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IBT: Solution to counterfeit drug problem proposed at Hyperledger meeting

Accenture, a management consulting services company, proposed a blockchain initiative to help solve the $75 billion conterfeit drug problem at a Hyperledger Project meeting. More from the International Business Times

Electronic Frontier Foundation: Let's Encrypt issues 2 millionth certificate.

Less than two months after reaching the millionth certificate milestone, Let's Encrypt announces it has issued its 2 millionth. More from the Electronic Frontier Foundation

Read Write: Node.js' model is "the future of open source development"

Cate Lawrence of Read Write spoke with Node.js members at Collaboration Summit about the community, which she explains will "create a legacy that future communities will strive to follow."

Wired: Let's Encrypt is helping secure the Internet

Josh Aas, founder of the ISRG, tells Wired that Let's Encrypt is the third largest certificate authority in the world and making great strides in securing the Internet. 

ZDNet: Civil Infrastructure Project launches

The Linux Foundation launches CIP, an open-source framework to provide the foundation to deliver essential civil infrastructure services. Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols for ZDNet reports.

Bitcoin Magazine: New members and leadership for The Hyperledger Project

Bitcoin Magazine shares the news of the Hyperledger Project's new members and appointment of Blythe Masters as board chair. 

The VAR Guy: New Linux Foundation Partnerships to help diversity in/access to open source

The Linux Foundation announces new partnerships with diversity organizations at Collaboration Summit: Blacks in Technology & Kids on Computers education group. Read the rest from The VAR Guy

Datamation: Jim Zemlin advocates for a more inclusive open source

During his keynote at Collaboration Summit, Linux Foundation executive director Jim Zemlin stressed the importance of inclusivity in open source, saying "Open source needs a bigger tent." Sean Michael Kerner of Datamation shares more. 

ZDNet: The Linux Foundation partners with The TODO Group

The Linux Foundation announced a new partnership with The TODO Group at Collaboration Summit. As Stephen J. Vaughan Nichols writes for ZDNet, the collaboration will help "bring businesses up to speed with open source." 

InfoWorld: Several projects launched to development for R language

The Linux Foundation launches several projects to push development for math-and-stats R language. More on InfoWorld

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