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Recognizing Excellence in OSS Community: Golden Egg Award Nominations Are Now Open!

Submitting a nomination is easy! Fill out the nomination form, providing details about the nominee’s contributions and why you believe they deserve the Golden Egg Award.
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AI Cyber Challenge (AIxCC) and the Needle Linux Kernel Vulnerability – Part 2

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The Linux Foundation and OpenSSF Release Report on the State of Education in Secure Software Development

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AI Cyber Challenge (AIxCC) and the Needle Linux Kernel Vulnerability – Part 1

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