In this week’s version of our open supply information roundup, we cowl the rebirth of Linux Journal, Automotive Grade Linux infotainment techniques, and extra.
Linux Journal returns one month after ceasing publication
In December of 2016, Linux Journal writer Carlie Fairchild announced the web journal’s November version can be its final. That changed earlier this week because of an funding from the workforce behind Private Internet Access VPN.
“They aren’t merely rescuing this ship we were ready to scuttle; they’re making it seaworthy again and are committed to making it bigger and better than we were ever in a position to think about during our entirely self-funded past,” Fairchild writes.
Automotive Grade Linux heads to CES
Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), an open supply mission hosted at The Linux Foundation, plans to showcase its vehicle infotainment system on the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 9-12.
“AGL has gained a tremendous amount of traction this year as the leading open source automotive infotainment platform,” AGL government director Dan Cauchy mentioned. “This is clearly reflected by the number of participants that will be demonstrating AGL-based products and services at CES 2018 in the AGL Demo Showcase.”
Eelo: An open supply various to Android
Mandrake Linux founder Gael Duval announced a Google-free version of Android OS referred to as Eelo. Its intention, in line with Duval, is to free customers from the Google ecosystem.