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Mandriva 2006 Beta1 rpms

Mandriva 2006 Beta 1 RPM list as of 07/16/05

a2ps-4.13b-6mdk
alsa-utils-1.0.9-2mdk
amarok-1.3-0.beta2.3mdk
amarok-engine-xine-1.3-0.beta2.3mdk
aqbanking-1.2.0-1mdk
aqhbci-1.1.0-1mdk
aqhbci-qt-tools-1.0.5-0.beta.2mdk
arts-1.4.1-3mdk
as10k1-1.0.9-1mdk
ash-0.3.8-8mdk
aspell-0.60.3-1mdk
aspell-en-6.0.0-1mdk
at-3.1.8-12mdk
audacity-1.2.3-3mdk
basesystem-10.1-2mdk
bash-3.0-6mdk
bdflush-1.5-25mdk
bind-utils-9.3.1-2mdk
binutils-2.16.91.0.1-1mdk
bootloader-utils-1.9-2mdk
bootsplash-3.1.8-1mdk
bzip2-1.0.3-1mdk
cdialog-0.9b-5mdk
cdrdao-1.2.0-1mdk
cdrecord-2.01.01-0.a01.6mdk
cdrecord-isotools-2.01.01-0.a01.6mdk
chbg-1.5-10mdk
chkconfig-1.3.20-4mdk
chkfontpath-1.10.0-1mdk
common-licenses-1.0-9mdk
console-tools-0.2.3-51mdk
coreutils-5.2.1-5mdk
coreutils-doc-5.2.1-5mdk
cpio-2.6-4mdk
crack-attack-1.1.14-2mdk
crack-attack-music-1-3mdk
crack-attack-sounds-1-3mdk
cracklib-dicts-2.8.3-1mdk
crontabs-1.10-5mdk
curl-7.14.0-2mdk
db1-1.85-10mdk
dbus-0.23.4-2mdk
dbus-x11-0.23.4-2mdk
dcraw-7.21-1mdk
desktop-common-data-10.3.1-1mdk
desktop-file-utils-0.10-2mdk
desktop-printing-0.18-4mdk
dhcp-client-3.0.2-2mdk
dhcp-common-3.0.2-2mdk
dia-0.94-4mdk
diffutils-2.8.7-2mdk
dirmngr-0.5.5-4mdk
dmidecode-2.6-1mdk
docbook-dtd412-xml-1.0-17mdk
docbook-dtd42-xml-1.0-5mdk
dosfstools-2.10-2mdk
drakconf-10.3-0.6mdk
drakconf-icons-10.3-0.6mdk
drakfirsttime-1.2-1mdk
drakoo-0.6-1mdk
drakxtools-10.3-0.34mdk
drakxtools-backend-10.3-0.34mdk
drakxtools-newt-10.3-0.34mdk
dump-0.4b37-2mdk
dvd+rw-tools-5.21.4.10.8-2mdk
dynamic-0.25-2mdk
e2fsprogs-1.37-1mdk
eel-2.10.1-2mdk
efax-0.9a-4mdk
eject-2.0.13-6mdk
emacs-21.4-20mdk
emacs-X11-21.4-20mdk
enscript-1.6.4-2mdk
eog-2.10.2-1mdk
epiphany-1.6.4-1mdk
epiphany-extensions-1.6.4-1mdk
esound-0.2.36-1mdk
etcskel-1.63-17mdk
ethtool-3-1mdk
evolution-2.2.3-5mdk
evolution-data-server-1.2.3-4mdk
fbgrab-1.0-1mdk
file-4.14-2mdk
file-roller-2.10.4-1mdk
filesystem-2.1.6-1mdk
findutils-4.2.23-1mdk
flphoto-1.2-4mdk
fontconfig-2.3.2-1mdk
fonts-ttf-decoratives-1.3-14mdk
fonts-ttf-dejavu-1.10-1mdk
fonts-ttf-west_european-1.3-14mdk
font-tools-0.1-11mdk
foomatic-db-3.0.2-1.20050529.1mdk
foomatic-db-engine-3.0.2-1.20050530.1mdk
foomatic-db-hpijs-2.1.3-1.20050518.1mdk
foomatic-filters-3.0.2-1.20050519.1mdk
fortune-mod-1.99.1-5mdk
freetype-1.3.1-23mdk
freetype-tools-1.3.1-23mdk
frozen-bubble-1.0.0-7mdk
ftp-client-krb5-1.4.1-6mdk
gail-1.8.4-1mdk
gaim-1.4.0-1mdk
gal-2.4-2.4.3-1mdk
galaxy-gnome-1.0.2-14mdk
galaxy-kde-1.0.2-14mdk
galaxy-kde-kwin-1.0.2-14mdk
gamin-0.1.1-1mdk
gawk-3.1.4-1mdk
gcc-4.0.1-0.2mdk
gcc-c++-4.0.1-0.2mdk
gcc-cpp-4.0.1-0.2mdk
GConf-1.0.9-18mdk
