GitLab 10.0 Released

By ris GitLab 10.0 has been released. “With every monthly release of GitLab, we introduce new capabilities and improve our existing features. GitLab 10.0 is no exception and includes numerous new additions, such as the ability to automatically resolve outdated merge request discussions, improvements to subgroups, and an API for Wiki thanks to a contribution from our open source community.

From: LWN

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Announcing Intel Clear Containers 3.0

By ris The Clear Containers team at Intel has announced
the release
of Clear Containers 3.0. “Completely rewritten and refactored, Clear Containers 3.0 uses Go language instead of C and introduces many new components and features. The 3.0 release of Clear Containers brings better integration into the container ecosystem and an ability to leverage code used for namespace based containers.

From: LWN

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Facebook relicenses several projects

By corbet Facebook has announced
that the React, Jest, Flow, and Immutable.js projects will be moving to the
MIT license. This is, of course, a somewhat delayed reaction to the controversy over the “BSD+patent” license
previously applied to those projects. “This decision comes after
several weeks of disappointment and uncertainty for our community. Although
we still believe our BSD + Patents license provides some benefits to users
of our projects, we acknowledge that we failed to decisively convince this
community.

From: LWN

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