This Week in Open Source News: Bell Launches Open Source ONAP, Bug Bounty via Euro Commission & More
This week in open source news, Bell is the first company to launch an open source version of ONAP, the European Commission has announced a bug bounty program, & more
1) Telecom company Bell announced it has become the first to launch an open source version of ONAP.
Bell Becomes First Operator to Launch ONAP in Production- RCRWireless News
2) "The European Commission has announced its first-ever bug bounty program."
European Commission Kicks Off Open-Source Bug Bounty- Info Security Magazine
3)“The vision for Canonical is to provide the platform that you see everywhere other than the personal domain," says founder Mark Shuttleworth.
4) Belarus-born Maps.Me helps bridge a major database hole in territories where there’s no 3G for Palestinian providers.
5) The mysterious Ataribox will run Linux and "provide a 'full PC experience for the TV,' complete with AMD graphics hardware."