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Freedom to Search

Free software may stem from a research mind-set, where shared results lead to a greater good. Free software has built this around various licenses such as GPL and BSD. The ideals behind free software have spread beyond software and can also be seen in other areas: documentation, game mods, illustrations, music - all types of content creation can be licensed in an open and free way.

One problem with all these licenses, as well as the plethora of closed and proprietary offerings makes it hard to find proper, open, material to start from when creating derived works. Here, creative commons enters the picture with CC Search. To quote the website, CC search is:

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xorg-server 1.16.1

xorg-server 1.16.1 is now available. A single fix since Monday's 1.16.0.901, to address an issue when building Xwayland from the tarball. Julien Cristau (2): xwayland: always include drm.xml in tarballs Bump to 1.16.1 git tag: xorg-server-1.16.1 Read more

Geary Email Client Receives Major Overhaul and New Features

Geary, a lightweight email program designed around conversations and built for the GNOME desktop by the Yorba software group, has reached version 0.8 and it comes with a ton of new features. Read more