As announced in the Drupal 6 extended support policy, 3 months after Drupal 8 comes out, Drupal 6 will be end-of-life (EOL).
This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: A tip of the hat to Fedora 23News: Cinnamon 2.8 comes to Linux Mint, a key Fedora KDE maintainer quits, Debian explores running X without root privileges and Red Hat signs deal with MicrosoftQuestions and answe…
Our next November monster is here | Solomon’s Store – Clan Citadel Boosters
Steam for Linux has been around for three years, and it completely changed the landscape, bringing a lot of games to Linux and signaling to the industry that this OS is ready to become a gaming platform.
The launch of Steam for Linux back in November 2012 has done much more than just convince a lot of developers to po…
= Minutes for Tuesday, November 3th, 2015, 20:00 UTC =
Next meeting date Tuesday, November 10th, 2015, 20:00 UTC
== Attending ==
* Jeff F. T.
The Joomla! Project is pleased to announce the availability of Joomla! CMS 3.5 Beta 1 . Community members are asked to download and install the package in order to provide quality assurance for the forthcoming 3.5 release.
We had a very busy month, with the new release of Ubuntu 15.10 and the OpenStack Summit in Tokyo. We are proud to announce that the OpenStack Foundation survey results show that Ubuntu runs 65% of large OpenStack clouds. Meanwhile, we are preparing for a new webinar, have a brand new Big Data eBook, updates […]
Chris Buechler has announced the release of a new version of pfSense, an operating system designed for use in firewalls. The new release, pfSense 2.2.5, arrives on the project’s 11th birthday and contains mostly bug fixes for previous versions. "pfSense software version 2.2.5 is now available. This release….
The Ubuntu Touch OTA-8 update continues to receive all kinds of new packages and fixes, and it looks like the developers have had a really busy week.
The new OTA-8 update is expected to land on November 18 if nothing out of the ordinary happens until then. The previous two release cycles have been pretty calm, but we now have some pretty important upgrades for Mir and Unity, not to mention upgrades for a number of the other important components.
This is also the first up…
A closer look at the high-level mobs coming throughout November | Podcast – Raptor’s Challenge
As many of you will be aware, Christian Hergert recently stepped down
The latest version of the openSUSE operating system is the first to combine community-developed software with professionally-developed source code from SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE). OpenSUSE 42.1 Leap is now available for download, and the developers call it the first “hybrid distribution” of the Linux-based operating system. What that means is from here on out SLE
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KDE will have an exhibit in the Expo at the upcoming LISA (Large Installation System Administration) Conference. The full conference takes place November 8 ‒ 13 in Washington D.C. The Expo is open on the 11th and 12th. There is no charge to attend the Expo.
Several members of the KDE Community will be in the booth—presenting various aspects of KDE; answering questions; demonstrating applications; recruiting contributors, users, companies and sponsors. All members of the KDE Community are welcome to visit, to jump in & represent KDE, or to just hang out with other KDE people. These small gatherings are especially good for local KDE aficionados who are not able to attend larger KDE Community events such as Akademy. Stop by and meet The World’s Happiest Person™.
This is also an opportunity for people who are interested in what the KDE Community is all about. Our governance, separation between development and administration, and strong mentoring programs make up the foundation for an effective international community that is resilient and innovative. Just in the past few years, KDE developers have built a new development platform (KDE Frameworks 5), a fully redesigned desktop environment (Plasma 5) and a modern look-and-feel (Breeze)—demonstrating KDE’s value to the broad technology industry.
The LISA conference has long served as the annual vendor-neutral meeting place for the wider system administration community. Recognizing the overlap and differences between traditional and modern IT operations and engineering, the highly-curated 6-day program offers training, workshops, invited talks, panels, paper presentations, and networking opportunities around 5 key topics: Systems Engineering, Security, Culture, DevOps, and Monitoring/Metrics. Don’t miss the opportunity to get involved with this essential technology sector and conference.
WordPress 4.4 Beta 3 is now available for download and testing. This is software still in development, so we don’t recommend that you run it on a production site. To get the beta, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding edge nightlies”). Or you can download the beta here (zip). For more of what’s new in version 4.4, check out […]
Welcome back for another installment of the systemd series. Throughout this series, we discuss ways to use systemd to understand and manage your system. This article focuses on how to convert legacy scripts you may have customized on your system. SysV init scripts… Continue Reading →
00:00 UTC 5th November – 23:59 UTC 9th November. Firemaking XP galore – and more!
Terry Fage has announced the release of a new version of the SME Server distribution. SME Server is intended for use on servers in small and medium businesses and is based on CentOS. The latest release, SME Server 8.2, provides users with an update to…
The November 2015 issue of the Joomla! Community Magazine is here! Our stories this month:
The Fedora team has launched a new version of their Red Hat sponsored Linux distribution. The new release, Fedora 23, is available in multiple editions, including Workstation, Server and Cloud as well as multiple community spins. The latest version of…