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What does GNU mean to you? I'm looking for Linux and open source community members to share their thoughts on the upcoming 30th anniversary for a Linux.com article. Thanks much!
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Love this! Google Glass at the Houston Zoo gives a behind-the-scenes look at how zookeepers care for the animals. 
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It's encouraging to see that people skills are so highly valued for DevOps jobs. No. 1 skill was coding and scripting of course.
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We are considering some updates to Linux.com. Please take this 5-minute survey to tell us what features and resources are most important to you. Thanks!
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If you're an unpaid  Linux kernel developer, apply for free travel to the kernel summit in Edinburgh this year!
 
HOBBYIST WANTED!!!! 

 **  *Linux kernel hobbyist to attend Kernel Summit* **

As an experiment this year, the Linux Kernel Summit Program Committee would like to put out a call for hobbyists. This year, we have up to three places to give to people who do Linux Kernel development as a hobby rather than a profession (Our definition of "hobbyist" is anyone who doesn't get paid to work on Linux).  The Linux Kernel Summit will be held this year in Edinburgh from 23-25 October and, on the core day (the 24th of October), will primarily be concentrating on processes around kernel development.  Since most top kernel developers are not hobbyists these days, this is your opportunity to make up for what we're missing. As we recognize most hobbyists don't have the resources to attend conferences, we're offering (as part of the normal kernel summit  travel fund processes) travel reimbursement as part of being selected to attend.

To apply, please send a proposal outlining what you do, what you'd bring to the kernel summit and preferably what you think the current kernel processes should be doing to encourage more hobbyist contributions (or should not be doing because it discriminates against hobbyist contributions) to:

ksummit-2013-discuss@lists.linuxfoundation.org

Please add the prefix [HOBBYIST ATTEND] to the subject line so we can easily find them.

Descriptions of particularly cool hobbyist projects in the kernel which have been overlooked by the mainstream might also be good topics for discussion.  Since the Kernel Summit is only two months away, we're looking to have hobbyist proposals submitted by 24 August.  We know that this is a tight timetable and we apologize; this idea came up too late for us to provide better notice.  The current plan is to make the hobbyist slots a permanent part of the selection criteria, so things should be less rushed in the coming years.

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Hey developers, time to jump into IVI? "The demand for in-vehicle applications is a “substantial job generator with high-end pay.” cc: #Tizen  
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I can see a "Fixer" movement doing quite well here in Portland. Reduce, reuse, recycle applies to consumer electronics, too!

"Recently my kids were hankering for a laptop. So we pulled a five-year-old Dell from a closet... And you know what? It was shockingly easy. In three hours we had the laptop running perfectly. We even removed the syphilitic mess of Windows Vista and installed Ubuntu." 
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A new #opensource  tool for using Linux kernel cooling drivers like PowerClamp in small form factor devices.
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Web editor, writer, journalist, content strategist, interactive producer
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  • The Linux Foundation
    Digital Content Editor, 2012 - present
  • The Columbian
    Web Editor, 2010 - 2012
  • The Columbian
    Business Reporter, 2009 - 2010
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Digital Content Editor at The Linux Foundation.
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I'm a technology, business and science journalist and web editor with more than 10 years of experience reporting, writing and editing. I graduated from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2002 and have a B.S. in Biology from the University of Iowa. 
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  • Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
    Journalism, 2001 - 2002
  • The University of Iowa
    Biology, 1997 - 2001
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