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  1. Hillary Clinton apparently set up her own email server. Should you?Read the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | The Washington Post

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics releases its figures on employment for the month of February Friday morning, and economists will be watching closely for signs of any increase in wages. Bill McBride believes American workers will start seeing raises this year, pointing to the falling unemployment rate, the major announcements by Wal-Mart and other retailers who are moving beyond minimum wage, and strikes at refineries and ports.

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  2. Sanlam Extends Deal With Billionaire Motsepe for Another DecadeRead the original story

    14 min ago | The Washington Post

    Sanlam Ltd., the largest South Africa-based insurer, said it has extended its partnership with Ubuntu-Botho Investments, led by billionaire Patrice Motsepe, for another 10 years to ensure Sanlam has black shareholders. "Both parties will jointly explore and pursue opportunities of common interest while Sanlam will assist Ubuntu-Botho in its strategy to establish an independent financial services business," the Cape Town-based insurer said in its annual report, published on Thursday.

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  3. Red Hat zones in on Linux container marketRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Aurora Era-Banner

    ... and revolutionizing the PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) landscape," said Masahiko Iwata, GM of the Open Source Software Center at Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. "We believe that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host completes the picture by providing ...

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  4. 'Homebrew' email servers: Genius as well as sneaky?Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Erie Times News

    She's come a long way since 1997, when Clinton's staff bought the then-first lady a copy of the book "E-Mail for Dummies." Setting up your own email server is something only the geekiest of tech geeks do because of the serious hassles involved, including spending every waking hour fending off spam.

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  5. Rack-mount Raspberry Pi gets large colour displayRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Electronics Weekly

    Pi-Raq is an open-source 1U rack-mount Raspberry Pi computer with a 1,024x100pixel LCD occupying much of the front. The manufacturer is EarthLCD of California, which is using the design to promote its unique long thin LCD - the EarthLCD-10.4-1024100.

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  6. WhiteBikes gets start in Slovakia, dreams of a city near youRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Red Hat Magazine

    For the past few months I've been working on an open source software project aimed at improving life in a city called Bratislava in Slovakia. It's an Open Source Bike Share system that I, along with creator Michal Maly and a few others, have been developing for Bratislava's Cyklokuchyna .

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  7. In Praise of AnacondaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | LITA Blog

    Do you want to learn to code? Of course you do, why wouldn't you? Programming is fun, like solving a puzzle. It helps you think in a computational and pragmatic way about certain problems, allowing you to automate those problems away with a few lines of code.

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  8. Are You Looking for Secure Open-Source Messaging Options?Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | CMSWire

    ... 1,398 IT professionals. It revealed - not surprisingly - that the respondents perceptions of commercial open source software for messaging and collaboration are more positive than their perceptions of proprietary software. More surprisingly, though, ...

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  9. Cyanogen teams with Qualcomm, Thunderbird lives, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | Red Hat Magazine

    In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Cyanogen partnering with Qualcomm, Thunderbird's resurrection, GitLab buying Gitorius, and more! Earlier this year, Cyanogen , broke up with handset maker OnePlus. While many believed that this was a blow to Cyanogen OS, its parent recovered quite nicely by inking a deal with chip maker Qualcomm .

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  10. VMware sued for alleged GPL license infractionsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Techmeme

    VMware sued for alleged GPL license infractions - A Linux kernel developer is suing VMware in Germany, alleging the company has not complied with copyright terms for using open-source software. - Christoph Hellwig, who holds copyrights on portions of the Linux kernel

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  11. gFlex 0.9Read the original story

    7 hrs ago | Python

    These instructions are meant to take an user familiar with computers but new to Python through the basics of how to get gFlex to work. The Python scripting part towards the end should be pretty straightforward as well, insofar as information is provided on how to get and set the chosen values inside gFlex.

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  12. Following Is a Test ReleaseRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

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  13. Red Hat Releases Enterprise 7.1 and Atomic Host 7Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | OStatic

    Red Hat, Inc. today announced the releases of Red Hat Releases Enterprise 7 Atomic Host and Red Hat Releases Enterprise 7.1 update. The latest Enterprise 7.1 brings "improved development and deployment tools, enhanced interoperability and manageability, and additional security and performance features."

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  14. Red Hat releases Enterprise Linux 7.1Read the original story

    9 hrs ago | LXer Linux News

    Ready to be published? LXer is read by around 350,000 individuals each month, and is an excellent place for you to publish your ideas, thoughts, reviews, complaints, etc. Do you have something to say to the Linux community? Publish it here.

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  15. Checkink 0.0.1Read the original story

    10 hrs ago | Python

    Checkink is a python open source software that allow check the availability of services. It uses dashy as dashboard to show the status of the service.

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  16. Daily Roundup: Best of Mobile World Congress, 'Rock Band 4' and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Engadget

    Mobile World Congress wrapped up today and we share our picks for the best smartphones we found in Barcelona. In other news, Harmonix is getting the band back together with Rock Band 4 and a spinning chair might make virtual reality feel more real.

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  17. django-fobi 0.4.26Read the original story

    11 hrs ago | Python

    API allows you to build your own form elements and form handlers . Note, that Django 1.8 is not yet proclaimed to be flawlessly supported.

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  18. Bodhi Linux developers giving away Acer C720 ChromebookRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | ITworld

    In today's open source roundup: A donation to Bodhi Linux might get you an Acer C720 Chromebook. Plus: Why Zenwalk might be your next desktop distro, and rTorrent for Ubuntu Bodhi Linux is a popular desktop distribution for minimalists that depends on donations for its survival.

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  19. swiftsc 0.6.0Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | Python

    This tool is simple client library of OpenStack Swift. This tool is intended to be used in the module and Python script other.

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  20. Stress-NG - Tool to load and stress your Ubuntu systemRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | UbuntuGeek

    It was designed to exercise various physical subsystems of a computer as well as the various operating system kernel interfaces. Stress-ng features: almost 80 different stress tests over 50 CPU specific stress tests that exercise floating point, integer, bit manipulation and control flow over 20 virtual memory stress tests stress-ng was originally intended to make a machine work hard and trip hardware issues such as thermal overruns as well as operating system bugs that only occur when a system is being thrashed hard.

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