ROSA is glad to announce version 2.0 of its environment for building and developing open software - ROSA Automatic Build Farm (ABF). The system got more than 100 different improvements which will help developers and maintainers to effectively control the whole life cycle of distributions (from creation of a source code to building ISO images).
ROSA is pleased to announce the second update pack for ROSA Marathon
2012 operating system with extended (5 years) period of technical
support. The pack includes the up-to-date (as of April, 2013)
LTS-versions of applications as well as critical security fixes and
updated kernel with extended hardware support.
Also, we have re-branded this update pack, which is now called ROSA
Enterprise Desktop X1. "Marathon" is kept as a short code name synonym
for the enterprise desktop product line.
ROSA company is glad to present a new version of its popular video player - ROSA Media Player 1.6. The new version has a complete YouTube support and allows users to perform search, view and save video clips to their machine directly from the video service. ROMP is distributed under the GPL 3+ license and available for free download.
Windows version: http://cdn.2safe.com/537953033047/rosa-media-player-vs2010-1.6-2.exe
For ROSA users, the new version of ROSA Media Player is already available in distribution repositories.
The sixth issue of "ROSA Planet" newsletter is out! In this bulletin, developers tell about technical tasks and problems they solve when working on ROSA projects.
The Linux Foundation consortium has announced an updated version (4.1.8) of the Linux Application Checker (AppChecker). The tool aimed to analyze compatibility of applications with different Linux distributions and check their compliance with the Linux Standard Base (LSB) specification.
New AppChecker can be downloaded from the following location: ftp://ftp.linuxfoundation.org/pub/lsb/bundles/beta/app-testkit/