Entries Tagged with ‘xen.org’

As posted a few days ago on the official xen.org blog, a new Community Manager was selected. His name is Lars Kurth and he will start officially in January or February 2011. Lars was working for the Symbian community before, so he should be experienced in “managing” large and international communities. Welcome, and hopefully you […]

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Well, most of the blog readers of the official xen.org blog already knew it, but for many other people it will be a little surprise Stephen Spector just presented the official xen.org mascot: Xen.org Mascot Completed I simply love it, Brian J. Hall is really an excellent artist and this work is just awesome! I […]

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I was very happy when I received the news from Stephen Spector, Community Manager of Xen.org, that my suggestion for a Xen.org mascot was chosen by the Xen.org community. Back in 2008, Stephen was asking the community if they would like to have a mascot for Xen. Some suggestions were entered, sadly the shark and […]

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The community manager of Xen.org just announced the availablity of a new overview of the Xen.org history: http://www.xen.org/community/xenhistory.html It is very interesting for those who have been following Xen since it emerged in the world of virtualization. For me, the highlight of the history page are the old documents from 2005: http://www.xen.org/xensummit/xensummit_2005.html Some of those […]

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Today xen.org announced the availability of Xen 4.0. Many people thought that Xen was dead and would have no chance against the “mighty” KVM solution, but well, the facts talk another language. If you look a little bit closer you can see that a) most clouds are powered by Xen and b) the new features […]

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Stephen Spector, community manager of xen.org, recently started the Xen.org Mascot Contest Vote. The community now has the opportunity to vote for the new xen.org mascot. Weeks ago, xen.org blog readers were able to submit a mascot idea, afterwards an external artist drew the images. I must say that I am very impressed by his […]

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