Centralised or federated censorship/filtering platforms (also known as "social [control] media" [sic]) aren't the way forward; we're therefore a little surprised that Linux Weekly News (LWN) bothers w ...
Summary: Watch this graph of Windows going down from around 99.5% to just 11.55% this month Share in other sites/networks: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and ...
António Campinos persists in attention-shifting dross and photo ops; none of that can change the verifiable facts about the ...
Summary: António Campinos is lying to his staff and losing his temper when challenged about it; Like Benoît Battistelli, who ‘fixed’ this job for his banker buddy (despite a clear lack of ...
When you’re taking massive 'gifts' from AMD (and also some from Microsoft) maybe it’s not surprising that editorial decisions ...
What became known as the so-called ‘Leenode’ is a cautionary tale, but maybe it is also a blessing in disguise because IRC as a whole seem to have become a lot more decentralised (as everything should ...
Jim Zemlin — like his wife — is bagging millions from Microsoft, but that’s clearly a conflict of interest for the Linux Foundation ...
Media shaming campaigns may have taken their toll on the founder of Linux, who is now bossed by someone who rejects Linux and ...