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Tech Giants Boost Open Source Container Collaboration


CNCF's role is to foster developer and operator collaboration on common technologies for deploying cloud native applications and services, said Jim Zemlin, executive director at The Linux Foundation -- that is, applications or services that are container-packaged, dynamically scheduled and micro services-oriented. To ease the process, CNCF aims to drive alignment among technologies and platforms.
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Mangaka Is an Artful Blend of Simplicity and Style


Mangaka is a not-so-traditional Linux distro with a gorgeous look. After gaining some traction among fans of the manga and anime communities, Mangaka fell dormant in December 2009. Developer Animesoft International regrouped, and the latest Release Candidate version came out on June 20. The Mangaka Project -- the name means "love" in Japanese -- started out with the code name of "AngelOS."
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Re: When Google Stopped Doing Windows 2  handydan918   2010-06-07 14:26:56 
Re: The Day of the Linux Desktop: Q&A With Canonical Founder Mark Shuttleworth 2  Crabby   2010-06-05 08:19:19 
Re: Windows for Linux 3  elhannah   2010-06-04 09:59:20 
Re: Should Hacking Be Encouraged? 3  mee   2010-06-04 04:51:53 
Re: Tech Heavies Join Forces for Better Gadgetry Through Linux 2  mee   2010-06-04 04:44:12 
Re: Open Source Integration Challenges and Solutions 3  appleli   2010-06-01 22:57:09 
Re: XSane Brings Sanity to the Mad, Mad World of Linux Scanning 2  AgentRed   2010-05-19 08:00:41 
Re: Ubuntu Learns New Tricks, Forgets Some Old Ones With Lucid Lynx Upgrade 2  Indian-art   2010-05-14 11:40:12 
Re: Rhythmbox Knows the Words and the Tune 2  Keynone   2010-05-12 10:56:42 
Re: There's Something About Ubuntu 3  fluxboxxy   2010-05-10 09:17:45 
Re: Apple vs. Microsoft: Linux Bloggers Pick Their Poison 2  need2drinks   2010-05-06 09:47:52 
Re: PO'ed PS3 User Sues Sony for Nixing Linux 2  Runaway1956   2010-05-01 11:28:34 
Re: Gnome Commander Whips Files Into Shape 2  RSI   2010-04-28 09:17:42 
Re: GIMP Is No Lame Photo Tool 3  hairyfeet   2010-04-26 02:45:04 
Re: What Being Sexy Means for Linux 2  rhoderickj   2010-04-22 09:28:03 
Re: The Bank, the Linux User and the 9-Month Call for Help 4  the_Goat   2010-04-21 07:40:03 
Re: Why Open Source? 2  pogson   2010-04-16 12:01:15 
Re: Install Linux, Void Your Netbook's Warranty? 8  sam_albuquerque   2010-04-16 06:16:05 
Re: IBM and TurboHercules: The Patents, the Pledge and the Blogosphere Brawl 2  EddieWilson   2010-04-13 10:23:40 
Re: Hacks, Counter-Hacks and the Linux-Free PS3 3  sirnh1   2010-04-12 08:30:43 

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