This Week in Open Source News: Open Source Summit Europe Is Platform for Several Important Announcements


In this special Open Source Summit Europe edition of the weekly digest, we revisit stories that broke at the annual gathering of open source experts and enthusiasts. Here’s what you might have missed in Prague.

1) The annual Linux Kernel Development Report has been released, detailing the voices behind the kernel and its strength in today’s technological landscape.

Report: Interest in the Linux Kernel Remains Strong– SDTimes

Who’s Building Linux in 2017?– ZDNet

2) “The Linux Foundation has announced the Community Data License Agreement (CDLA) family of open data agreements.”

CDLA Announced by Linux Foundation– AppDeveloper Magazine

3) CNCF adds Docker-incubated Notary and The Update Framework (TUF), which was “originally developed by professor Justin Cappos and his team at NYU’s Tandon School of engineering.”

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation Adds Two Security Projects to its Open Source Stable– TechCrunch

4) Heather Kirksey, director of OPNFV talk about the newly-announced Euphrates and the open source project’s latest movements

OPNFV Supports Containerized OpenStack and Kubernetes– SDxCentral