I love the GPL and see it as a defining factor in the success of Linux," Torvalds said.
"I expected shoring up the larger problem to take an extended and large effort, but I didn't expect it to be ongoing a year later," Drake said.
"My recommendation is that, systemd settings are easy and are just boolean expressions that most people will easily understand, that's why I created them and that's why I think they are more useful to more people than an SELinux policy," Poettering said during a keynote at the CoreOS Fest in Berlin. "There are probably only 50 people in the world that understand SELinux policies, but I really hope there are more than 50 people that understand systemd."
"When we push out the fixes, you better take advantage of it," Kroah-Hartman said. "If you are not using a stable, long-term kernel, your machine is insecure.
"We don't do encryption to hide things, we do encryption so we can choose what to share," Shuttleworth said. "That's a profound choice we should all be able to make."
Google's automatic spidering of the Web will catch some malicious sites, and by Google's own admission, there are sites in its index that will redirect users to locations that will attempt to install malware on their computers. Google also admits and warns that by way of Google.com (and the sites linked in its index), "Attackers on this site might try to trick you to download software or steal your information (for example passwords, messages, or credit card information)."
"Working closely with the community over many months, Red Hat engineers have been heavily involved in the process of analyzing and developing Samba patches for Badlock-associated issues," Josh Bressers, security strategist at Red Hat sad.
"OpenSSL now has a well-known and published approach for how it will appropriately inform all interested parties of security advisories," Emily Ratliff, senior director of infrastructure security at The Linux Foundation, told eWEEK. "Even trivial patches must follow the review process."
"The OpenStack client is a command line client that unifies access across all the main projects," Jonathan Bryce, executive director of the OpenStack Foundation, said.
So if an administrator wants to create a user, a block storage device or a virtual server, or attach to a network, all those functions are now enabled in the single tool that is the OpenStack client. The OpenStack client provides a standardized set of commands, whereas previously, each project had its own command line client, Bryce said. He added that the OpenStack client can be run locally or in the cloud, and can be configured to control multiple OpenStack clouds.
"The primary reason for discontinuing the feature is low usage," Nick Nguyen, vice president of Firefox Product at Mozilla said.
"We wanted to focus on the browsers that have made serious security improvements in the last year," Brian Gorenc, manager of Vulnerability Research at HPE said.
rkt will remain compatible with the Docker-specific image format, as well as its own native App Container Image (ACI). That means developers can build containers with Docker and run those containers with rkt. In addition, CoreOS will support the growing ecosystem of tools based around the ACI format.
"All we are given is possibilities -- to make ourselves one thing or another." -- Ortega y Gasset