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Red Hat Named One of the 25 Best Tech Companies to Work for in 2013

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redhat.com: We’re excited to share that Red Hat has just been named by Business Insider as one of “The 25 Best Tech Companies to Work for in 2013.” Red Hat ranked 18th on the “Best Tech Companies to Work for in 2013” list, with a company rating of 3.9 (out of 5.0).

An Unmet Need: Privacy Integration on the PC Desktop

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Security

linuxadvocates.com: I had a nice chat (Google Plus) today with +Aaron Seigo regarding RetroShare. He came to the realization as I have that really, thus far, there isn't any form of integrated privacy control built into any computing Desktop system.

Fedora 19 - Mixed Blessings

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  • Fedora 19 - Of Schroedingers Cat and Mixed Blessings
  • Fedora 20 Might No Longer Install Syslog
  • RHEL 5.10 Updates Server Security and MySQL

Torvalds defends his right to shame kernel developers

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  • Tempest, meet teapot
  • Is It Time to Restore Civility to Linux Development?
  • Female dev asks Torvalds to curb list abuse
  • Torvalds defends his right to shame kernel developers

Distro Hopping Update

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asimplediscipleslife.blogspot: So, where does one turn in Linux to have things work out? What about the major distributions? I tried all of those. We need to go to distributions derived from those.

standing up against verbal abuse

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vizzzion.org: Kernel hacker Sarah Sharp has stood up against the way of communication common on the Linux Kernel Mailing List. I’m standing up against verbal abuse on LKML. If people really think they can only be productive when using abusive language, they need a reality check and grow up.

Configuring the Kernel

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  • Configuring the Kernel (Part 1)
  • Intel Rapid Start in Linux
  • Improve Laptop Power Management in Ubuntu and derivatives
  • Installing Fedora 19
  • PCLOS Releases Trio of Maintenance Updates

20 years after Windows 3.11, Linus unveils “Linux for Workgroups”

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  • 20 years after Windows 3.11, Linus unveils “Linux for Workgroups”
  • "Linux for Workgroups": Linux 3.11's feature set now confirmed
  • Linux 3.11 to be known as 'Linux for Workgroups'

Ubuntu vs. Debian

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Ubuntu

datamation.com: In this article, I'll examine how Debian compares to Ubuntu and whether or not it can make for a solid Ubuntu alternative.

SuperX 2.0 Darwin review - Enterprise not

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Ubuntu

dedoimedo.com: SuperX is a Linux-based distribution that does not like to advertise its Linux roots. Hence, the official website, which only speaks about the ultimate computer operating system and superior alternative solutions.

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  • No more Android Wear watches says Samsung, Tizen all the way !
    Samsung has been getting pretty serious about its Smartwatches and has certainly excelled with its latest creation, the Tizen based Gear S2. The company has had a little dabble with Android wear in the past, with the Galaxy Gear Live, and since has been focusing on Tizen. According to a report from Fast Company stating that “no more Samsung Android Wear devices are in development or being planned.” This is according to a Samsung executive. The report goes further to say that Samsung executives are going with Tizen because it’s “far more battery-efficient than Android Wear” and “the standard OS on other Samsung products from TVs to refrigerators.”
  • Are games too easy to pirate on Android?
    It's long been known that game developers make much more money on iOS than they do on Google's Android platform. The most recent example of this is Monument Valley. The developers of the game posted an article on Medium with infographics that show that 73% of their revenue comes from iOS, while only 17% comes from Android.
  • Google Trust API Will Replace Your Passwords With A ‘Trust Score’
    In the wake of increasing security threats and password leaks, Google is working on Project Abacus that will introduce Trust API in Android devices. This API will calculate your Trust Score and use them to give you access to various services. This score will be calculated by using a variety of user patterns.
  • Monument Valley in Numbers: Year 2
  • And the winners of the Google Play Awards are…
  • Why are Chromebooks outselling Macs?
  • Fancy ChromiumOS, Ubuntu, And Android TV All-In-One System
    If you are looking for a mini PC that is capable of running ChromiumOS, Ubuntu LTS, and Android TV operating systems, you may be interested in a new mini desktop computer system that has been created by Dylan Callahan. The Fancy mini PC is a “handcrafted personal computer” that is now available to purchase price to $225 plus shipping and is powered by a Quad Core x86 2.0 Ghz processor supported by 4K AMD Radeon graphics that is supported by 4GB of DDR3 RAM.

Leftovers: OSS

  • Linksys Sees Value Open Source Market for WRT Wireless Routers
    The wireless router world remains safe for open source -- at least for users of certain Linksys Wi-Fi devices, which will still allow the installation of open source firmware like DD-WRT after new FCC rules take effect next week. Here's the back story: Last fall, the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) introduced new regulations that required device manufacturers to ensure "that third parties are not able to reprogram the device to operate outside the parameters for which the device was certified." Those rules go into effect June 2.
  • Keynote: How Enterprises are Leveraging Open Source Analytics Platforms
    In this Keynote, Luciano Resende, Architect, Spark Technology Center at IBM, will showcase Open source Analytic platforms. Luciano will also discuss how they are being leveraged by different organizations to upend their competition, as well as enable new use cases.
  • Verizon’s Open Source Network Points Way For Enterprises
  • An open source toolbox for pure mathematics
    The field of pure mathematics has always depended on computers to make tables, prove theorems and explore new theories. Today, computer aided experiments and the use of databases relying on computer calculations are part of the pure mathematician's standard toolbox. In fact, these tools have become so important that some areas of mathematics are now completely dependent on them.
  • Asa Dotzler: My New Role @ Mozilla
    After a couple of years working on Mozilla’s mobile operating system project, I’m coming back to Firefox! I’ll be doing some familiar things and some new things. My official title is Product Manager, Firefox Roadmap and Community. What that means, first and foremost, is that I’ll be returning as our storyteller, making sure that we’re communicating regularly about where Firefox is heading, and that we’re fully engaged with Firefox users, fans, and contributors.

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