Barix's OpenWrt-driven "Barionet 1000" is its first Barionet programmable I/O controller to run Linux, and the first to offer WiFi and USB connectivity.
I was just wondering how everyone here contributes to the GNU/Linux/FOSS ecosystem through donations, and in what way. I have limited funds, but I think I'm able to contribute a little bit this year via donations and am just looking for the best bang for my buck. :) I'll probably contribute to projects that are important to me, but in addition to that I wanted to get everyone else's thoughts. I'd appreciate some different ideas, some favorite projects.
Projects that are corporately sponsored, coders who are gainfully employed, or projects that have sufficient funds via regular crowdfunding campaigns are not as high of priority for me.
Are there "foundation" projects on which the rest of GNU/Linux is built where donating would make a big difference? Any important coders who don't get recognition, donations, or are having a hard time? Any favorite project of yours that could turn into something great with some recognition and monetary help? What's your Top 5?
Just wondering how everyone here donates to help out the people who make our lives better!submitted by /u/newhoa
Software-defined networking’s biggest accomplishment last year was achieving market traction and validation, says Martin Casado, a general partner at the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. But there are still many challenges ahead for the industry at large and the organizations that aim to drive SDN forward.
HowToForge: This article contains an analysis and solution for blocking of international SPAM botnets with on postfix mail servers by using a postfwd plugin which analyses the sasl connects by country.
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