The words Linux (and all that it implies), stale/boring never go together.
Take a look at LinuxDevice’s excellent report on the LF’s (Linux Foundation) Collabaration Summit held last week in SF, USA.
A quick sampling to whet your appetite:
- Intel hands over the Moblin project to the LF
- KVM’s being pushed as the way to go within Linux virtualization
- The Kernel Summit / Panel discussion was energetic, techy and interesting-
- 2.6.29 kernel released two weeks back by LF
- Andrew Morton bags the first-ever “Unsung Hero” award!
- Intel and ATI will work towards greatly modernizing the kernel graphics stack
- Ted Ts’o talks about moving to Oracle’s Btrfs filesystem
- LF announces the winning entries to the “We’re Linux” 1-minute video contest.
Read about all this (and more!) here.