GConf2-2.10.1-1mdk
gconf-editor-2.10.0-2mdk
gdb-6.3-3mdk
gdk-pixbuf-loaders-0.22.0-8mdk
gdm-2.8.0.1-1mdk
gedit-2.10.3-1mdk
gettext-base-0.14.5-1mdk
ghostscript-8.15-18mdk
ghostscript-fonts-8.11-4mdk
ghostscript-module-X-8.15-18mdk
giftrans-1.12.2-13mdk
gimp-2.2.8-1mdk
glibc-2.3.5-2mdk
glibc-devel-2.3.5-2mdk
glib-gettextize-2.6.5-1mdk
gnome-applets-2.10.1-3mdk
gnome-audio-2.0.0-2mdk
gnome-control-center-2.10.2-1mdk
gnome-desktop-2.10.2-1mdk
gnome-doc-utils-0.2.1-1mdk
gnome-icon-theme-2.10.1-3mdk
gnome-keyring-0.4.2-1mdk
gnome-libs-1.4.2-12mdk
gnome-media-2.10.2-1mdk
gnomemeeting-1.2.1-4mdk
gnome-menus-2.11.1.1-1mdk
gnome-mime-data-2.4.2-3mdk
gnome-panel-2.10.2-1mdk
gnome-pim-1.4.9-6mdk
gnome-print-0.37-7mdk
gnome-session-2.10.0-4mdk
gnome-spell-1.0.6-2mdk
gnome-system-monitor-2.10.1-2mdk
gnome-terminal-2.10.0-1mdk
gnome-themes-2.10.2-1mdk
gnome-user-docs-2.8.1-1mdk
gnome-utils-2.10.1-3mdk
gnome-vfs2-2.10.1-4mdk
gnome-volume-manager-1.2.2-1mdk
gnucash-1.8.11-3mdk
gnucash-hbci-1.8.11-3mdk
gnucash-ofx-1.8.11-3mdk
gnupg-1.4.0-4mdk
gnupg2-1.9.16-2mdk
gpdf-2.10.0-1mdk
gpg-pubkey-26752624-3fd74faa
gphoto2-2.1.6-2mdk
graphviz-2.2.1-1mdk
grep-2.5.1a-1mdk
groff-1.19.1-1mdk
groff-for-man-1.19.1-1mdk
grub-0.97-8mdk
grub-doc-0.97-8mdk
gstreamer-audio-formats-0.8.10-1mdk
gstreamer-cdparanoia-0.8.10-1mdk
gstreamer-flac-0.8.10-1mdk
gstreamer-GConf-0.8.10-1mdk
gstreamer-gnomevfs-0.8.10-1mdk
gstreamer-mad-0.8.10-1mdk
gstreamer-plugins-0.8.10-1mdk
gstreamer-tools-0.8.10-1mdk
gstreamer-vorbis-0.8.10-1mdk
gtk+2.0-2.6.8-1mdk
gtkam-0.1.12-8mdk
gtkdialogs-2.1-1mdk
gtk-engines-0.12-9mdk
gtk-engines2-2.6.3-2mdk
gtkhtml-3.6-3.6.2-3mdk
gtksourceview-1.2.1-1mdk
gtkspell-2.0.10-1mdk
gucharmap-1.4.3-1mdk
guile-1.6.7-3mdk
guile-gtk-1.2-0.31-9mdk
Guppi-0.40.3-10mdk
gurpmi-4.7.10-1mdk
gutenprint-common-5.0.0-0.2mdk
gutenprint-escputil-5.0.0-0.2mdk
gutenprint-foomatic-5.0.0-0.2mdk
gutenprint-gimp2-5.0.0-0.2mdk
gutenprint-ijs-5.0.0-0.2mdk
gwenhywfar-1.14.0-1mdk
g-wrap-1.3.4-12mdk
gzip-1.2.4a-15mdk
hal-0.4.8-4mdk
harddrake-10.3-0.34mdk
harddrake-ui-10.3-0.34mdk
hdparm-6.1-1mdk
hexedit-1.2.10-1mdk
hicolor-icon-theme-0.8-1mdk
hotplug-2004_09_23-12mdk
howl-1.0.0-1mdk
hplip-hpijs-0.9.3-1mdk
hplip-hpijs-ppds-0.9.3-1mdk
hwdb-clients-0.16.1-1mdk
hylafax-4.2.1-1mdk
hylafax-client-4.2.1-1mdk
icewm-light-1.2.20-4mdk
ifmetric-0.3-3mdk
ifplugd-0.28-2mdk
ImageMagick-6.2.3.3-1mdk
imlib-1.9.14-11mdk
indexhtml-10.2-4mdk
info-install-4.8-1mdk
initscripts-7.61.1-33mdk
iproute2-2.6.10-2mdk
iputils-20020927-5mdk
iso-codes-0.46-3mdk
jackit-0.100.1-0.20050702.1mdk
jhead-2.3-1mdk
jpeg-progs-6b-34mdk
k3b-0.12.1-2mdk
k3b-dvd-0.12.1-2mdk
kaffeine-0.6-6mdk
kbear-2.1.1-14mdk
