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Developer Linux News for Nov 23, 2010

  • Ubuntu to Become a Rolling Release (2010-11-23 23:32:43)
    OStatic: "Mark Shuttleworth recently told reporters that Ubuntu will likely be moving from its current six-month release schedule to daily updates."

  • Open Source and the Federal Budget Squeeze, Part 2 (2010-11-23 20:32:43)
    LinuxInsider: "But vendors often still don't match up with government procurement procedures or certified vendor lists. "Attaining government certification or listing is the perfect role for a commercial organization backing an open source project.""

  • Nvidia upgrades toolkit for GPU programming (2010-11-23 19:32:43)
    LinuxDevices: "Nvidia announced the availability of the production release of its CUDA (compute unified device architecture) Toolkit 3.2. This provides performance increases, new math libraries, and advanced cluster management features..."

  • Linux and graphics boot in under a second (2010-11-23 14:32:43)
    ElectronicsWeekly: "Renesas and MPC Data have demonstrated a Linux kernel and graphical application booting in less than one second."

  • PCLinuxOS to Get a 64-bit Version (2010-11-23 13:02:43)
    OStatic: "Bill "Texstar" Reynolds, founder and lead developer of PCLinuxOS, said in a blog post today that a new 64-bit version is in the works. Details are sketchy at present, but users have been asking for this for a long time."

  • Ubuntu Font Family Licensing FAQ (2010-11-23 00:02:43)
    font.ubuntu.com: "The Ubuntu Font Family is the first time that a libre typeface has been designed professionally and explicitly with the intent of developing a public and long-term community-based development process."