Welcome to this year's nineteenth issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include:
I guess tuxmachines.org has been sold for $1000. I know it's kinda low, but times have changed and the new owner plans to carry on the tuxmachines tradition.
distrowatch.com: Welcome to this year's 43rd issue of DistroWatch Weekly! Open source software comes in many different forms, representing various styles and ideals. This week we aim to celebrate the diversity of the open-source ecosystem by looking at projects and technologies that have a wide range of goals and varying target audiences. First up is a review of the PC-BSD operating system.
Well, I think I'm going to accept one of the two $1000 bids received, unless anyone else wants to bid...
tuaw.com: After yesterday's surprise announcement of the free upgrade to OS X Mavericks, some Twitter wags and industry pundits assumed that the free OS would be a danger to the continued existence of Linux.
techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen lists the 10 features that make Saucy Salamander a more polished Ubuntu distribution.
- Forced’s Successful Launch on PC, Linux and Mac
- Battle Worlds: Kronos initiates advance wars November 4
- Trilobyte Games Titles Now on Steam
- War for the Overworld now supports Linux
- Secrets of Rætikon flies to Indiegogo
- Sweeney and Carmack chime in on Steam Machines
- ‘Monaco’ Holloween update brings zombies, Blondes, and Linux
- The 7th Guest, 11th Hour bundle up for safety on Steam
- Here’s your October 24, 2013 Indie Game Bundle Update
- GamingOnLinux Reviews - Trine 2: Complete Story
- 7 Days To Die Taken Down From Steam
- Torvalds gives the thumbs up to SteamOS
- SteamOS could really help desktop Linux adoption, says Torvalds
techrepublic.com: Marco Fioretti explains the most common way to install from sources on Linux, using a compilation of AbiWord 3.0.0 as an example.
linux.com: Linux creator Linus Torvalds took the stage today at LinuxCon Europe in Edinburgh with Intel’s Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist Dirk Hohndel to discuss the present and future of Linux and answer questions from the community.