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3 Alternatives to the Adobe PDF Reader on Linux bit.ly/1vIjKJ5 via @jlwallen
Enterprise adoption of open source practices is on the rise bit.ly/1xpnD4p w/ @github @black_duck_sw
Schlaeger: Basic cloud infrastructure wasn't enough. Needed databases, analytics, app services, deployment, mgmt #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
More than 20% of Azure VMs run on Linux. No one goes it alone the way they once did. bit.ly/1vDZpV8 #MSCloud
Video: Linux kernel panel responds to developer's concerns about community culture bit.ly/1ul7VEd #linuxcon
Dronecode likely to include larger role for Linux in UAVs bit.ly/1uusxK2 w/ @Dronecodeprjct
Why did sysadmin Mattias Holm take the LF's Certified Engineer exam? His reasons - bit.ly/1sl1Tqn
Get an inside track on how to prepare for the Linux Certification. New exam prep guide available for free - bit.ly/1vxeJ4B #LFCert
Linus Torvalds' Best Quotes from #LinuxCon + #CloudOpen # ELC Europe 2014: bit.ly/1xSlGhc #lfelc
Video: Linux kernel panel responds to developer's concerns about community culture bit.ly/1ul7VEd #linuxcon
Excited to have announced the Dronecode Project this week. A new Collaborative Project utilizing drones in cool ways: bit.ly/1xK3hmP
If between today and Oct 31 we get 100+ cert exam registrations, we'll refund 10 at random. Register now at bit.ly/1BCoKBl #LFCert
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See the latest Linux kernel development discussion from #LinuxCon + #CloudOpen 2014 in Düsseldorf: youtu.be/XFog3086NQo
Why Open Source is Replacing Open Standards - bit.ly/1ruT4oG via @glynmoody
Linus Torvalds' Best Quotes from #LinuxCon + #CloudOpen # ELC Europe 2014: bit.ly/1xSlGhc #lfelc
Lawall: A tinyfication perspective for smaller devices could encourage people to clean up the kernel. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Likely: Barrier to how small of a device should run Linux is amount of time someone will spend to make it work. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Petkov: Another way to get involved in the kernel is to find and fix bugs rather than maintain white space. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Gleixner: We have fewer regressions b/c there are more tools in debug infrastructure and automated testing. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Likely: Key factor of our community is we’re good at finding solutions, but we aren’t ok with poor solutions. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Lawall: I’m impressed with supportiveness of kernel community and constructiveness, though some can be harsh. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Final keynote is the kernel developer panel with Thomas Gleixner, Grant Likely, Borislav Petkov, Frederic Weisbecker, & Julia Lawall.
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Torvalds: Boldest prediction I’ll make for Linux is I will probably release RC1 in about a week. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Torvalds: To become a kernel developer, you need to enjoy a certain amount of pain. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Torvalds: You don’t want to become the next Linus, you want to find something you’re passionate about and do it. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Torvalds: On the internet, no one can hear you being subtle. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Torvalds: We may have to go to a model with a few top lvl maintainers but I don’t think we've reached that point #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Torvalds: Being responsive is the most important thing any kernel developer can be. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Torvalds: The speed of development has not slowed down the last few years, with 10k+ patches each release. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Next is a presentation with @dhohndel and @Linus__Torvalds discussing Linux: Where We Are Going. pic.twitter.com/6ERikpldLY
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Kirch: Key for everything in enterprise computing is backward compatibility. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Kirch: Linux is very different, as on a fundamental level everyone is collaborating and working on innovation. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Kirch: Enterprise IT needs to adapt & innovate. Retrograde forces hold them back, but they need to move forward. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Kirch: Open source communities are really about three things: contribution/participation, freedom, and quality. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Rutkowska: Virtualization does reduce the interfaces and preserve compatibility with legacy apps & drivers #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Rutkowska: Monolithic means bloated, complex, difficult to understand and manage. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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Rutkowska: Monolithic systems are hard to secure, especially desktops. A monolithic kernel is bad for security. #LinuxCon #CloudOpen #lfelc
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First keynote of the day at #linuxcon + #CloudOpen + #lfelc is Joanna Rutkowska of Invisible Things Lab. pic.twitter.com/kdlY7G2tb5
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#LinuxCon + #CloudOpen + #lfelc final keynotes start soon. Follow @EventsLF on Twitter or watch the livestream at bit.ly/1xRogEe
Linux Foundation Announces 2014 Linux Training Scholarship Recipients: bit.ly/1sKyoP3
Jono Bacon:: Open Source is Where Society Innovates - bit.ly/1sMO4Bt #LinuxCon #CloudOpen
LinuxCon and #CloudOpen Europe Day One photo highlights: AWS, OpenMRS, Jim Zemlin: bit.ly/1xNF277