such as VMware there are also developer community efforts such as VI Java API with a wide base of contributors.

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Cassandra Gets Performance Tuning Options

The open source NoSQL and Big Data database Apache Cassandra has been updated to version 0.6.6 and now allows users to tune performance...

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Oracle Quarterly Patch Release Fixes Java Flaws

Database giant Oracle is taking the unusual step of pairing its quarterly Critical Patch Update (CPU), with a regular Java update, addressing scores of flaws, including vulnerabilities that left the door open for "drive-by download" exploits.

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