Monthly Archives: June 2015

Development Release: Tanglu 3.0 RC1

Matthias Klumpp has announced the availability of a release candidate for Tanglu, a Debian based distribution for desktop users. Tanglu 3 RC1 introduces experimental support and is presented in three …

Serge Hallyn: Tiling windows in Unity

Using the compiz grid plugin, Unity supports placing windows, one at a time, in a tiled-like fashion. However, there is no support for tilling a workspace in one fell stroke. …

Distribution Release: antiX 15

The antiX project, a distribution suitable for low-resource computing based on Debian’s Stable branch, has announced the launch of antiX 15. "A lot of time and work was spent getting …

Tizen Common Q1 2015 build with Yocto Project is available

Tizen Experts:  Some Interesting Information has hit the Tizen Mailing lists this morning courtesy of Jean-Benoît Martin.  Source: Linux News

StackEngine’s Boyd Hemphill: How Docker is Changing DevOps

Boyd Hemphill, Director of Evangelism at container application management startup StackEngine, discusses the use of Docker and Linux containers in DevOps and how containers are changing DevOps practices. Source: Linux News

Ubuntu Kernel Team: Kernel Team Meeting Minutes – June 30, 2015

Meeting Minutes IRC Log of the meeting. Meeting minutes. Agenda 20150630 Meeting Agenda Release Metrics and Incoming Bugs Release metrics and incoming bug data can be reviewed at the following …

Ubuntu Kernel Team: Kernel Team Meeting Minutes – June 30, 2015

Meeting Minutes IRC Log of the meeting. Meeting minutes. Agenda 20150630 Meeting Agenda Release Metrics and Incoming Bugs Release metrics and incoming bug data can be reviewed at the following …

Razer’s Open Source Virtual Reality Project Now Supports Android Devices

Open Electronics: Razer’s open source virtual reality project will support Android, which opens up the future of this mind-altering world to multiple devices.  Source: Linux News

Linux Kernel 4.1.1 Is Now the Most Stable and Advanced Version Available

The latest version of the stable Linux kernel, 4.1.1, has been released by Greg Kroah-Hartman, making this the latest and the most advanced version available. It’s not a large update …

Microsoft, Oracle, HP, Tibco, RStudio Form the R Consortium Under the Linux Foundation

VentureBeat: The nonprofit Linux Foundation today announced a new initiative called the R Consortium, a new group to unite the users of the open-source R programming language, which is widely used among data …