XAMPP CeBIT Open Source 2011 - Project Presentation XAMPPJan 31, 2011
During CeBIT 2011 open source projects such as XAMPP, which enables a standard PC and MAC to become a full-featured web server, will have the opportunity to showcase what is currently in active development.more »
Cloud Expo Europe announces that Joan Miller, Director of Parliamentary ICT, was selected to keynote at the event.more »
This year the North American Fedora User and Developers Conference (FUDCon) will be held at Arizona State University in Tempe Arizona from January 29-31.more »
Earlier this month, Canonical, the commercial sponsor of Ubuntu, launched this year’s How Do You Ubuntu? server survey to gather information from Ubuntu server users. If you haven’t taken the survey yet, you have until Tuesday, February 1, 2011.more »
"Based on the results of our investigation so far, we do not believe that any Fedora packages or other Fedora contributor accounts were affected by thiscompromise," said Fedora project leader, Jared Smith in an email to the Fedora announce mailing list.more »
Today marks the one-year anniversary of opensource.com, a Red Hat community service that examines how open source principles can and are being applied outside of software development.more »
LinuxFest Northwest, which will be held in Bellingham, Washington from April 30 through May 1, is calling for exhibit and presentation proposals.more »
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