Google hopes competition within the mobile segment will help boost the local connected cars market…
KDE developers have been porting their Plasma 5 + KDE Frameworks 5 stack over to Wayland, but at this point it’s not nearly as mature as the GNOME Wayland support. As such, KDE developers have to fend off questions from time-to-time why they don’t “just integrate QtCompositor” or the Weston…
Following last week’s release of GNOME 3.16, the initial builds of the GNOME SDK Runtime are now available for those wishing to experiment with their new fully-sandboxed Linux app tech and other new app runtime abilities…
Daniel Vetter of Intel today sent in more code for DRM-Next that in turn will be merged for the Linux 4.1 kernel. It was also signaled that the initial hardware enablement of the graphics processor on Intel’s upcoming “Braxton” SoC might happen for this next version of the Linux kernel…
In my recent interview with Brent Turner, from the California Association of Voting Officials (CAVO), we heard about the public interest case for making voting machines open source. In this article, I further explore the unfortunate trend for vendors in this space to “openwash” their offerings; that is, to misrepresent proprietary products as if they were open source, with the intent of making them more appealing.read more
LinuxInsider: Cyanogen is in a great position to become the third leading mobile OS
From: Linux Today
KDE developers have been porting their Plasma 5 + KDE Frameworks 5 stack over to Wayland, but at this point it’s not nearly as mature as the GNOME Wayland support. As such, KDE developers have to fend off questions from time-to-time why they don’t “just integrate QtCompositor” or the Weston library for speeding up their efforts…
By Ken Starks The organization Reglue was presented the Free Software Foundation’s Award for Projects of Social Benefit during this years LibrePlanet gathering. Ken Starks founded his effort first as The HeliOS Project in 2005 and then morphed into the 501(C)(3) non profit Reglue in 2012. Starks isn’t in this for back-patting. He wants to make sure every kid, regardless of race or color has top notch Software at their disposal. Starks came to understand the need for good Text to Speech software when he became voiceless to cancer in January of 2015. Here is his effort to bring it to light over the greater Linux Community.
Audacity 2.1.0 replaces all previous versions.
From: Linux Today
Added to the latest LLVM Clang compiler code is driver support for Google’s Native Client SDK…