Helm maintainers push Tiller overboard en route to 3.0.0

The Helm project’s maintainers have steered the Kubernetes package manager to its first stable v3.0 release - junking the Tiller feature along...

GitLab telescopes telemetry effort after users push back

GitLab has been forced to backtrack on the telemetry plan it unveiled earlier this month, after users declared they’d rather keep their...

What’s the Point? Travis CI’s build config validation, .NET Core on...

Travis CI has announced a beta of its new Build Config Validation feature. The CI vendor said the feature will validate and...

Build an app, but make it pretty – Android devs get...

The team behind Android app building library suite Jetpack has used Android Dev Summit to introduce developers to a preview of Jetpack...

openSUSE community votes on name change – but not to what….

The openSUSE project is in the midst of asking stakeholders to vote on a name change - though what the new name...

Qt 3D apparently is here to stay (and improve)

Users of Qt 3D might fear their favourite tool is set to disappear, now that Qt Quick 3D is on its way....

GitLab wants 1,000 Meltano users by Christmas, targets version control, collaboration

GitLab is banking on attracting 1,000 users per month for its Meltano platform by the end of this year, as it becomes...

Eclipse Foundation goes experimental as it revises 3rd party content handling

Last week, Wayne Beaton, director of open source projects at the Eclipse Foundation, took to his blog to disclose impending changes to...

GitLab says it will slurp more data from customers – but...

GitLab is ramping up the amount of data it collects on how customers are using its products, leaving it walking a fine...

Pivotal and Microsoft put Spring in Azure setup

Microsoft and Pivotal have unveiled Azure Spring Cloud, a service to simplify deployment of scalable Java applications on Redmond’s cloud.