kdeaccessibility-3.4.1-1mdk
kdeaddons-searchbar-3.4.1-2mdk
kdeartwork-3.4.1-3mdk
kdeartwork-kde-classic-3.4.1-3mdk
kdebase-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-common-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-kate-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-kcontrol-nsplugins-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-kdeprintfax-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-kdm-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-kdm-config-file-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-kmenuedit-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-konsole-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-nsplugins-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-progs-3.4.1-12mdk
kdebase-servicemenu-10.1-4mdk
kdegraphics-common-3.4.1-2mdk
kdegraphics-kfax-3.4.1-2mdk
kdegraphics-kghostview-3.4.1-2mdk
kdegraphics-ksnapshot-3.4.1-2mdk
kdegraphics-kuickshow-3.4.1-2mdk
kde-i18n-en_GB-3.4.1-1mdk
kdelibs-common-3.4.1-11mdk
kdemultimedia-common-3.4.1-3mdk
kdemultimedia-kaudiocreator-3.4.1-3mdk
kdemultimedia-kmix-3.4.1-3mdk
kdemultimedia-kscd-3.4.1-3mdk
kdenetwork-common-3.4.1-4mdk
kdenetwork-kdict-3.4.1-4mdk
kdenlive-0.2.4-1mdk
kdepim-akregator-3.4.1-7mdk
kdepim-common-3.4.1-7mdk
kdepim-kaddressbook-3.4.1-7mdk
kdepim-karm-3.4.1-7mdk
kdepim-kmail-3.4.1-7mdk
kdepim-knode-3.4.1-7mdk
kdepim-knotes-3.4.1-7mdk
kdepim-kontact-3.4.1-7mdk
kdepim-korganizer-3.4.1-7mdk
kdepim-kpilot-3.4.1-7mdk
kdetoys-kweather-3.4.1-1mdk
kdetv-0.8.7-1mdk
kdeutils-ark-3.4.1-2mdk
kdeutils-kcalc-3.4.1-2mdk
kdeutils-kcharselect-3.4.1-2mdk
kdeutils-kdepasswd-3.4.1-2mdk
kdeutils-kdf-3.4.1-2mdk
kdeutils-kfloppy-3.4.1-2mdk
kdeutils-kwalletmanager-3.4.1-2mdk
kdewebdev-3.4.1-1mdk
kernel-2.6.12.6mdk-1-1mdk
kernel-source-2.6-2.6.12-6mdk
keychain-2.5.4.1-1mdk
kphone-4.1.0-3mdk
krootwarning-10.1-2mdk
krozat-10.1-4mdk
lbreakout2-2.6-0.beta.1mdk
ld10k1-1.0.9-1mdk
ldconfig-2.3.5-2mdk
ldetect-0.6.2-1mdk
ldetect-lst-0.1.97-1mdk
less-382-11mdk
lesstif-0.93.94-4mdk
lftp-3.2.1-1mdk
libaa1-1.4.0-0.rc5.14mdk
libacl1-2.2.23-2mdk
libalsa2-1.0.9-1mdk
libalsa2-devel-1.0.9-1mdk
libalsa-data-1.0.9-1mdk
libao2-0.8.5-4mdk
libapm1-3.2.2-3mdk
libaqbanking0-1.2.0-1mdk
libaqhbci2-1.1.0-1mdk
libart_lgpl2-2.3.17-3mdk
libart_lgpl2-devel-2.3.17-3mdk
libarts1-1.4.1-3mdk
libarts1-devel-1.4.1-3mdk
libaspell15-0.60.3-1mdk
libassuan0-0.6.9-1mdk
libatk1.0_0-1.10.1-1mdk
libattr1-2.4.16-2mdk
libaudiofile0-0.2.6-3mdk
libaudiofile0-devel-0.2.6-3mdk
libavc1394_0-0.5.1-2mdk
libbeecrypt6-3.1.0-5mdk
libbinutils2-2.16.91.0.1-1mdk
libbluez1-2.18-1mdk
libbonobo2_0-2.10.0-1mdk
libbonobo-2.10.0-1mdk
libbonobo2-1.0.22-9mdk
