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socialretard.co.za: I’ve been using Ubuntu for a fairly long period of time. While the overall experience has been good, there have been a quite a few things that irritate me, and pretty much have convinced me that Linux is not ready for the average users desktop…. yet.
FlyBack is a tool similar to Apple's TimeMachine. It is intended to create snapshot-backups of selected directories or even your full hard drive. From the FlyBack project page: "FlyBack is a snapshot-based backup tool based on rsync.
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fnmueller.wordpress: I just want to drop a line about what I believe to be the future biggest problems of the Linux community: > people who believe they have a clue but don’t (and who will misguide people in the process).
blogs.tech-recipes.com: After seeing that seamonkey420 had taken the jump to Ubuntu, I decided to give it a try myself. Since I have been a Windows user forever, I made the commitment to utilize the OS for my day-to-day computing for at least a month.
kerneltrap.org: "The latest feature release GIT 1.5.4 is available at the usual places," began Git maintainer Junio Hamano. He continued, "it has been an unusually long cycle. 5 months since the last feature release 1.5.3 was really a bit too long. But I hope it was worth waiting for. Thanks everybody for working hard to improve it."
Also: Git is the next Unix
linuxdevices.com: At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), researchers are testing a Linux-based automotive telematics system intended to reduce traffic congestion.
j2fi.net: I’ve been using Ubuntu Linux for close to 4 months now and, I’ve got to tell ya, it’s not something I want to use full time anymore. I’ve compiled a list of 8 things that aggravate me the most, not all of which are the fault of the Ubuntu team.
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Inkscape is an open source vector graphics editor, similar to Illustrator or Xara. It uses the W3C standard Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file format. It's capable of creating objects with a variety of drawing, shape and text tools. You can edit previously created objects with scale, gradients, masks, and filtered effects.
tech.blorge.com: News Corp. and Yahoo have been mulling over a merger (of Yahoo and MySpace) since the middle of last year. But the deal back then had News Corp. selling off MySpace in exchange for 25% of Yahoo’s stock. Now the roles have been reversed.
matthewhelmke.net: Someone asked me this recently. I don't have just one answer. I compiled a list of things I thought of and emailed it to my friend...then I thought I would post it here for future reference.
francis.giannaros.org/blog: KGet, KDE’s download manager, was ok in KDE 3 but lacking in many areas. Enter KDE4’s KGet:
kdedevelopers.org: So, given that I'd be on a holiday next week, I thought it would've been a good idea to do an upgrade of my Debian install on my laptop, in the hope that it'd use less power. The good news was that it seemed like it did. The bad news was that all my battery-measuring tools wouldn't work at all anymore.
blog.nixternal.com: I wasn’t going to do this, you know jump in on all of the “Kubuntu is treated like a second class citizen by Canonical” posts, but I have had enough time to let off some steam, and even joke around a bit with it. So here is my take…
linux.com: In a recent iTWire article concerning Dell's inclusion of its re-worked Ubuntu 7.10 and LinDVD (a commercial Linux DVD player), comments ran the gamut from FOSS purity to legal questions to even questioning Dell's motives. Clearly the FOSS community is pulled in all directions trying to satisfy users. Is there any happy medium? Can the community balance the requests of purists and pragmatists and still release usable products?
linuxtechdaily.com: Sebastian Kuegler of KDE recently agreed to give an interview, the first in what I hope will be a series. His responses are well thought out and detailed. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
itwire.com: There were several shining examples at the Linux conference of people not letting disadvantage stand in the way of moving to free and open source software but none better than that of Jason White .
junauza.blogspot: Some of the best video editing software are quite expensive, like Adobe Premiere and Apple's Final Cut Pro. However, thanks to these valuable free/open-source video editing software applications, you don’t have to empty your wallet.
arstechnica.com: Ubuntu 8.04 alpha 4 was officially released today and is now available for testing. This alpha offers an early look at some of the features that will be included in the final 8.04 release, which is scheduled for April.
Also: Hardy Heron Alpha4: A Glimpse into the Future of Ubuntu