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  1. IBM Acquires Red Hat

    IBM is acquiring Red Hat, the most successful open source company.

  2. Fedora 29 and Ubuntu 18:10 Released

    New releases focus on boot time, new hardware, and modular design.

  3. Redis Labs Modules Forked

    New Commons Clause license rider causes Debian and Fedora developers to fork Redis Labs modules.

  4. Microsoft Offers its Patent Portfolio

    The company ends its long war; vows to protect Linux.

  5. Red Hat Reports $823 Million in Revenue for Second Quarter 2019

    Strong performance for cloud and container products leads to a 14% increase over last year.

  6. Debian, Ubuntu, and Other Distros are Leaving Users Vulnerable

    A security researcher says Linux vendors wait too long to patch the kernel.

  7. NextCloud 14 Arrives

    The new version adds two new security features for users.

  8. Linus Torvalds Takes a Break, Apologizes

    The creator of Linux is admitting his abusive behavior on LKML and plans to change.

  9. A New Business Model for Open Source Projects

    Storj offers a new program that enables open source projects to monetize from storage.

  10. Linux Mint Debian Edition 3 Released

    It’s Linux Mint without any Ubuntu base packages.

  11. Zorin OS 12.4 Released

    It’s an extremely popular distribution among Windows and macOS users.

  12. Debian Celebrates Its Birthday

    The great community Linux distro turns 25 years old.

  13. Chromebooks Support Debian Applications

    Containerized Debian environment is now available through the Chrome OS dev channel.

  14. Opera Embraces Snap for Linux

    Announcement may open doors for more mainstream applications to adopt Ubuntu's Snap package system.

  15. Canonical Fixes Boot Failure Issues in Ubuntu

    The regression that led to boot failures was introduced by a previous patch. 

  16. Weird Unofficial LibreOffice Version Shows Up in the Microsoft Store

    Unknown developer wants you to pay $2.99 for a free tool.

  17. Honey I Shrunk Ubuntu

    Canonical has released a new version of Ubuntu that’s 50% smaller than the standard Ubuntu Server.

  18. Linux Mint 19 Released

    New version comes with Timeshifting capabilities.

  19. Red Hat Adds GPLv3 Cure Clause to its Code-Base

    New provision will provide violators with a grace period to achieve license compliance.

  20. SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Released

    It’s a modular OS.