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Unfaithfully Yours: The Linux Version

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The dog days of summer may best be endured at a leisurely pace, but for those of us here in the sweltering Northern reaches of the Linux blogosphere, that simply hasn't been an option.

Far from being the lazy month many typically expect, July has brought not only a fiery debate over codes of conduct among kernel programmers but also the launch of Canonical's ambitious Ubuntu Edge crowdfunding campaign -- followed immediately by a massive hack attack on the Ubuntu forums.

'The Chutzpah Oscar of the Year'

Is there to be no rest for the weary -- and sweaty?

That'll be a big "no," Linux Girl is sorry to report. The good news, however, is that the air conditioning is on "high" and the tequila on "strong" down at the blogosphere's popular Broken Windows Lounge.

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