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Developer Linux News for Feb 25, 2011

  • FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE Announcement (2011-02-25 22:03:13)
    FreeBSD: "The FreeBSD Release Engineering Team is pleased to announce the availability of FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE. This is the third release from the 8-STABLE branch which improves on the functionality of FreeBSD 8.1 and introduces some new features"

  • What are you doing on Friday? (2011-02-25 20:03:13)
    Zenoss blog: "What are you doing Friday? We're Building a Cloud with Cloud.com, Openstack, and Opscode"

  • Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.38 (Part 3) � Network drivers and infrastructure (2011-02-25 17:33:13)
    The H Open: "Kernel version 38 will offer a new meshing implementation, loads of new and improved LAN and Wi-Fi drivers, plus various minor changes that promise to improve the network subsystem's performance."

  • Intel's BIOS Implementation Test Suite, based on GRUB2 (2011-02-25 16:33:13)
    BIOSbits: "The Intel BIOS Implementation Test Suite (BITS) provides a bootable pre-OS environment for testing BIOSes and in particular their initialization of Intel processors, hardware, and technologies."

  • OpenSim used in project to help Asperger's kids (2011-02-25 15:03:13)
    IT Wire: "Researchers from Victoria University plan to aid kids with Asperger syndrome by helping them learn through interaction with professional programmers and designers."

  • Nokia and open source - A trial by fire (2011-02-25 14:33:13)
    The H Open: "Richard Hillesley has a look at Nokia's curious relationship with open source, finds out where it all went wrong and has a conversation with a survivor of its effects."

  • An Interview with Jane Silber (2011-02-25 05:03:13)
    Silver Fox's Space: "I'm Jane Silber, CEO of Canonical. I live in London and hold dual American/British citizenship. I spell like a Brit, speak like an American, and wave my hands about like an Italian."