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  • A Recap Of The Many Interesting Presentations At FOSDEM 2018

    Over the past week and a half we have highlighted many of the interesting presentations that took place at the annual Free Open-Source Developers' European Meeting (FOSDEM) in Brussels. Here's a look back if you are behind on your Phoronix reading.

  • WebRender newsletter #14
  • Restricting AppCache to Secure Contexts

    The Application Cache (AppCache) interface provides a caching mechanism that allows websites to run offline. Using this API, developers can specify resources that the browser should cache and make available to users offline. Unfortunately, AppCache has limitations in revalidating its cache, which allows attackers to trick the browser into never revalidate the cache by setting a manifest to a malformed cache file. Removing AppCache over HTTP connections removes the risk that users could see stale cached content that came from a malicious connection indefinitely.

  • Altibase Challenges Oracle, IBM & Microsoft

    ...Altibase, an enterprise grade relational database, announced that it is now open source.

  • Putting Open Source GIS to Use
  • InfluxData scores $35 million Series C to expand time series database business

    In a world where sensors are capturing ever-increasing amounts of data, being able to collect that high volume and measure it over time becomes increasingly important. InfluxData, the startup built on top of the open source time series database platform, announced it has received a $35 million Series C investment today led by Sapphire Ventures, the investment arm of enterprise software giant, SAP.

  • EOH acquires LSD in open source drive

    The JSE-listed company says the partnership addresses an identified gap in the market by bringing the value and innovation that open source solutions provide, in enabling EOH customers' digital transformation journeys.

    LSD was founded by Stefan Lesicnik in 2001. In the early days, the company focused on supporting basic Linux servers.

  • Qt 5.10.1 Ships With More Than 300 Bug Fixes

    The Qt Company has announced the availability of Qt 5.10.1, the first bug-fix release to Qt 5.10 that shipped back in December.

    In the approximately two months since Qt 5.10.0, today's point release has more than 300 bug fixes and around 1,400 changes in total over the previous release.

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