libbonoboui2_0-2.10.0-1mdk
libbonoboui-2.10.0-1mdk
libbzip2_1-1.0.3-1mdk
libcairo1-0.5.1-1mdk
libcap1-1.10-4mdk
libcdda0-IIIa9.8-9mdk
libcddb-slave2_0-2.10.2-1mdk
libcdio5-0.74-2mdk
libcdio6-0.75-1mdk
libconsole0-0.2.3-51mdk
libcrack2-2.8.3-1mdk
libcroco0.6_3-0.6.0-2mdk
libcups2-1.1.23-11mdk
libcurl3-7.14.0-2mdk
libdaemon0-0.7-1mdk
libdb4.2-4.2.52-6mdk
libdbus-1_0-0.23.4-2mdk
libdbus-glib-1_0-0.23.4-2mdk
libdbus-qt-1_0-0.23.4-2mdk
libdevmapper1.01-1.01.00-2mdk
libdiffie1-0.10.49-6mdk
libdv4-0.104-2mdk
libeel2_2-2.10.1-2mdk
libelfutils1-0.99-1mdk
libesound0-0.2.36-1mdk
libesound0-devel-0.2.36-1mdk
libevolution-data-server4-1.2.3-4mdk
libexif12-0.6.12-1mdk
libexif-gtk5-0.3.5-1mdk
libexpat0-1.95.8-1mdk
libexpat0-devel-1.95.8-1mdk
libext2fs2-1.37-1mdk
libffmpeg0-0.4.9-0.pre1.4mdk
libflac7-1.1.2-4mdk
libfltk1.1-1.1.6-2mdk
libfontconfig1-2.3.2-1mdk
libfontconfig1-devel-2.3.2-1mdk
libfreetype6-2.1.10-1mdk
libfreetype6-devel-2.1.10-1mdk
libgail17-1.8.4-1mdk
libgaim-remote0-1.4.0-1mdk
libgal23-0.24-4mdk
libgal-2.4_0-2.4.3-1mdk
libgamin-1_0-0.1.1-1mdk
libgamin-1_0-devel-0.1.1-1mdk
libgcc1-4.0.1-0.2mdk
libGConf1-1.0.9-18mdk
libGConf2_4-2.10.1-1mdk
libgcrypt11-1.2.1-1mdk
libgd2-2.0.33-3mdk
libgdbm3-1.8.3-2mdk
libgdk_pixbuf2.0_0-2.6.8-1mdk
libgdk-pixbuf2-0.22.0-8mdk
libgdk-pixbuf-gnomecanvas1-0.22.0-8mdk
libghttp1-1.0.9-7mdk
libgimp2.0_0-2.2.8-1mdk
libglade0-0.17-12mdk
libglade2.0_0-2.5.1-1mdk
libglade-gnome0-0.17-12mdk
libglib1.2-1.2.10-15mdk
libglib2.0_0-2.6.5-1mdk
libglib2.0_0-devel-2.6.5-1mdk
libglitz1-0.4.3-1mdk
libgnet-2.0_0-2.0.5-3mdk
libgnokii2-0.6.7-1mdk
libgnome2_0-2.10.1-1mdk
libgnome2-2.10.1-1mdk
libgnome32-1.4.2-12mdk
libgnomecanvas2_0-2.10.2-1mdk
libgnomecups-0.2.0-1mdk
libgnomecups-1.0_1-0.2.0-1mdk
libgnome-desktop-2_2-2.10.2-1mdk
libgnome-keyring0-0.4.2-1mdk
libgnome-menu2-2.11.1.1-1mdk
libgnomeprint15-0.37-7mdk
libgnomeprint-2.10.3-3mdk
libgnomeprint2-2_0-2.10.3-3mdk
libgnomeprintui2-2_0-2.10.2-1mdk
libgnomeui2_0-2.10.1-2mdk
libgnomeui2-2.10.1-2mdk
libgnome-vfs2_0-2.10.1-4mdk
libgnome-window-settings1-2.10.2-1mdk
libgnucash0-1.8.11-3mdk
libgnutls11-1.0.25-2mdk
libgpg-error0-1.0-4mdk
libgphoto2-2.1.6-1mdk
libgphoto-hotplug-2.1.6-1mdk
libgpm1-1.20.1-11mdk
libgraphviz7-2.2.1-1mdk
libgsf-1_1-1.11.1-1mdk
libgsm1-1.0.10-9mdk
libgstgconf0.8-0.8.10-1mdk
libgstreamer0.8-0.8.10-1mdk
libgstreamer-plugins0.8-0.8.10-1mdk
libgtk+1.2-1.2.10-41mdk
libgtk+2.0_0-2.6.8-1mdk
libgtkhtml1.1_3-1.1.10-6mdk
libgtkhtml2_0-2.6.3-1mdk
libgtkhtml-3.6_18-3.6.2-3mdk
libgtk-linux-fb-2.0_0-2.4.14-4mdk
libgtksourceview-1.0_0-1.2.1-1mdk
libgtkspell0-2.0.10-1mdk
libgtk+-x11-2.0_0-2.6.8-1mdk
libgtop2.0_5-2.10.2-1mdk
libgtop2-2.10.2-1mdk
libgucharmap4-1.4.3-1mdk
