This week in open source and Linux news, The Linux Foundation/OPNFV’s very own Heather Kirksey is recognized for her leadership as a finalist in Light Reading’s WiC awards, Ubuntu’s uncertainty grows, and more. Read on to say current in developing OSS stories!
1) The Linux Foundation/OPNFV’s Heather Kirksey is a finalist in Light Reading’s Women in Comms Leading Lights awards!
WiC Leading Lights: Meet the 2017 Finalists– Light Reading
2) Ubuntu’s week of surprising revelations and major shifts continues.
3) Keith Townsend makes a case for why you should follow Linux Foundation Projects PNDA, DPDK, and Open vSwitch.
4) Carol Wilson continues a knowledge share from last week’s Open Networking Summit in Santa Clara, CA
5 More Key Takeaways From ONS– Light Reading
5) A new project will allow users to run Android apps on top of current Linux Distros.
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