"Brtfs is the new copy on write file system that is focused on
fault tolerance, repair, and administration. This file system
offers Linux something that other file systems lack: the ability to
scale to the level of larger enterprises.
"Version 1 of this file system should arrive in 2009, which
could mean that by the end of the year, distributions could be
shipping with a large-scale, enterprise-ready kernel. This is big
news for Linux because it will finally have the tools to overcome
the biggest hurdle for enterprise adoption.
"#5: OpenGL for the masses
This has been a long time coming. In 2008, NVidia released a
version of OpenGL 3.0 driver for FLOSS OpenGL. But Mesa didn't.
Mesa, however, is back and working on a 3.0-compatible release. I
am confident that other chip makers will follow suit. This will
bring OpenGL to the Linux community in both proprietary and free