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|Story||10 Things We Want From A Perfect Android Smartwatch||Rianne Schestowitz||03/06/2014 - 7:58am|
|Story||Tegra K1, Samsung Multi-Platform, Other ARM'ing For Linux 3.16||Rianne Schestowitz||03/06/2014 - 7:03am|
|Story||Linux.conf.au Broke, Another Bug, and Mint 17 Released||Rianne Schestowitz||03/06/2014 - 6:53am|
|Story||Are Ubuntu Derivatives a Bad Idea?||Rianne Schestowitz||03/06/2014 - 6:26am|
|Story||Configurable IoT gateway runs Linux on Intel Quark||Rianne Schestowitz||03/06/2014 - 6:11am|
|Story||First ideas for a better GNOME browser||Rianne Schestowitz||2||03/06/2014 - 12:16am|
|Story||Linux 3.16 Supports ARM Suspend/Resume With ARM||Rianne Schestowitz||02/06/2014 - 10:48pm|
|Story||LibreOffice 4.2.5 RC1 Is Now Available for Testing||Rianne Schestowitz||02/06/2014 - 9:54pm|
|Story||Announcing Rapid Progress on Core Infrastructure Initiative||Rianne Schestowitz||02/06/2014 - 6:22pm|
|Story||South Korean govt open source forum to hear EU cases||Rianne Schestowitz||02/06/2014 - 6:10pm|
getshotwithlinux.zenerves: It seems that every time stuff kinda works, and in any possible, logical way I want to built upon it to improve/update/refine, the rest has to fail.
arstechnica.com: As the open-source image editor of choice, the feature list of GIMP 2.6 is very long, and despite its status as a free application, it's as feature-packed as any commercial application.
kabatology.com: For Windows Users: Apart the rhetoric that Linux is not Windows, how can one gradually get used to this different way of conceiving an operating system?
linuxloop.com: The new and much improved version of Ubuntu Brainstorm, Ubuntu’s site for receiving ideas from users and allowing other users to vote on those ideas, was launched today.
arstechnica.com: Nokia has announced plans to make the open source Qt toolkit available under GNU's Lesser General Public License (LGPL), alongside the existing GPL and commercial licensing options.
- Linus: Odd Hardware
- 3D graphics are 100% free software
- What’s next for OLPC?
- Why Pre is the right move for Palm
- Fun With Linux
- about:mozilla 01/13
- Gentopia has left the building
- X Input 2.0 Protocol Draft Specification
- Humanitarian FOSS Project
- The Outer Limits
- Can Microsoft Make Windows For a Small World?
- Is Linux really better than Windows 7?
- Windows 7 Anti-Competitive in Nature?
- The New York Times On Ubuntu: Half-Right
- The real (sort of) $100 laptop
- Interview: Dann Washko, The Linux Link Tech Show
- Conky now supports MOC player
- New Friends of GNOME
- Linux is the Engine Under the Hood of Instant On
- Portable Linux is now available
- Ubuntu Launchpad to go open source
- Where is all the open-source EDA software?
- Where’s Open Source At National Retail Federation Convention?
- Bridging the Server Divide
- Liferea: Rewrite/Redesign From Scratch
- An rsync primer
- Make Sudo Applications Beautiful
- How to reduce the icon size in Ubuntu 8.10
- Adding Grub After Ubuntu Installation
- Turn Thunderbird into a Full-Blown PIM with Lightning
- Diff Two Directories
- Regular Expressions in Python 3
- Linux tip: How to run multiple X sessions
- Discwrapper - Design CD/DVD covers and labels for your personal discs
- BleachBit - Cleans unnecessary files to free disk space and maintain privacy
- openSUSE 11.1 - The Workarounds
- Gentoo Cache Mirror using apache and php
- Understanding automatic blank Pages in Open Office
- Mail Merge in Openoffice.org: Everything You Need to Know
blog.linuxtoday: I've been using Linux since 1995, and while that doesn't quite elevate me to grizzled geekbeard status, it's long enough to have observed a whole lot of growth and changes. Most of them are good; but some of them are rather alarming.
dot.kde.org: The KDE community has made available two new releases of the KDE desktop and applications today. KDE 4.1.4 is the latest update for the KDE 4.1 series. KDE 4.2 RC is the release candidate of KDE 4.2.
blogs.the451group: As we have seen open source vendors trimming headcount just like many other companies in search of controlling costs and weathering the storm during recent months, community managers seem to be on the line among the layoffs.
Also: building a community around your F/OSS project
earthweb.com: Using free and open source software (FOSS), advocates like to say, is not a popularity contest. It's about doing what's right. However, the Debian and Ubuntu Popularity Contest projects might disagree.
ostatic.com/blog: French security company M2M Solution has developed a security gateway device called Homebox to monitor your home, office, vehicle, and even your pets while you're out.
techradar.com: Mozilla has announced a subtle but significant change to Firefox, tweaking the way tabs work on the browser.
linuxdevices.com: Cisco's Linksys division is shipping a networked home audio distribution system that runs Linux and uses 802.11n WiFi. The Cisco Wireless Home Audio system supports Internet radio and DLNA discovery, and includes a variety of receivers, speakers, players, iPOD docks, and a tablet-like touchscreen remote.
technologytales.com: I suppose that the calm is also a reflection of the fact that Ubuntu has matured but there is a sense that some changes may be on the horizon. For one thing, there are the opinions of a certain Mark Shuttleworth but the competition is progressing too.
news.softpedia: There are only two days left until the third Alpha version of the upcoming Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) will be available (for testing), and... we couldn't resist the temptation to take the current daily build for a test drive.
linuxnongeek.com: RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication (but also sometimes refers to Rich Site Summary or RDF Site Summary). It is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing web content. Here I compiled a list with the best (IMO) 10 RSS readers for Linux:
freesoftwaremagazine.com: I discovered recently the truth of the old saying that necessity is the mother of invention. Yes, I finally did it. I bricked my beloved EeePc. I had just installed the Smart package manager and a subsequent reboot saw me stuck in, well, an eternal boot loop.
computerworlduk.com: “Free software” or “open source”? It's a perennial question that has provoked a thousand flame wars. Normally, the factions supporting each label and its assocated theoretical baggage manage to work alongside each other for the collective good with only a minimal amount of friction. But occasionally, the sparks begin to fly.
linuxgeeksunited.blogspot: Linux as an Operating System, not just a specific distribution, but all of them. The collective. has been an institution in and of itself for several years now in the server world. Linux and FOSS server software together has developed a dominating presence in the business/server world.