Linux News

News For Open Source Professionals
  1. This month, our communities met in Chicago for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America, where AI topics were front and center. Two new LF Research reports have been published: the World of Open Source Global Spotlight and the 2023 State of Open Source in Financial Services. We also launched two new projects, the App Defense Alliance […]

    The post Linux Foundation Newsletter: November 2023 appeared first on

  2. Elevate your profile. Improve your skills. Showcase your badges. Get significant deals on open source training and certification from Linux Foundation. Deals end December 4, so start saving now! SAVE NOW

    The post Save up to 65% on Cyber Monday Deals! appeared first on

  3. “An important aspect of Perses strategy is the foundational open source path. Perses is already a project under the Linux Foundation, which means it does not belong to Amadeus or any of the other contributing companies, but to the vendor-neutral foundation, and under its governance. Furthermore, Perses’s end goal is to join the Cloud Native Computing […]

    The post PromCon Recap: Unveiling Perses, the GitOps-Friendly Metrics Visualization Tool appeared first on

  4. This month’s newsletter will be one of our biggest ever! In October, our communities met in person at the Open Source Summit Europe in Bilbao and KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + OSS in Shanghai, China.  At OpenSSF’s Secure Open Source Summit in Washington, DC, we continued advancing important conversations to improve the security of software supply […]

    The post Linux Foundation Newsletter: October 2023 appeared first on

  5. Introducing the internal data written to Click to Read More at Oracle Linux Kernel Development

    The post mkfs.ext4 – What it actually creates appeared first on

  6. Read the original blog at Read More 

    The post Exploring the Future of Open Source Solutions in the Mobile Industry appeared first on

  7. 2023 has emerged as a watershed moment in the open source landscape. This year’s Open Source Program Office (OSPO) survey by the Linux Foundation and the TODO Group sheds new insights into their pervasiveness within organizations worldwide. The people behind these entities have transitioned from niche to mainstream, serving as critical bridges between organizations and the open source community. Here, we’ll explore the report's key findings and the remaining gaps, and discuss the implications for the future of open source.

    The post Open Source Program Offices in 2023: Key Insights and Gap Exploration appeared first on

  8. Read the original post at: Read More 

    The post Linux Foundation Research Proposes New Direction for Mobile Industry with Open Source appeared first on

  9. In an era where digital transformation is not just a buzzword but a necessity across industries, Open Source Software (OSS) has emerged as a driver for public sector innovation. The Linux Foundation's groundbreaking report, "The European Public Sector Open Source Opportunity," written by Cailean Osborne, Mirko Boehm, and Ana Jimenez Santamaria, with a foreword by Gabriele Columbro, GM of Linux Foundation Europe, explores the intricate and essential relationship between OSS and public governance.

    The post Key Insights from “The European Public Sector Open Source Opportunity” appeared first on

  10. Expect to see open source “not approved for the EU” if the EU CRA goes forward.

    The post Open Source and the CRA: It Will Not Work appeared first on

VOSB Certification

Ponder This...

Are You Using Social Software?  Whether for you or your organization / business, social software is pioneering new and faster ways to collaborate, share information, and get assistance.  You need to be part of it.

Protected by Copyscape DMCA Takedown Notice Infringement Search Tool