This Week in Open Source News: Challenging the Microsoft Challengers, Fedora 25 Makes Linux Easy, & More

By December 2, 2016 August 22nd, 2017 Blog

This week in open source and Linux news, Steven J. Vaughan-NIchols challenges the critics of the new Linux Foundation-Microsoft membership news, Fedora 25 is easy for newbies to use, and more. Keep reading for all the latest top OSS news!

1) Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols challenges the Microsoft challengers.

Open Source Has Won, and Microsoft Has Surrendered– ComputerWorld

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Fedora 25

Fedora 25 makes Linux easy for n00bs. Read what else Alex Campbell has to say about the distro in his article for PCWorld.

2) “The Fedora community created one of the smoothest Linux Installation experiences ever [with Fedora 25.]”

Fedora 25 Makes Linux Easy Enough for Anyone to Try– PCWorld

3) “Let’s take a look at how wrong I was,” says Bryan Lunduke about his 2016 predictions from last year. 

2016 Linux Predictions: Which Ones Came True?– NetworkWorld

4) “The Node.js Foundation announced major milestones toward allowing the solution to work in a wide variety of VMs at the Linux Foundation’s Node.js Interactive conference this week.”

Notes from Node.js Interactive– SDTimes

5) OpenDaylight Project’s Neela Jacques investigates vendors’ practice of “openwashing.”

Are We in a Golden Age of Open Source or Just Openwashing?– NetworkWorld

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