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Google's BoringSSL Aspires to Be the Hassle-Free Version of OpenSSLview story

https://www.linux.com – Google is developing its own version of OpenSSL that will be especially relevant for its own platforms and applications.  If you mention OpenSSL to many people, the first thing that comes to mind is the notorious Heartbleed bug that surfaced in April and can possibly allow hackers to compromise encrypted systems and connections. But OpenSSL is actually one of the most influential open sou (Software)

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Second Version Of SUSE's kGraft Patches Publishedview story

https://www.linux.com – The second revision to SUSE's kGraft mechanism for live kernel patching of running systems is now available... The second revision to SUSE's kGraft mechanism for live kernel patching of running systems is now available... Read more at Phoronix (Software)

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Mozilla Puts a Development Environment Into the Browser with WebIDEview story

https://www.linux.com – Browsers have long contained development tools to help debug and diagnose problems when authoring Web content, but Mozilla is taking Firefox to the next level. Nightly builds of the browser now contain a development environment, WebIDE, for creating, testing, and deploying Firefox OS apps. (Software)

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Elementary OS Changes Its Codename from Isis to Freyaview story

https://www.linux.com – The upcoming elementary OS Isis has changed its name to Freya due to an unfortunate coincidence with the terrorist group that is now very active in the Middle East. The upcoming elementary OS Isis has changed its name to Freya due to an unfortunate coincidence with the terrorist group that is now very active in the Middle East. Read more at Softpedia. (Software)

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Clang Is Already Working On "Highly Experimental" C++1z Supportview story

https://www.linux.com – With LLVM developers already having lots of C++1y / C++14 support implemented, they have begun working on "highly experimental" support for C++1z -- the next major revision to the C++ programming language anticipated for release in 2017... With LLVM developers already having lots of C++1y / C++14 support implemented, they have begun working on "highly experimental" support for C++1z -- the next (Software)

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Opera 24 On Chromium Now Available For Linuxview story

https://www.linux.com – In early 2013 it was announced Opera would be switching to Google's Chromium Engine over its own internal web rendering engine it had been using up to that point. (Software)

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To Get Developer Adoption Today You Have To Build a Communityview story

https://www.linux.com – Michael Williams, BIRT Product Evangelist & Forums Manager at Actuate, outlines some key points to keep in mind for building your own open source community. Michael Williams, BIRT Product Evangelist & Forums Manager at Actuate, outlines some key points to keep in mind for building your own open source community. Read more at DevX (Software)

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Plasma Media Center 1.3 Availableview story

http://dot.kde.org – Plasma Media Center 1.2 was released as a Christmas gift. Now, we bring to you Plasma Media Center 1.3! As always, we have made sure to make it easier to enjoy your favorite videos, music and photos - both from your collection as well as online sources. (Software)

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People of KDE is backview story

http://dot.kde.org – As Michael Bohlender (known to some e.g. (Software)

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LXQt: prima release del progetto rilasciataview story

http://www.oneopensource.it – Quasi un anno fa i team di LXDE e di Razor-Qt decisero di unire le forze per la creazione di un desktop environment leggero basato sulle librerie Qt. Quindi dopo il merge dei progetti gli sviluppatori si sono messi all’opera per effettuare il porting di LXDE alle Qt. Cosi dopo 10 mesi di sviluppo è stata pubblicata la prima release di LXQt. (Software)

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digiKam 4.0 disponibile per il downloadview story

http://www.oneopensource.it – I developer del progetto digiKam sono felici di annunciare il rilascio della nuova stable release. digiKam 4.0 porta con se delle interessanti novità che migliorano l’esperienza utente. (Software)

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FSF condemns partnership between Mozilla and Adobe to support Digital Restrictions Managementview story

http://www.fsf.org – BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA — Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 — In response to Mozilla's announcement that it is reluctantly adopting DRM in its Firefox Web browser, Free Software Foundation executive director John Sullivan made the following statement: (Software)