Sugar Labs, a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization, is a member project of the Software Freedom Conservancy. The mission of Sugar Labs is to support the Sugar community of users and developers and establish regional, autonomous “Sugar Labs” around the world to help learners “learn how to learn” by tailoring Sugar to local languages and curricula.
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SUSE®, a pioneer in open source software, provides reliable, interoperable Linux and cloud infrastructure solutions that give enterprises greater control and flexibility. More than 20 years of engineering excellence, exceptional service and an unrivaled partner ecosystem power the products and support that help our customers manage complexity, reduce cost and confidently deliver mission-critical services. The lasting relationships we build allow us to adapt and deliver the smarter innovation they need to succeed—today and tomorrow.
System76 is the premier provider of Ubuntu laptops, desktops and servers. Through world class hardware, software and support, System76 enables consumers, businesses, schools, and governments to easily transition to the world of open source software.
At Taos, we're changing the face of IT in some of the nation's most innovative companies with our diverse solutions, exceptional talent and thought leadership. Organizations and IT consultants alike turn to us for advice, insight and opportunities. The Company’s service offerings are organized around the four main stages of the IT lifecycle: Plan, Design, Build, and Run.
At Disney, we‘re storytellers. We make the impossible, possible. We do this through utilizing and developing cutting-edge technology and pushing the envelope to bring stories to life through our movies, products, interactive games, parks and resorts, and media networks. As the global leader in high-quality family entertainment we deliver unparalleled creative content and experiences to audiences and guests around the world.
Started by Christopher Waid, founder and CEO, ThinkPenguin.com, has a mission. To bring choice to the masses. We believe GNU/Linux is the easiest desktop operating system in history. What it has lacked is quality end-user support.
We offer a number of unique free software products and services to ease transitioning as well as the end-user support to back it up. We produce a software component which actively assists users in locating compatible services, software, and support.
The Tox Project exists to advance the state of secure communication of the individual through the development of the Tox core library and protocol, as well as its associated standards. The Tox Project serves as a support organization. We foster collaboration between/among Tox client and core developers, and provide (at no charge) build infrastructure, documentation infrastructure, binary/package distribution infrastructure, and an outlet for public relations to project-groups utilizing the Tox protocol.
Canonical's popular Ubuntu operating system continues to win followers around the world, and/Ubuntu User/, available in print and digital editions/, /is the first magazine written specifically for this rapidly growing audience. In addition to reviews, interviews, community news, HowTo articles, troubleshooting tips, and in-depth technical articles, /Ubuntu User/ includes a helpful Discovery Guide for readers who are new to the world of Ubuntu. A free DVD included with each issue of /Ubuntu User/ provides an easy way for users to upgrade to the latest version.