Brian May. You should recognize that name. He's the guitarist from Queen and an astrophysicist. While I'm not exactly sure what role he has played in the overall New Horizons mission, I at least enjoy the official Music Video / Song he made for it. Enjoy.
Cockpit has been in development for a few years now and it appears it is going to be default in the upcoming RHEL8 release. I've recently started using it for managing and accessing KVM virtual machines via the cockpit-machines package. I made a short screencast showing the basics. Enjoy.
I haven't done much reading on it so I haven't formed an opinion yet... about what I think about IBM buying Red Hat. Will it be good for IBM. Definitely. Will it be good for Red Hat? I hope so. IBM is well known for investing in Linux and FOSS technologies.
Anyone remember the various commercials they've run over the years? I remember one specific one from... I don't recall the year... but yeah, it is dated now. It shows a pre-teen boy. Years have passed. If they were to update the commercial, who should play that character? The commercial ends with "The Future is Open". Let's hope it still is.
Question: If IBM had bought Canonical instead of Red Hat, how would you feel knowing Ubuntu was going to be the Linux distro deployed for the vast majority of IBM's customers including those in the cloud? Kind of clarifies it now doesn't it?
UPDATE: Here's the Red Hat CEO's blog post on the subject:
A monumental day for open source and Red Hat
I haven't watched this yet but will ASAP. Who doesn't want to see what Linus has to say? This video is from the 2018 North American Open Source Summit. Enjoy!
It is Red Hat Summit time again and this video is from today. Since I'm a big systemd fan, of course I'd post this video.
Another keynote from the Open Source Summit... about start-ups... the rich and the poor. Notice... cuss words are used and realities exposed. Enjoy!
I haven't watched this yet, but I bet it is interesting. Enjoy!
More competition is good, right?
Andrea Limbago is interviewed by the CUBE at the Grace Hoper Celebration 2016 conference. She covers a number of interesting topics and I thought it was worth sharing. Enjoy!