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R, Go & Other New Benchmarks Added

For those relying upon the Phoronix Test Suite for your open-source, automated benchmark needs on Linux, BSD, Solaris, and other operating systems, a number of new test profiles were recently made available.

3 February 2016 - New Benchmarks - 2 Comments
Hyperion Confirms Leak Of AmigaOS 3.1 Source Code

Hyperion Entertainment confirmed that at the end of December the source code to AmigaOS 3.1 was leaked, which is now causing problems for the company continuing to develop this proprietary operating system.

5 January 2016 - AmigaOS 3.1 Leak - 46 Comments
Git 2.7 Released

Junio Hamano announced the release this afternoon of Git 2.7.0, the latest stable version of this extremely popular, open-source version control system.

4 January 2016 - Git 2.7 - Add A Comment
Webmin 1.780 Brings Let's Encrypt Support

Webmin, the open-source project offering web-based system/server administration on Linux and an alternative to cPanel, is out with a new release after being a few months in development.

30 December 2015 - Webmin 1.780 - 4 Comments
Some Early Mockups Of The New OpenBenchmarking.org

Coming in Q1'2016 with the Phoronix Test Suite 6.2 release will be the long overdue overhaul of OpenBenchmarking.org with a brand new user-interface, restored search capabilities, and other new features.

26 December 2015 - OpenBenchmarking.org-2.0 - 5 Comments
The Open-Source Linux Letdowns of 2015

While this year there were many great achievements in the Linux/open-source space with a ton of new innovations, exciting free software project releases, and much more (I'll have a recap of the best of 2015 in the days ahead), there were sadly many things that didn't pan out or materialize this year. Here's a look at the open-source and Linux letdowns of 2015.

24 December 2015 - Open-Source Letdowns - 28 Comments

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