Today, June 28, 2016, the GnuCash development team has released yet another maintenance release of their open-source and cross-platform GnuCash 2.6 accounting software.
GnuCash 2.6.13 is here as the most advanced version of the money manager applications that runs on GNU/Linux, Mac OS, and Microsoft Windows operating systems, and it arrives three months from the release of the GnuCash 2.6.12 maintenance update to fix a total of 22 issues reported or not by users during all this time.
Debian and Ubuntu developer Iain Lane writes today on one of the mailing lists of the Ubuntu Linux operating system about the fact that he's been working for the past few weeks on bringing GTK+ 3.20 support to Ubuntu.
According to Iain Lane, the latest GTK+ 3.20 GUI toolkit, which is usually shipped by default with the GNOME 3.20 desktop environment, is ready for upload on the Ubuntu software repositories, for Ubuntu Desktop, only that he doesn't mention for which Ubuntu version, so we can only guess that he's talking about Ubuntu 16.10.
John Willis is an IT operations veteran of more than 35 years, and he has been a leader in the DevOps movement from the beginning. He is a co-host of the DevOps Cafe podcast, co-author of the upcoming DevOps Handbook, and Evangelist at Docker. You can find him presenting about DevOps, most likely with a few Deming quotes, at numerous events around the world.
What is OpenStack? The answer from the community is "We are OpenStack!"
In preparing for an interview for the OpenStack Foundation's "Newton Design Series," I was reflecting on what I've learned over the past two and a half years participating in the OpenStack community, and contributing to the Trove project in particular. It really struck me how much OpenStack is about the community rather than any particular technology, and that our place in that community is based on what we contribute. Overall, it has been a great chance to get involved in a true open source community and contribute to making it even better. We often forget how significant this is, and fail to realize that both OpenStack and Trove are true community open source projects.
The ODPi, a Linux Foundation collaborative project building, has moved one step closer to building a better integrated big data ecosystem based on open source technology. This week, it announced that several major Hadoop distributors have adopted its runtime standard.