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As Greg Kroah-hartman, the leading Linux kernel developer, put it, “If your operating system does not change, it is dead. It's that simple. If your device does not change based on the world it interacts with, it is dead. It's that simple.”
Windows 10 may adopt a rolling release model and that’s a good thing.
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Published in my blog the article written and published yesterday in the GENIVI planet. It explains the changes in the delivery model experienced by GDP, from a release centric to a rolling model.
The past few weeks the GDP delivery team together with some key contributors, has been working on a not very visible but still important change. The GDP project has put the basis to turn GDP release based delivery model to a ...
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A more flexible delivery model for GENIVI Development Platform explained.
The past few weeks the GDP delivery team together with some key contributors, have been working on a not very visible but still important change. The GDP project has created the basis for turning the GDP release based delivery model to a "rolling" one. My colleagues will provide in a coming post ...
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GDP is taking steps towards a rolling delivery model, moving away from the traditional release centric one, in order to attract developers who are interested in using newer software. #genivi #automotive
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We welcome any new board.... that comes with a maintainer :-)
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Hey +The KDE Community and +openSUSE community, join me in congratulating +KDEBlog for receiving the Open Award 2016 to the best FLOSS media/blog in Spain. Thank you +Baltasar Ortega for you commitment. There are FLOSS fighters. Then there are heroes like you. 
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Os presentamos a los cuatro ganadores Open Awards 2016 (la primera edición). Estos se anunciaron dentro del marco de OpenExpo 2016 el pasado 2 de junio.
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En 12 días, la UE decide sobre la neutralidad de la red. El BEREC (siglas en inglés de Cuerpo de Legisladores Europeos de Comunicaciones Electrónicas) ha lanzado un proyecto de protección de neutr
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Moving from a traditional product/release focused delivery model to a rolling model
The past few weeks the GDP delivery team together with some key contributors, has been working on a not very visible but still important change. The GDP project has put the basis to turn GDP release based delivery model to a " rolling " one. My colleagues w...
The past few weeks the GDP delivery team together with some key contributors, has been working on a not very visible but still important change. The GDP project has put the basis to turn GDP release based delivery model to a ...
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A more flexible delivery model for GENIVI Development Platform explained.
The past few weeks the GDP delivery team together with some key contributors, have been working on a not very visible but still important change. The GDP project has created the basis for turning the GDP release based delivery model to a "rolling" one. My colleagues will provide in a coming post ...
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be carefull pc gamers..... your computer has limits too.
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+Baltasar Ortega felicidades por el premio Open Awards 2016 al mejor FLOSS media en España por KDE Blog +KDE España +openSUSE Español Un honor recogerlo en tu nombre. Gracias heroe.
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Os presentamos a los cuatro ganadores Open Awards 2016 (la primera edición). Estos se anunciaron dentro del marco de OpenExpo 2016 el pasado 2 de junio.
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Yo puedo prometer y prometo que me ajusté al tiempo
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FLOSS consultant, manager and contributor. Currently working at Codethink.
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First weeks al Linaro and other things
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Blog about professional and personal topics related with Open Source, KDE, openSUSE, agile etc. This is a personal blog.

Bitacora: personas
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Introduction This is the third of a series of articles about Bitacora. Please read the previous ones to get full context: The diary (aka bit

Ideas to restructure Plasma content delivery system
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Last years at Gluon During the past few years at Gluon Project we chose to adopt OCS (Open Collaboration Services) protocol in our distribut

Team blog: more than just a blog.
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Motivations Creating high quality contents takes time. A lot of people write nowadays but very few are writers. In the software industry, mo

Los seis condenados tendrán que asumir la demolición del Mamotreto
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Ha quedado absuelta de todos los cargos la exconcejal de Urbanismo Luz Reverón.

openSUSE 2016: taking a picture of openSUSE today
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As some of you know, the openSUSE Team at SUSE is publishing a series of proposals to the openSUSE community in several key areas of the pro

Live From SUSECon: OpenSUSE's openQA Distro Tester is the Coolest, Plus ...
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The talented team at OpenSUSE demonstrate the coolest tech at SUSECon: openQA.

Summary about what the openSUSE Team @ SUSE is doing
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openSUSE 13.1 is about to be Released (Nov. 19th) and I would like to share what the team I am part of is doing. I joined SUSE in June 2012,

Two risks when working as employee in Free Software communities
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I would like to point two risks that I have experienced myself and as manager throughout the last few years working in open environments (Fr