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IT Management Linux News for May 27, 2010

  • Szulik to step down as Red Hat chairman (May 27, 2010, 18:34)
    Triangle Business Journal: "Matthew Szulik, chairman of Red Hat's board of directors, is stepping down in August after his term expires"

  • From Obsolete Servers to Private Cloud in 3 Easy Steps (May 27, 2010, 17:34)
    Serverwatch: "Our plan was to build a private cloud, for free, using open source operating systems and virtualization. Even with no money, we still had projects on the table that had to be done. We called our experiment, 'Nebulous,' named after the cloud. The end result was better than we had imagined."

  • Google? Facebook? Who Do You Trust? (May 27, 2010, 16:04)
    Datamation: "May 31 is "Quit Facebook Day." Some users are outraged over new privacy policies that made sharing all personal content the default. The company "rolled out a simplified version of its privacy controls today, a single page where users can set who sees what."

  • More about the App Store GPL Enforcement (May 27, 2010, 15:04) "Apple has removed GNU Go from the App Store, continuing their longstanding habit of preventing users from doing anything that Apple doesn't want them to do."

  • Canonical, Ubuntu: We're More Than Mark Shuttleworth (May 27, 2010, 13:04)
    The VAR Guy: "Amid heightened competition in the Linux market, Canonical — the promoter of Ubuntu Linux — is growing up and pushing beyond the massive shadow of founder Mark Shuttleworth"