Announcements

The Linux Foundation Announces Consumer Electronics Long Term Stable Kernel Initiative

Industry Support for Long Term Support Initiative (LTSI)

The Linux Foundation Announces Five New European Members

Europe-based software services companies commit to the advancement of Linux

PRAGUE {LinuxCon Europe}, October 26, 2011 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that five Europe-based companies are joining the organization: AboveIT, Comarch, CSR, Symbio and Tieto.

Yocto Project Introduces New Features

The Linux Foundation-hosted Yocto Project fosters growing community of embedded Linux developers, technologies and products

PRAGUE {LinuxCon Europe}, October 26, 2011 – The Yocto Project, a hosted project at The Linux Foundation, today announced the availability of Yocto Project Release 1.1, as well as a variety of one-year milestones for the project.

The Linux Foundation today also announced it will become the host for the Embedded GNU C Library (EGLIBC), further broadening and strengthening a common set of tools for embedded Linux development.

The Linux Foundation Announces New Members from Throughout Europe

Europe-based companies invet in protecting, promoting and advancing the Linux operating system

The Linux Foundation Announces First Ever Automotive Linux Summit, Call for Participation

Carmakers, Linux developers to collaborate face-to-face on advancing Linux in the auto industry

SAN FRANCISCO, October 10, 2011 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced the first ever Automotive Linux Summit. The event will take place November 28, 2011 at the Pacifico Yokohama in Yokohama, Japan.

Changes in Enterprise Computing Bring New Members to Linux Foundation

Eucalyptus Systems, Nebula and Virtual Bridges look to Linux to enable innovation in the new enterprise

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., October 5, 2011 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that three new members have joined the organization: Eucalyptus Systems, Nebula and Virtual Bridges.

LiMo Foundation and Linux Foundation Announce New Open Source Software Platform, Tizen™

New cross-device and cross-architecture platform will drive standards-based web applications

SPDX Workgroup Releases Software Package Data Exchange Standard to Widespread Industry Support

Standard format for communicating open source license and copyright information throughout supply chain ensures better, easier compliance

LINUXCON, Vancouver, B.C., August 17, 2011 – The SPDX workgroup, hosted by The Linux Foundation, today announced the release of version 1.0 of its Software Package Data Exchange (SPDX™) standard.

Widespread Industry Support for SPDX 1.0

Antelink
“SPDX gives us an easy way to get data about licenses in open source projects,” said Guillaume Rousseau, CEO, Antelink. “As a participant in the SPDX beta program, we have found the SPDX specification to be simple, straightforward and easy to work with. We’re very happy to support the SPDX efforts, and look forward to implementing SPDX 1.0 in our search engine of open source files!”

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