Tag / Filesystems

  • Open Source Wrap Up: August 22 – 28, 2015 New Open Source Map to Track US Government Projects As a part of the White House’s efforts to expand the federal government’s involvement in open source technology, the administration has released an open source tool that shows government projects on an interactive map. The source code is hosted on Github, and developers are invited to check out the code and get involved in it’s development. It has been released to the public domain in order to allow anyone to use, modify, and distribute it as they see fit. New Open Source Linux Filesystem A new open source Linux filesystem is now available to the general public. The Bcache File System (Bcachefs) is a Linux kernel block layer cache that aims at offering a faster and more advanced method of storing data on servers. It supports checksumming, compression, caching, and copy-on-write which […]

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