This week in Linux and open source, Microsoft’s new CNCF membership represents the company’s ongoing love for open source, Adobe Flash is the subject of enthusiast rescue mission, and much more
1) Microsoft continues its Linux lovefest with new CNCF membership.
Microsoft Further Pledges Linux Loyalty by Joining Cloud Native Computing Foundation– Beta News
2) While Adobe is “mercy killing” Flash, enthusiasts are hoping for an open source lifeboat.
Adobe Flash Fans Want a Chance to Fix Its One Million Bugs Under an Open Source License– Gizmodo
3) A project intended to “develop open source technology and standards for “computational contracting” for the legal world that deploys blockchain technology” is getting ready for liftoff
Accord Project’s Consortium Launching First Legal ‘Smart Contracts’ With Hyperledger– Forbes
4) Version 60 of Google Chrome has been released for Linux and features security fixes, developer-related changes, and more
Google Chrome 60 Released for Linux, Mac, and Windows– Bleeping Computer
5) SambaCry doesn’t just favor Linux…
Creators Of SambaCry Linux Malware Also Have A Windows Backdoor Program– Forbes
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- New Open Source Contributor Report from Linux Foundation and Harvard Identifies Motivations and Opportunities for Improving Software Security - 12月 8, 2020