News Category: Open Source Practices

CFP and Registration Open For Linux Piter Conference

"Linux Piter" Conference in Russia, St.Petersburg, October 4-5, 2019 The registration and call for papers for biggest Linux conference in Russia, Linux Piter is now open at https://linuxpiter.com/en The conference gathers many key Linux people from all around the world. In the past we had Lennart...
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The web the world needs can be ours again, if we want it

People everywhere are demanding basic consumer protections. We want our food to be healthy to eat, our water to be clean to drink, and our air to be safe to breathe. This year people have started to demand more of the internet as well, however, there persists an expectation that on the internet...
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Linux Foundation Statement on Huawei Entity List Ruling

We have received inquiries regarding concerns about a member subject to an Entity List Ruling. [1] The Huawei Entity List ruling was specifically scoped to activities and transactions subject to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). Open Source Software Not involving Encryption The Linux...
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8 ways your company can support and sustain open source

The success of open source continues to grow; surveys show that the majority of companies use some form of open source, 99% of enterprises see open source as important, and almost half of developers are contributing back. read more
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Best Open Source Tools for Staying on Top of Projects

The type of organizing tools you use to plan your projects can make your work routine more efficient and improve your productivity. A project management application is an essential tool in some business environments. This week's Linux Picks and Pans takes a deep dive into some of the best project...
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Managing Changes in Open Source Projects

Why bother having a process for proposing changes to your open source project? Why not just let people do what they're doing and merge the features when they're ready? Well, you can certainly do that if you're the only person on the project. Or maybe if it's just you and a few friends. But if the...
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Linux Foundation Announces CommunityBridge Platform for Open Source Developers

At the Open Source Leadership Summit, the Linux Foundation announced the formation of CommunityBridge, which is a new platform created for open source developers. In making the announcement, Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, said on stage at the conference that the Linux...
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Shuah Khan Becomes the Third Linux Foundation Fellow

Programmers love to write code. But what about debugging it, writing test suites, and tracking down security bugs? Not so much. To help address these problems in Linux, Shuah Khan, a noted Linux kernel developer, is becoming -- after Linus Torvalds and Greg Kroah-Hartman -- the Linux Foundation's...
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The Linux Foundation Launches Continuous Delivery Foundation

The Linux Foundation announced it will provide the home base for a vendor-neutral Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) committed to making it easier to build and reuse DevOps pipelines across multiple continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platforms. The first projects to be hosted...
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Let your Engineers Choose the License: A Guide

Each open source project and community is unique and there are social aspects to these communities that may have preferences towards various licensing philosophies (e.g., copyleft or permissive). Engineers working in those communities understand all these issues and are best equipped to choose the...
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