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In this roundup, we take a quick look at five open source options for desktop email, share a little bit about each, and try to provide you with some options you may want to try out yourself.
SUSE continues its long standing relationship with SAP
VIDEO: The Xen Project Advisory Board's chairman discusses how the open-source virtualization technology behind most public clouds is able to patch security issues before they become real problems.
LinuxInsider: Slackel offers a few advantages not usually found with the Slackware Linux lineup.
Enterprise Networking Planet: Yup - Linux (in the flavor of Android..) powered
We’re not breaking any news here, because Google Cloud Platform support for SPDY has been enabled for many years, and support for its successor (HTTP/2) was enabled earlier this year.
Freedom Penguin: Sometimes, a VM goes bonkers and you have to roll-back to a previous version of the VM; and sometimes VirtualBox's snapshots are useful for that.
Fedora Magazine: Spigot is an open-source Java project that lets users run their own Minecraft server and add plugins to extend the possibilities of their server.
The bugfixes are typically small but important