A new release is out for BlueZ, the Linux Bluetooth stack, with the developers continuing to work on the same theme of the past few months of adding Android features for BlueZ.
Qualcomm has forced GitHub to take down over 100 Git repositories over alleged copyright infringement.
The latest open-source security issues uncovered affect LZO and LZ4 and the issues run back years.
Blender 2.71 was released today for those using this flagship, open-source 3D modeling software.
Ivan Shapovalov is back on track with his Reiser4 file-system contributions.
The Ext2Fsd project that provides an EXT3/EXT4 file-system driver for Microsoft Windows operating systems was recently updated with Windows 8 support and other changes.
The Unicode 7.0 standard was announced yesterday and adds 2,834 characters.
Eric Anholt, one of the most prolific contributors to Intel's Mesa graphics driver stack in past years, has departed Intel to instead work for Broadcom.
Version 3.0 of the CMake build system is now available with various improvements over CMake 2.x.
Nearly a year and a half past the first public release of Docker, Docker 1.0 is now available.
Further fallout from the Heartbleed bug has occurred with another set of security vulnerabilities now being disclosed for OpenSSL.
It still is not really clear what happened to TrueCrypt with the official web-site still warning users against using the software; there's been no further confirmation whether it was a web-site hack, a back-door found in the software, government intervention, or other reason for shutting down the open-source project.
The Linux Foundation has some new updates this morning concerning their Core Infrastructure Initiative that basically came as a result of the widely published OpenSSL heartbleed bug to provide the OpenSSL project with better funding for development and auditing.
Version 2.0 of Git is now available.
The TrueCrypt open-source disk encryption software has been potentially compromised and users are now told to avoid the software.
Blender 2.71 will soon be released as the latest version of the open-source 3D animation/modeling software while out now is a test release.
Open-source developer Poul-Henning Kamp is pushing for the HTTP Working Group to toss out their current work on the HTTP 2.0 standard and to start over.
The beta release of LibreOffice 4.3 is available this week with many new features being under development for this popular open-source office suite.
For those that may have some extra time over the summer months that are looking to get involved with some new open-source work and are looking for something that's high-profile but often overlooked, Cairo would be a great project.
Junio Hamano has announced the fourth Git 2.0.0 release candidate with an expectation of shipping the final version quite soon with no more development releases planned.
After a year of development, xfsprogs 3.2.0 has been released as the latest version of the user-space program and other components for the XFS file-system. The big addition to xfsprogs 3.2.0 is supporting a new on-disk format.
Just yesterday I talked about Reiser4 being updated for Linux 3.14 and now supporting multiple transaction models. For the next Reiser4 patch release it looks like discard support will be added to the file-system.
The Entangle open-source application for tethered camera control and capturing is out with a major release.
SystemTap 2.5 is now available as the latest version of this open-source Linux software for being like DTrace in being able to dynamically trace and diagnose system issues.
It's been a long time since the last major release of the Inkscape open-source vector graphics editor software, but the 0.91 release (formerly known as Inkscape 0.49) is still brewing and will be a very exciting release with a ton of new functionality.
NGINX, the popular lightweight web-server alternative to Apache, is reaching some impressive milestones.
The lightweight NGINX web server has released its major version 1.6 update.
The Linux Foundation has announced a multi-million dollar Core Infrastructure Initiative to fund critical open-source projects. The first project receiving money from this pool is OpenSSL.
Audacious, an open-source audio player derived from XMMS that aims to be lightweight yet advanced, is out with a major release.
At the end of August in Chicago will be the Linux Foundation's LinuxCon and CloudOpen at the Sheraton Chicago.
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