libguile12-1.6.7-3mdk
libguile-gtk-1.2_0-0.31-9mdk
libguppi16-0.40.3-10mdk
libgutenprint9-5.0.0-0.2mdk
libgwenhywfar17-1.14.0-1mdk
libg-wrap1-1.3.4-12mdk
libhal0-0.4.8-4mdk
libhowl0-1.0.0-1mdk
libhylafax4.2.0-4.2.1-1mdk
libid3tag0-0.15.1b-4mdk
libIDL2_0-0.8.5-1mdk
libidn11-0.5.17-1mdk
libidn11-devel-0.5.17-1mdk
libieee1284_3-0.2.10-1mdk
libijs1-0.35-18mdk
libimlib1-1.9.14-11mdk
libintl3-0.14.5-1mdk
libiso9660_4-0.75-1mdk
libiw27-27-1mdk
libjack0-0.100.1-0.20050702.1mdk
libjack0-devel-0.100.1-0.20050702.1mdk
libjasper1.701_1-1.701.0-3mdk
libjpeg62-6b-34mdk
libjpeg62-devel-6b-34mdk
libk3b2-0.12.1-2mdk
libkaffeine0-0.6-6mdk
libkbear2-2.1.1-14mdk
libkdebase4-3.4.1-12mdk
libkdebase4-kate-3.4.1-12mdk
libkdebase4-kmenuedit-3.4.1-12mdk
libkdebase4-konsole-3.4.1-12mdk
libkdecore4-3.4.1-11mdk
libkdecore4-devel-3.4.1-11mdk
libkdegraphics0-common-3.4.1-2mdk
libkdegraphics0-kghostview-3.4.1-2mdk
libkdegraphics0-kuickshow-3.4.1-2mdk
libkdemultimedia1-common-3.4.1-3mdk
libkdemultimedia1-common-devel-3.4.1-3mdk
libkdemultimedia1-kmix-3.4.1-3mdk
libkdemultimedia1-kscd-3.4.1-3mdk
libkdemultimedia1-noatun-3.4.1-3mdk
libkdemultimedia1-noatun-devel-3.4.1-3mdk
libkdenetwork2-common-3.4.1-4mdk
libkdepim2-akregator-3.4.1-7mdk
libkdepim2-common-3.4.1-7mdk
libkdepim2-kaddressbook-3.4.1-7mdk
libkdepim2-kmail-3.4.1-7mdk
libkdepim2-knode-3.4.1-7mdk
libkdepim2-kontact-3.4.1-7mdk
libkdepim2-korganizer-3.4.1-7mdk
libkdepim2-kpilot-3.4.1-7mdk
libkdepim2-ktnef-3.4.1-7mdk
libkdetoys1-devel-3.4.1-1mdk
libkdetoys1-kweather-3.4.1-1mdk
libkdeutils1-ark-3.4.1-2mdk
libkdeutils1-kcalc-3.4.1-2mdk
libkdevideo1-0.8.7-1mdk
libkrb53-1.4.1-6mdk
libksba8-0.9.11-2mdk
liblcms1-1.14-1mdk
liblcms1-devel-1.14-1mdk
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    Qualcomm‘s latest high-end system-on-chip, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, was announced at the Snapdragon Tech Summit back in December. The chipset offers 4 Kryo 385 (A75 “performance”) and 4 Kryo 385 (A55 “efficiency”) CPU cores, the latest Adreno 630 GPU, the Spectra 280 ISP, the Hexagon 685 DSP, the Snapdragon X20 LTE modem, and a new Secure Processing Unit (SPU). The Snapdragon 845 SoC is a powerhouse in benchmarks and it is already available in devices like the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, and the OnePlus 6. Developers on our forums have been itching to get their hands on a device with Qualcomm’s latest and greatest, but there’s just one thing that has made some developers worry about the future of development on the platform: The lack of publicly available source code for the kernel, HALs, framework branches, and more on the CodeAurora Forums.
