Fedora 14 alpha gets ROOT
Aug 24, 2010, 19:05 (0 Talkback[s])
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"From the 'Famous Physicist' files:
"The first alpha of Red Hat's Fedora 14 Linux is now avail, and
it sure has a very long list of new features. There are
improvements to security, performance and virtualization as well as
some interesting new analysis technology.
""Given that Fedora 14 is named after one of the giants of
modern theoretical physics, it seems appropriate that Laughlin sees
the introduction to Fedora of '''ROOT''', an object-oriented,
open-source platform for data acquisition, simulation and data
analysis developed by CERN," Fedora developer Dennis Gilmore