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Kernel Prepatch 2.6.34-rc4

The 2.6.34-rc4 prepatch is out, about a week later than would have been expected. The delay was the result of a nasty VM regression that we'll be covering separately. All told, some 500 fixes have been merged since -rc3; see the announcement for the s...
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Open-Source Sugar Snared by Jobsian Code Block

Open-source CRM developer SugarCRM has been snared by the dark, so-called brilliance of Apple's whip-tongued chief executive Steve Jobs.…...
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Python 2.7 Beta 1 Released

Due to arrive in June 2010, Python 2.7 has now reached its first beta. Python 2.7 is planned to be the last major edition of the Python 2.x series before it goes into "bug fix mode".
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Google Boosts Open Video by Funding ARM Theora Codec

In a move that will boost support for open video on the mobile Web, Google has provided funding to TheorARM...
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Free Video Streaming Offered for Linux Summit

The Linux Foundation (LF) has announced it is now accepting registrations for a free, live video streaming program of its Collaboration Summit keynote sessions in San Francisco next Wednesday, April 14. Meanwhile, the non-profit Linux advocacy group has announced several new members, including Rico...
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Ubuntu Switches Search Back to Google

Canonical's plan to switch the default search provider to Yahoo for the 10.04 release appears to have not worked out; the default will be changed back to Google before the release is made. "It was not our intention to 'flap' between providers, but the underlying circumstances can change unp...
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