  • Kata Containers 1.0 Released, Formerly Intel Clear Containers
    Back in December was the announcement of Intel's Clear Containers being spun into a new project called Kata Containers in collaboration with other organizations. Kata Containers has now reached their version 1.0 milestone. Kata Containers 1.0 is now available for this container technology designed for offering a secure and scalable container experience built atop Intel VT technology.
  • What's new in OpenStack?
    As OpenStack Foundation Chief Operating Officer Mark Collier referenced in his opening keynote, the uses which OpenStack is seeing today expand far beyond what most who were involved in the early days of the project could have ever imagined. While OpenStack started out primarily in the traditional data center and found many large-scale users, particularly in the telecommunications industry, who were using it to manage huge installations of traditional x86 server hardware, the flexibility of OpenStack has today allowed it to thrive in many other environments and use cases. Today, we see OpenStack powering everything from academic and research projects to media and gaming services, from online retail and e-commerce to manufacturing and industrial applications, and from finance to healthcare. OpenStack is found in all of these different places not just because it is cheaper than using the public cloud, not just because it makes compliance with various regulations easier, but because its open source code makes it flexible to all sort of different situations.
  • Should Red Hat Buy or Build a Database?
    For a decade, at least, observers of the company have speculated about whether Red Hat would or should enter the database market. The primary argument, one made in this space eight years ago, has historically been that Red Hat is de facto leaving potential dollars on the table by limiting itself to operating platform and immediately adjacent markets. In a more recent piece, analyst Krishnan Subramanian adds that Red Hat is at risk because databases represent a control point, one that the company is effectively ceding to competitors such as AWS or Microsoft.
  • Tidelift Raises $15M Series A From General Catalyst, Foundry, & Others
    This morning Tidelift, a startup focused on helping developers work with open source technology, announced that it has closed a $15 million Series A round of funding co-led by General Catalyst, Foundry, and Matthew Szulik, the former CEO of Red Hat, a public open source-centered technology company. The subscription-powered startup has an interesting business model which we’ll dive into shortly, but it’s worth noting that the open source space as a whole is quite active. It’s something that Crunchbase News covered last year, describing how startups working with open source software have enjoyed a dramatic rise in investor interest. That puts Tidelift in the midst of a trend.
  • Tidelift lands $15M to deliver professional open-source support
    Tidelift Inc. is raising $15 million as it looks to boost its unique open-source software model that sees companies pay for professional support of their favorite projects, allowing those that maintain them to get compensated too. The Series A round was led by the investment firms General Catalyst and Foundry Group, as well as former Red Hat Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Matthew Szulik. The company was able to attract the investment after coming up with a novel idea for maintaining the most popular open-source software projects in a way that benefits both the users and those who help to create them. It works like this: Companies pay a subscription fee that entitles them to professional-grade support, similar to the kind of commercial subscriptions offered by firms such as Red Hat, Cloudera Inc. and Docker Inc. A part of these fees are then used to pay the developers who maintain the software. The net result, at least in theory, is that everyone is happy, as companies enjoy the benefits of professional support at lower rates than they might expect from an established firm, and the developers of the software are finally rewarded for their efforts.