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[#] Sat Oct 15 2016 22:49:31 EDT from rss

Subject: Useful Vim editor plugins for software developers - part 1

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An improved version of Vi, Vim is unarguably one of the most popular command line-based text editors in Linux. Besides being a feature-rich text editor, Vim is also used as an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) by software developers around the world. What makes Vim really powerful is the fact that it's functionality can be extended through plugins. And needless to say, there exist several Vim plugins that are aimed at enhancing users' programming experience.

[#] Sun Oct 16 2016 00:51:32 EDT from rss

Subject: Serious security: Three changes that could turn the tide on hackers

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The state of tech security is currently so dire that it feels like anything you have ever stored on a computer, or a company or government has ever stored about you, has already been hacked into by somebody.

[#] Sun Oct 16 2016 03:09:23 EDT from rss

Subject: 14 facts about Newton, OpenStacks 14th release

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Last week the OpenStack community celebrated its 14th release, Newton. Packed with new features, fixes, and improvements, Newton offers substantial upgrades in a number of areas. The official software project page includes more detailed information about the specific changes with individual components.

[#] Sun Oct 16 2016 05:26:38 EDT from rss

Subject: An Everyday Linux User Review Of Xubuntu

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Here is a review of Xubuntu 16.10 for the average computer user. The beauty of Xubuntu is that it changes by not really changing at all. There are subtle difference with each release but nothing over the top. It is also a great base for people who like to customise their desktop.

[#] Sun Oct 16 2016 07:28:37 EDT from rss

Subject: Lessons learned as an OpenStack Day organizer

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While the twice-a-year OpenStack Summit is undoubtedly the place to be for those interested in OpenStack, it can also be prohibitively expensive and time consuming for many people who would otherwise be interested in participating in the OpenStack community to more

[#] Sun Oct 16 2016 10:46:53 EDT from rss

Subject: Lightning Talks at All Things Open 2016

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Join the community for eight lightning talks you won't want to miss. Speakers have five minutes to enlighten the audience with a burst of information about an open source topic they are passionate about. We've got everything from DevOps to Raspberry Pi, blockchain to Kubernetes, and much more. Grab your lunch, find a seat in the main ballroom, and get ready for the fastest hour at All Things Open more

[#] Sun Oct 16 2016 13:04:07 EDT from rss

Subject: 10 Top Tools for Novelists

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The software featured in this article is designed to meet the specialised needs of a budding novelist. There's the finest open source distraction-free tools, software designed to create visual novels, and tools to help capture and visualise ideas.

[#] Sun Oct 16 2016 15:21:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 5 Penetration Testing Linux Distributions?

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There are a seemingly endless amount of Linux distros for just about every area of use. This includes pen testing, sometimes called hacking, distros. Some of you are undoubtedly familiar with, at least if you have spent any time looking around at all the distributions out there. ?

[#] Sun Oct 16 2016 18:09:07 EDT from rss

Subject: 4MParted 20 Disk Partitioning Live CD Enters Beta Stage, Based on GParted 0.26.1

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4MLinux developer Zbigniew Konojacki informs Softpedia about the release and immediate availability of the Beta pre-release version of the upcoming 4MParted 20.0 Live CD.

[#] Sun Oct 16 2016 20:11:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux & Open Source News Of The Week — Ubuntu 16.10, FreeBSD 11, Android 7.1, And More

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This week in Linux and open source news, we read about the release of Ubuntu 16.10 and FreeBSD 11. We also celebrated the 20th birthday of KDE Project and witnessed a new Cyanogen Modular OS. To know more, read our Linux & Open Source Weekly Roundup and stay updated!

[#] Sun Oct 16 2016 22:28:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Calamares 2.4.2 Universal Linux Installer Supports Disabling of LUKS UI Elements

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The development team behind the Calamares universal installer framework for GNU/Linux distributions announced the second update to the Calamares 2.4 stable series.

[#] Mon Oct 17 2016 01:16:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Dota 2 Radeon OpenGL vs. Vulkan Performance With Mesa Git, Linux 4.9-rc1

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Now that the RADV Radeon Vulkan driver has landed in Mesa Git and Linux 4.9-rc1 is out, I figured it was time for some fresh benchmarks of the Radeon Vulkan driver against the RadeonSI Gallium3D OpenGL driver. Here is the first of that new data.

[#] Mon Oct 17 2016 04:06:31 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Kernel 4.8.2 is released

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I'm announcing the release of the 4.8.2 kernel. All users of the 4.8 kernel series must upgrade.

[#] Mon Oct 17 2016 07:24:46 EDT from rss

Subject: Open data as a game

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Around the world something interesting is happening: Governments, and even a few private companies, are opening up huge stores of data they've been collecting over more

[#] Mon Oct 17 2016 08:41:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Bits of Google's dead Project Ara modular mobe live on in Linux 4.9

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Linus Torvalds teaches devs a lesson with early rc1 releaseGoogle may have killed off its modular smartphone Project Ara idea, but some of the code that would have made it happen looks like coming to the Linux Kernel.…

[#] Mon Oct 17 2016 09:57:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Meet Hubot: The DevOps chat bot

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Have you been told that your company is moving to a more DevOps development culture, but you have no idea what that really means? Hubot and ChatOps are tools that can help you understand more about DevOps and learn to use it in your organization. I'll summarize some clear steps and initiatives to do that.What is DevOps?First, let's define what I mean by DevOps. It can mean a lot of things depending on perspective, but what I call it is the process of getting multiple teams who are involved in the software process to talk to each more

[#] Mon Oct 17 2016 10:58:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Chromebooks: The smart person's guide

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This comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know about Google's Chromebooks and Chrome OS.

[#] Mon Oct 17 2016 12:14:30 EDT from rss

Subject: White House Open-Sources Bot Code

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The race to build bots, that is automated chat technology that responds to user queries, has gone all the way to President Obama's home, The White House. The White House announced on October 14 that it is now open-sourcing its bot code in a bid to help enable more open collaboration and communication.

[#] Mon Oct 17 2016 13:30:46 EDT from rss

Subject: How Building Strong Open Source Teams Is Like Raising Chickens

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Dr. Margaret Heffernan, in her LinuxCon North America keynote, tells an open source story that isn't about software. It's a story about chickens.

[#] Mon Oct 17 2016 14:47:00 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Foundation whacks open JavaScript projects umbrella

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JS Foundation: It's raining devs...A project fostering JavaScript’s panoply of projects has been established by the Linux Foundation.…

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