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It is going to be very interesting to see what business models come up for private/hybrid clouds.

It seems to my risky to assume that they will look like the ones from public clouds or traditional infrasctructure/operations/OS services.

What do you think? Is there any innovative/interesting business model out there already for privatehybrid/ clouds?
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Very good article... and at the right time about why you should carefully choose where to host your code.
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+Agustin Benito Bethencourt The only thing you should put up on somebody else's server is the stuff you don't mind losing.
 
Virus in 2015....... stupid
 
Years ago we were hopeful that the German parliament would make the switch to an open source infrastructure. They didn't. They returned to Microsoft lock-in. And now the German parliament systems are infected with a Windows Trojan they cannot control or destroy. They admitted today they don't know what it's doing and went as far as declaring the internal systems cannot be considered safe and might be happily copying secret information somewhere. While at the same time it's trying to shed light on the NSA using the German secret service to spy on companies in europe and more. Well. This could have been avoided. But they ignored the alternatives. You get what you pay for. 
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Bitacora: impact mapping
Introduction This is the fourth of a series of articles about Bitacora. Please read the previous ones to get full context: The diary (aka bitácora): towards alignment in distributed environment. Bitacora: environment definition. Bitacora: personas   Why Imp...
  #agile #lean #impactmapping
Introduction This is the fourth of a series of articles about Bitacora. Please read the previous ones to get full context: The diary (aka bitácora): towards alignment in distributed environment. Bitacora: environment defini...
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Bitacora: personas
Introduction This is the third of a series of articles about Bitacora. Please read the previous ones to get full context: The diary (aka bitácora): towards alignment in distributed environment. Bitacora: environment definition. The environment description i...
Introduction This is the third of a series of articles about Bitacora. Please read the previous ones to get full context: The diary (aka bitácora): towards alignment in distributed environment. Bitacora: environment definit...
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Bitacora: environment definition
Introduction This is the second of a series of articles about Bitacora. Please read the first one to get full context. In order to understand the perfect implementation of a Bitacora we need to go down the road of a product definition. One of the first step...
  #agile #lean  
Introduction This is the second of a series of articles about Bitacora. Please read the first one to get full context. In order to understand the perfect implementation of a Bitacora we need to go down the road of a pro...
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#kubuntu is great and +Jonathan Riddell is great too. In the worst scenario, when great people working on great projects make mistakes, you still have to treat them as such.

It is still to be demonstrated though that we are in the worst scenario.

Open Source is a lot about trust. I trust Jonathan after knowing him for almost 10 years. It will take more than a council's resolution to turn that around.
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I still don't get what he did wrong. I've read the emails and he's being clear and direct, but I don't see any disrespect, just Riddell defending his position.

It seems the Council is hiding behind a non-existent infringement of their own respect guidelines It seems they are using their political correctness rules to shut someone up. How surprising.
 
Great tool for graphic designers and artists #krita #kde #opensource
 
Cubiertas de los libros de MundoDisco alemanes realizados con #Krita http://ow.ly/NfYyp
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Bien explicado
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Lo que pasaba con los programas de ordenador ahora ocurre con cualquier herramienta - http://kcy.me/23hl4
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Algunos productos de hardware se quedan obsoletos debido al software que llevan aparejado, pero los fabricantes ponen trabas para que los usuarios entren en sus productos con el fin de actualizarlosOcurre con un iPhone, pero también con un tractor. Para dotar de nueva vida al hardware la colaboración del fabricante es necesariaCómo fue el caso del jailbreak y Apple y qué piden ahora John Deere, BMW y otros fabricantes a la Oficina de Copyright en...
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This is the third of the series of articles that I am publishing to describe the design of Bitacora, a software application to improve alignment among distributed teams. #agile
Introduction This is the third of a series of articles about Bitacora. Please read the previous ones to get full context: The diary (aka bitácora): towards alignment in distributed environment. Bitacora: environment definit...
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Second of the series of articles in which I am describing Bitacora, an ideal tool to increase alignment in distributed environments.
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Introduction This is the second of a series of articles about Bitacora. Please read the first one to get full context. In order to understand the perfect implementation of a Bitacora we need to go down the road of a pro...
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The race has officially started
 
CentOS-7 alpha for AArch64 has been released. This is exciting news in the #ARMServers  ecosystem. They will be releasing an updated build using a Linux 4.1 kernel with ACPI within the next few days.

http://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos-announce/2015-May/021102.html
[CentOS-announce] Release of CentOS-7 (alpha candidate) for AArch64 platforms. Jim Perrin jperrin at centos.org. Mon May 11 16:02:43 UTC 2015. Previous message: [CentOS-announce] CEBA-2015:0953 CentOS 6 selinux-policy BugFix Update; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] ...
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