Announcements

The Linux Foundation’s Premier Event Brings Together World’s Brightest Minds in Open Source

The leading technologists, business executives, and community leaders driving open source development to meet at Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit

Linux Foundation Announces Keynote and Session Lineup for Storage and Filesystems Conference, Vault

Keynotes and sessions will examine the opportunities and challenges for the open source community in this growing industry

SAN FRANCISCO, February 11, 2016The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced the lineup of keynote speakers and educational sessions for Vault, taking place April 20-21, 2016 at the Marriott City Center in Raleigh, NC.

The Linux Foundation Appoints New Chief Technology Officer, Open Source Community Veterans to Executive Team

Chris Aniszczyk, Mark Hinkle and Nicko van Someren bring more than 50 years combined open source and technology experience to collaborative development efforts

The Linux Foundation Forms Open Source Effort to Advance IO Services

Industry leaders unite for Fast Data (FD.io) Project; aims to establish a high-performance IO services framework for dynamic computing environments

Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Project Announces 30 Founding Members and Code Proposals To Advance Blockchain Technology

Distributed Ledger Effort Establishes Open Technical Governance Structure, Receives Influx of Code Contribution Proposals

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 9, 2016 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today is announcing new members from across the industry, a formal open governance structure and technical updates to the new Hyperledger Project.

Linux Foundation Partners with Industry Leaders to Drive IoT, Cloud and Software Defined Networking Initiatives

Investments in open source development across industries underscore how software today is being built

SAN FRANCISCO – February 4, 2016 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today is announcing nearly 40 new members have joined the organization across its projects this year. These member investments signal a commitment to building technologies together to advance the world’s most critical computing infrastructure.

Linux Foundation to Bring Together Service Providers, Developers, Enterprises, Vendors and Open Source Projects at Premier Open Source Networking Event

Open Networking Summit offers attendees the best content and collaboration opportunities in the SDN and NFV space, covering the entire networking ecosystem

Linux Foundation Partners with Linux Academy to Provide Subscription-Based Training for SysAdmins

Current and aspiring Linux SysAdmins to benefit from expanded options for accessing variety of training opportunities

Linux Foundation Partners with Goodwill to Offer Free Training and Lucrative Career Opportunities to Underserved Communities

Hundreds of adult students from diverse backgrounds to receive free training and certification in Linux administration

Dronecode Project Advances Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Commercial Applications

Investments in project nearly triple in year one; Qualcomm ups its commitment; and three new working groups formed

 

SAN FRANCISCO – January 12, 2016 – Dronecode, the nonprofit organization developing a common, shared open source platform for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), today announced major milestones that include investments from 27 new member organizations and the formation of technical working groups to advance the Dronecode open source platform for UAVs.

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