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  • Open source company SUSE has taken a pot-shot at cloud infrastructure and business mobility vendor VMware, contrasting the latter's proprietary, closed-source offering with the OpenStack Cloud that it sells. A blog post by Ryan Hagen, consulting manager, Global SUSE Services, said that VMware...

  • The Debian GNU/Linux project has a lack of leadership, veteran developer Martin Michlmayr says, adding that while there are many talented people in the project, members are afraid to make or propose changes, especially big, far-reaching ones. Michlmayr made the comments as part of his platform...

  • When it rains, it tends to pour. This seems true in the case of the Debian GNU/Linux project elections, with five developers putting their hands up to contest for the post of leader, after nobody was in the running three days out from the initial date...

  • Not only reinforcing its commitment to the "Asia Pacific Partner Ecosystem", Red Hay's 2018 Partner Conference will "share partner successes and updates on emerging technologies". Red Hat's 2018 APAC Partner Conference starts today (10 July) in Bali, until 12 July, and "expects the attendance of...

  • SUSE Linux has been acquired thrice in its history. Now the company, a Nuremberg-based independent business unit of the British mainframe group Micro Focus, has gone to the other side of the tracks, announcing that it will be making its first ever...

  • ReactOS, a free and open source operating system on which one can run Windows applications, has released version 0.4.2, within three months of its previous release. The developers say this is an alpha release and anyone who uses it should be aware of...

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