Microsoft announced that its Secure Supply Chain Consumption Framework (S2C2F) has been adopted by the Linux Foundation’s Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) in a move to improve “supply chain security for everyone...
Linux 5.5development has been picking up in recent days following Christmas week and New Year's but now more upstream developers returning to their keyboards in order to get this next kernel update buttoned up for its debut around month's end. Learn about the fixes and improvements that users can expect when they update to Linux 5.5-rc5:
The GNU Linux-libre communityannouncedtoday the release and general availability of the GNU Linux-libre 5.4 kernel for those seeking 100% freedom for their personal computers.The GNU Linux-libre kernel promises 100% freedom for your personal computer by not providing any proprietary drivers, firmware, or other code that is not licensed under one of the many Open Source licenses. Learn more:
Linus Torvalds announced today the general availability of the Linux 5.4 kernel series, a major release that adds numerous new features, stronger security, and updated drivers for better hardware support. Learn more in an informative Softpedia News article:
Intel, Mozilla, Red Hat, and Fastly announced today the creation of the Bytecode Alliance, an open-source foundation that will work to make WebAssembly into a cross-platform runtime that can be used on native mobile, desktop, and server environments, and not just inside browsers. The Bytecode Alliance's main goal is to promote the use of security-hardened WebAssembly tools. Learn more in an interesting ZDNet article:
We agree with Asheesh Mehra of The Next Web that regulating the application of AI, not the technology itself, will keep the use of AI fair and ethical while still fostering innovation with AI. What is your opinion on this approach? Learn more: