Seven leading Internet companies today announced formation of the Alliance for Open Media – an open-source project that will develop next-generation media formats, codecs and technologies in the public interest. The Alliance’s founding members are Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel Corporation, Microsoft, Mozilla and Netflix.
HowToForge: Almost every modern digital camera offers the ability of ‘on the fly’ panorama creation, but often you will find the result of this automated process not to meet expectations.
From: Linux Today
By Marius Nestor The Ubuntu Kernel Team at Canonical had their regular meeting on September 1, announcing the rebasing of Ubuntu 15.10’s development kernel packages, the master-next branch, on the recently released Linux 4.2 kernel.
By corbet The LWN.net Weekly Edition for September 3, 2015 is available.
Don Schenck is a Rackspace developer advocate, meaning he writes code, writes about code, speaks at conferences, teaches workshops, and helps customers. Prior to Rackspace, Don worked across a broad range of industries, from developing systems to reduce civilian casualties in military engagements to building software to control machines that cut and bend reinforcing steel.read more
By Amanda McPherson
The Linux Foundation is no stranger to the world of open source and free software — after all, we are the home of Linux, the world’s most successful free software project. Throughout the Foundation’s history, we have worked not only to promote open-source software, but to spread the collaborative DNA…
By firstname.lastname@example.org Philip Müller has announced the availability of a new release candidate for Manjaro Linux. The new test version, Manjaro Linux 15.09-rc1 “Xfce”, ships with a newer version of the Linux kernel, more options for running the Steam gaming portal and improvements to the Manjaro Settings Manager. “The Manjaro….