Submitted by Philip Haas on Fri, 10/02/2017 - 12:25
Following FOSDEM in early February, the Config Management Camp was held in Gent, Belgium. 2017 being the 4th annual iteration of the Config Management Camp shows just how young this conference actually is. Despite that, it gave a good insight into configuration management and enabled participants to have personal interaction with the community. For the first time, credativ joined the rank of sponsors for the Config Management Camp on a gold level. Five of our employees went on site to represent credativ.
Submitted by Melissa Ames on Wed, 28/10/2015 - 11:45
The latest version of Linux Kernel has been released and is ready for download.
The prediction was that many of the updates would see minor changes, however, it turns out the fifth edition is the most reliable yet. The most prominent changes to the nucleus of the GNU/Linux operating system are the GPU updates and a fix for Nouveau. Improvements have also been made to many hardware architectures.
From a numerical stance, the latest version has seen changes to 64 files, with 465 insertions and 312 deletions.
Linux Kernel developer Greg KH, announced the release of the 4.2.5 Kernel and stated:
Submitted by Melissa Ames on Thu, 22/10/2015 - 09:35
Last week, we celebrated our 11th Birthday in the UK!
We have seen some amazing developments in Open Source for business over the last 11 years. With these, our team, experience and knowledge have all expanded. As a result, we are proud to be leading the way for implementing Open Source into businesses and staying on the front line of the Open Source community and its developments.
Submitted by Phillip Warwick on Fri, 09/10/2015 - 10:39
A quick one for the users. Now that Mozilla Thunderbird incorporates the Lightning plugin as standard, it's even easier to link up CalDav calendars to your mail client.
Firstly, in the Calendar view of Thunderbird, create a new Calendar. This will be the one linked to your CalDav Calendar. This will give you various options, like giving a nick-name to the calendar, and setting the colour of events synced to it.