Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceVeteran Debian developer Bdale Garbee will give the third keynote at the Australian national Linux conference next year.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceThe inventor of the web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, will be the fourth keynote speaker at the 14th annual Australian national Linux conference, the organisers announced today.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceThe inventor of the Chumby, Dr Andrew "bunnie" Huang, has been named as the first of four keynote speakers at the Australian national Linux conference next year.
Addressing the LinuxCon attendees in his Wednesday keynote on "The Freedom to Collaborate," HP Open Source & Linux Chief Technologist Bdale Garbee announced the launch of a new HP-sponsored web portal for supporting non-commercial Linux distributions.
The Debian technical committee may end up in a stalemate when it votes on which init system should be the default for the next release of its community GNU/Linux distribution after Bdale Garbee and Keith Packard indicated they supported systemd.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceA total of 84 talks will be presented at next year's Australian national Linux conference in Canberra, with the organisers releasing the schedule yesterday.
On Monday, May 23rd, we'll start off with registration and breakfast from 7-10am to give you plenty of time to get settled and catch up with other people working on MeeGo Linux, before we start the keynote at 10am. Rather than having several small keynotes, we decided to have one big keynote with many participants.
All of the votes are in on the simplified ballot to choose the default init system for the Debian "jessie" release (on Linux). The Condorcet process left systemd and upstart tied with four votes each; committee chair Bdale Garbee has now used his casting vote in favor of systemd.