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|Story||Qualcomm's Liat Ben-Zur: Open Source Collaboration Works||Roy Schestowitz||19/03/2014 - 5:18pm|
|Story||Recapping The Top Changes Of The Linux 3.14 Kernel||Rianne Schestowitz||19/03/2014 - 4:21pm|
|Story||Ministry of Communication adopts open source software strategy||Rianne Schestowitz||19/03/2014 - 4:14pm|
|Story||KDE Works On Input Redirection, Wayland Cursor Themes||Rianne Schestowitz||19/03/2014 - 12:15pm|
|Story||SDN, NFV, and open source: the operator’s view||Rianne Schestowitz||19/03/2014 - 12:09pm|
|Story||ownCloud @ Chemnitzer Linuxtage 2014||Rianne Schestowitz||19/03/2014 - 12:05pm|
|Story||Tux Takeover: GOG.com Adding Linux Games||Roy Schestowitz||19/03/2014 - 9:53am|
|Story||Ubuntu Gnome gets LTS status||Roy Schestowitz||19/03/2014 - 8:50am|
|Story||Enlightenment Foundation Libraries Application Round Up||Roy Schestowitz||19/03/2014 - 8:38am|
|Story||Java 8 Officially Released, Modularity Still a Concern||Roy Schestowitz||19/03/2014 - 8:34am|
This month's highlights include: Programming in C, Command and Conquer - Nano & Vim, Top 5 - Email Notifiers, and Using GIMP - Part 6 and Scan & Convert to PDF.
linux.com: Sometimes I get the feeling that I only know about 5% of what VLC can do. Everyone knows it's a dependable, free, cross-platform media player. But read through the release notes for the latest version, 0.9.2, and you will see a dizzying array of server, network streaming, and conversion functions, most of which I have never even touched -- and the new VLC exposes a lot more of that functionality.
blogs.techrepublic.com: One long-running controversy in the open source community has to do with device drivers and whether binary modules (proprietary code provided by device manufacturers, such as Nvidia) should be allowed within the Linux kernel.
linux.com: As November's national election looms in the United States, voters can expect increasing coverage of the hot-button issues through the mainstream media and campaign ads. On issues important to the open source and free software communities, however, information is harder to come by. Today we take a look at what the Democratic and Republican candidates say about questions close to the FOSS voter.
Here it is, the earth shaking, mind breaking, hip shaking est Linux distro ever. It will do "all dat" and more.
Want to know more about it? Knock on the big green emerald doors and ask to see the wizard.
heise-online.co.uk: On the Linux Kernel Mailing List (LKML), initial results of the developer conference are evident. Kernel hackers decided to integrate the Linux-staging development branch more fully into the main development branch.
jkontherun.com: Steve at UMPC Portal jumped on the Ubuntu Mobile image that was released earlier this week and first impressions show that it's a fine mobile computing environment.
softpedia.com: As you (probably) already know, the most awaited desktop environment of the year, GNOME 2.24 was released two days ago and... it brings a lot of interesting features. The development will not, happily for us GNOME enthusiasts, end here, as efforts for the next release have already begun.
opera.com: The first release candidate for 9.6 is just around the corner now, but there are still a couple of issues left to resolve. Now is the time to let us know about any regressions so we can fix them before the RCs
electronicsweekly.com: The promise of Linux that is robust enough to be used in telecoms networks has been a long time coming, but the fourth generation of specifications for Carrier Grade Linux is now becoming well-established.
computerworld.com: Should European governments favor open-source software when they hold tenders for public contracts? Economists and policy-makers appear to think so, but industry giants, including Microsoft Corp., argue that this would be discriminatory and are considering legal action to prevent this from happening.
theinquirer.net: RED HAT WILL announce its first high performance computing optimised distro, the Red Hat HPC on 7 October. The distro is a step forward from the current Red Hat Enterprise Linux for HPC Compute Nodes.
daniweb.com/blogs: Have you ever heard of or considered using Linux? Here are five reasons to give it a look for your desktop or server. This article gives you a look at the five biggest reasons why you should take a look at Linux for yourself or your business.
linux.com: On September 27, 1983, Richard M. Stallman announced his intention to found the GNU project in order to build a free operating system. Now, 25 years later, the Free Software Foundation is marking the anniversary of the announcement with a month-long celebration.
LONDON, September 25, 2008 – Canonical Ltd., the commercial sponsor of Ubuntu, is asking users of Ubuntu Server edition just exactly how they are using it and in what kind of organisations.
laserjock.wordpress: An issue with any metric is that you need to make very sure that you’re actually measuring/reporting what people think you are. 5-a-day stats are exactly that, stats on the 5-a-day participants, not Ubuntu as a whole. 5-a-day promotes quantity rather than quality.
linux.com: Devil-Linux might sound hellish for a Linux distribution, but this live CD offers many blessings for your server needs. Originally developed as a router/firewall distribution, Devil-Linux has expanded its functionality to include nearly every service that a server might offer. It can function as an LDAP server, a VPN server, an email or file server, and more.
royal.pingdom.com: This post is about the desktop operating systems that fly under the radar of most people. We are definitely not talking about Windows, Mac OS X or Linux, or even BSD or Solaris. There are much less mainstream options out there for the OS-curious.
Richard Stallman: The free software movement aims for a social change: to make all software free so that all software users are free and can be part of a community of cooperation. Every non-free program gives its developer unjust power over the users. Our goal is to put an end to that injustice.
raiden.net: In my quest to find the best possible Usenet news reader on Linux, especially one that can easily handle binaries posts, I've been scouring the web quite a bit and have found a few that might meet my needs. Pan Newsreader is one of those suggested to me.