There's a new Linux-friendly game launching today that's powered by the demanding Unigine Game Engine.
Sumoman is an adventure puzzle platformer game. With its usage of Unigine, the graphics appear rather interesting and there is also advanced physics support.
This is a bit troublesome, the developers of Ticket to Ride have decided to abandon Linux support with no announcement.
They have removed the SteamOS icon from their Steam store page, but they haven't removed the game from your collections. The problem is that a few people have completely lost access to the game and it doesn't seem like the developer has made any attempts to fix this.
With DragonFlyBSD 4.8 making its debut yesterday, I was excited to give this updated BSD operating system a try now that it has UEFI support and some performance improvements. Here are some early benchmark results of DragonFlyBSD 4.8 compared to 4.6 and Intel's Clear Linux for some additional reference points.
Plesk teams with Kolab for open source groupware
Plesk, one of the major providers of website management solutions, has chosen Kolab Systems’ groupware solution for its millions of users.
"You can now deploy Kolab in your Plesk installation with the Premium Email powered by Kolab extension. this extension is a step forward in the field of turn key groupware and online collaboration software. This package is easy and convenient to deploy — it can literally be installed in a few clicks, and it provides full Kolab functionality without the inconveniences and potential pitfalls of having to install Kolab from the ground up," said Kolab Systems in a press release.
This deal shows us why smart companies put their eggs in the open source basket instead of relying on proprietary solutions.
Can Open Source EHRs Offer a New Path for Health IT Usability?
More than half a decade after the EHR Incentive Programs sparked a frenzied rush to purchase and implement certified health IT tools, the electronic health record market has largely coalesced around a core set of commercial vendors.
The names of the industry’s leading lights – Cerner, Epic, Allscripts, MEDITECH, NextGen, athenahealth – have become very familiar to anyone with an interest in data and documentation.
When searching for a new EHR, a population health management solution, or a big data analytics toolset, providers have a lot of decisions to make. Cloud or server-based? CommonWell or Carequality? API-compatible or largely proprietary?