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May Cheung
21st January 2022

Computing.co.uk asks “Is it time for open source to be treated as a public good?”

Open source is everywhere, including critical infrastructure. Should governments be playing more of a role in its governance? Open source software is widely regarded as...

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May Cheung
19th January 2022

Interview: The Beautiful Truth “Amanda Brock: My Life on Purpose”

We talk to Amanda Brock, CEO of OpenUK, a UK-based not-for-profit company which supports open source collaboration and open technologies. By The Beautiful Truth Published:...

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OpenUK
27th December 2021

JAXenter with “Predictions from Patrick McFadin, Amanda Brock, Donnie Berkholz, & Frank Reno: 2022 Outlook – Developer Experience, automation, & data”

What does 2022 hold for developer experience, automation, and data? We asked the experts about their new year predictions for the upcoming year. How will...

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Open UK
25th November 2021

Computer Weekly on “OpenUK widens open path to carbon-neutral future”

Computer Weekly recently reported on open source championing not-for-profit OpenUK puts forward plan to reduce the environmental impact of datacentres, with an emphasis on encouraging site...

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OpenUK
24th November 2021

Computer Weekly asks “Growing pains: Where next for Gaia-X?”

With one of its founding members preparing to exit the project because of concerns over the growing influence of non-European entities on its operations, questions...

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OpenUK
19th November 2021

The Register quotes OpenUK in “EU digital sovereignty project Gaia-X opens its summit with the departure of Scaleway”

French hosting outfit not keen on status quo, leaving to spend more time with its servers. French cloud hosting outfit Scaleway is to depart the...

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OpenUK
17th November 2021

Computer Weekly reports on “COP26: Lord Maude on using open source to help fight against climate change”

Public and private sector organisations need to pool their resources and collaborate to address the climate crisis by using open source technologies, urged Lord Maude...

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OpenUK
16th November 2021

The Register asks “Wondering what to do with those empty offices? How about a data centre?”

Going back to the future with smaller data centres and a Patchwork Kilt. British-based open source advocacy company OpenUK rounded off the COP26 summit by...

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OpenUK
12th November 2021

The Stack on “COP26: Picture a “Patchwork Kilt” of Edge data centres built on recycled, open hardware”

With a few notable exceptions, data centres are typically huge and sprawling warehouses; the great humming engines of a world for which compute and connectivity...

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Open UK
12th November 2021

Computer Weekly feature on “OpenUK debuts carbon-negative datacentre blueprint at COP26”

Open source championing not-for-profit OpenUK puts forward plan to reduce the environmental impact of datacentres, with an emphasis on encouraging site and hardware reuse. By...

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