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Docker delays dead data delete, pushes on with pull purge

Container company Docker has announced a stay of execution on petabytes of dusty images cluttering up its Hub store, which were due to be deleted on 1 November.

We’re Loki trying to help log watchers: Grafana rolls out new system health tools...

Grafana Labs today rolled out two new tools to add to its metric visualisation suite of products during its first virtual ObservabilityCon.
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MCubed Online: Join us for one day of practical tips for real-world machine learning

There’s one thing that hasn’t been disrupted over recent months. Machine learning and AI continue to push their way into the mainstream, and are helping provide answers...

GitLab brings Jira support in 13.2 though admits there is ‘natural tension’ as it...

The headline feature in this release is the ability to assign issues to more than one "milestone" – GitLab jargon for a way of organising issues and merge requests into cohesive iterations. While this may seem a small change, it is significant...
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Rust 1.45.0 to deal with ‘longstanding unsoundness’

Developer darling Rust has hit version 1.45.0, replete with a fix for some long-standing "unsoundness" and stable support for Rocket.

Kudo(s) for Kubeflow: D2iQ preps machine learning platform for enterprise

D2iQ has emitted an enterprise-ready distribution of Kubeflow in the form of KUDO

JFrog sets sail on the K8s seas with ChartCenter

JFrog launches free central repository for public Helm charts
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Need a break? Continuous Lifecycle makes one-day appearance online

Working from home can be a bit lonely. So to mix things up a bit, give you a chance to chat, and answer your most pressing questions...

Tekton tops up Pipelines to beta level

Tekton Pipelines has shifted into beta, meaning the open source CD project is now looking for more contributors and testers. Tekton Pipeline is the...

Qt 5.15 has springtime slip, v6 on track for year end…

The next LTS release of Qt appears to have slipped a couple of weeks, according to the latest roadmap unfurled by the Qt company.