Argonne National Lab just wrapped up a two-day event celebrating 30 years of parallel computing. The event hosted many of the visionaries at the lab and at other institutions who initiated and contributed to Argonne’s history of advancing parallel computing and computational science. Argonne National Laboratory seeks solutions to pressing national problems in science…
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30 Years of Parallel Computing at Argonne
Your cloud provider is great. Your cloud provider is cheap. Your cloud provider is out of business. Now what do you do? If your favorite consumer cloud service goes out of business or simply feels it’s time to end-of-life a particular application, it’s frustrating but life goes on. More often than not, you weren’t paying for the service, anyway. But for an enterprise, losing access to a preferred SaaS application can be devastating. Just ask Xeround’s customers.
GNOME 3.8.2 was released this morning and it serves as the last bug-fix release in the GNOME 3.8 series. All work now is being focused on GNOME 3.10…
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The Last GNOME 3.8 Point Release Has Been Made
In an effort to make Enlightenment E17 available through the openSUSE installer and DVD, the lightweight LXDE desktop environment may be pushed away…
OpenSUSE Considers Replacing LXDE With E17
Canaima GNU/Linux is a Debian-based desktop Linux distribution sponsored by the government of Venezuela and widely deployed in the country’s schools and public offices. Following the recent stable release of Debian GNU/Linux 7.0, the Canaima developers have launched a first development build of their distribution. Canaima 4.0 promises….
Development Release: Canaima GNU/Linux 4.0 Alpha 1