This week in Linux and open source headlines, the city of Barcelona ditches Microsoft in favor of Linux, 3D Printing with open source results in a staggering decrease in price, & more
1) Barcelona picks Linux for “full technological sovereignty.”
2) Open source 3D printing results in savings of “over 17,000% when compared to commercial slot die systems for laboratories” a study finds.
Open Source 3D Printing Cuts Cost From $4,000 to only $.25 Says New Study– 3D Printing Industry
3) The Linux Foundation announced the availability of a new training course, Administering Linux on Azure.
4) “Verizon has solidified ONAP as the next-gen automation standard.”
5) Starting on Thursday, Slack will be available as a Snap, (an application package that’s available across a range of open-source-based Linux environments.)
Slack Comes to Linux as a Snap– TechCrunch