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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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ONS
Check out the lineup of community demos happening in the LF Networking Booth at the Open Networking Summit Event, April 3-5 in San Jose, CA.

Community Demos at ONS to Highlight LFN Project Harmonization and More

A little more than one year since LF Networking (LFN) came together, the project continues to demonstrate strategic growth, with Telstra coming on in November, and the umbrella project representing ~70% of the world’s mobile subscribers. Working side by side with service providers in the technical...
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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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Gaining eBPF Vision: A New Way to Trace Linux Filesystem Disk Requests

A real-world use case of eBPF tracing to understand file access patterns in the Linux kernel and optimize large applications. By Gabriel Krisman Bertazi, Software Engineer at Collabora. When Brendan Gregg gave his Performance Analysis superpowers with Linux BPF talk during the Open Source Summit in...
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Kubernetes
The Non-Code Contributor’s Guide aims to make it easy for anyone to contribute to the Kubernetes project in a way that makes sense for them.

Introducing the Non-Code Contributor’s Guide

It was May 2018 in Copenhagen, and the Kubernetes community was enjoying the contributor summit at KubeCon/CloudNativeCon, complete with the first run of the New Contributor Workshop. As a time of tremendous collaboration between contributors, the topics covered ranged from signing the CLA to deep...
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Internationalizing the Kernel

At a time when many companies are rushing to internationalize their products and services to appeal to the broadest possible market, the Linux kernel is actively resisting that trend, although it already has taken over the broadest possible marketthe infrastructure of the entire world. David...
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What MMORPGs Can Teach Us About Leveling Up a Heroic Developer Team

For the better part of a decade, I have been leading guilds in massively multiplayer role-playing games (MMORPGs). Currently, I lead a guild in Guild Wars 2, and before that, I led progression raid teams in World of Warcraft, while also maintaining a career as a software engineer. As I made the...
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​Revised Linux Code of Conduct is Now Officially Part of Linux

Some organizations might not include their Code of Conductin the software source code tree, but the Linux developers aren't your ordinary group. In the Linux 4.19 announcement, Greg Kroah-Hartman, Linux's leader for this release and maintainer of the stable branch, added in the Code of Conduct and...
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Think Global: How to Overcome Cultural Communication Challenges

In today's workplace, our colleagues may not be located in the same office, city, or even country. A growing number of tech companies have a global workforce comprised of employees with varied experiences and perspectives. This diversity allows companies to compete in the rapidly evolving...
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Virtme: The Kernel Developer's Best Friend

When working on the Linux Kernel, testing via QEMU is pretty common. Here's a look at virtme, a QEMU wrapper that uses the host instead of a virtual disk, making working with QEMU extremely easy. By Ezequiel Garcia, Senior Software Engineer at Collabora. When working on the Linux Kernel, testing...
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