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  1. Linux Comes to Windows

    Run multiple Linux distributions in Windows 10.

  2. Docker Embraces Kubernetes

    Docker is now offering Kubernetes as an orchestration platform.

  3. Kubernetes 1.8 Announced

    The new release comes with two new features for better security.

  4. Final Ubuntu Desktop 17.10 Beta Arrives

    Ubuntu completes the cycle of life and goes back to letter A and Gnome.

  5. Linus Torvalds Invites Attackers to Join the Kernel Community

    He wants attackers to join the community instead of attacking the code.

  6. Oracle Donating Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation

    Oracle is recommending a new name for the Java Enterprise Edition platform.

  7. Reddit Closing Doors to Open Source

    The peanut gallery of the Internet is closing its open source repository.

  8. Largest Open Source Summit to Date Around the Corner

    LinuxCon is now Open Source Summit.

  9. Gnome is Celebrating it’s 20th Birthday

    More than 33 releases since the first release of Gnome.

  10. SQL Server Comes to RHEL; OpenShift Comes to Azure

    Microsoft and Red Hat expand their partnership.

  11. LibreOffice 5.4 Released

    Comes with improved support for Microsoft Office file formats.

  12. Red Hat to Drop Support for Btrfs

    The company is building their own storage solution called Stratis.

  13. Reinvent your network with DevOps tools and techniques:
  14. Kolab Now Integrates Collabora Online

    Kolab Now subscribers now have access to Collabora Online.

  15. Endless OS, a Distribution Without Internet

    A new version of Endless OS has been released.

  16. GitHub Announces Open Source Friday Program

    They encourage people to take time out and work on open source projects on Friday.

  17. System76 Announces Their Own Distro, Pop!_OS

    Pop!_OS is based on Ubuntu and uses the Gnome stack.

  18. Linus Torvalds Talks About His Motivation

    He never tires of working on the Linux kernel.

  19. Debian 9 Stretches Its Wings

    The new release of Debian has a very strong focus on security.

  20. Trojan Turns Raspberry Pi into a Cryptocurrency Mining Device

    Two trojans in the wild are targeting Linux machines.