techgage.com: Mandriva, one of Linux's oldest distributions, saw its latest release come out in late August, dubbed "2011". With it came a couple of major changes and a renewed focus, much to the chagrin of some fans.
- A Mageia Rant
- Mandriva 2011 "Hydrogen" indepth Overview/Review (video)
- Live Migration of Mandriva to Mageia
- Mandriva 2011 vs Mageia 1
- Mandriva 2011 Review | LAS | s18e05
linuxbsdos.com: Mandriva 2011, code name Hydrogen, is the latest desktop edition of the popular Linux distribution. Released August 28, 2011, it marks a new direction in the development of Mandriva desktop distributions.
mandrivachronicles.blogspot: Mandriva 2011 arrived and, in the humble opinion of this non-technical Linux user, "Hydrogen", as the release is called, presents a target/usability paradox. To explain the paradox, I have to go back in time.
- Mandriva 2011: Dusk or Dawn of Linux Legend?
- Mandriva 2011.0 First Look (video)
- Mandriva Linux 2011 - First Look (video)
dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot: It really is true. KDE in Mandriva 2011 "Hydrogen" is unlike anything you have ever seen before. Wow! There's a lot of stuff going on here, so I'll try to get through all the changes, which have all been designed with the help of the Russian ROSA Labs.
koryavov.net: As many people already know, Mandriva/ROSA Desktop 2011 has been released. Some interesting statistic information about this release:
- Five Good Reasons to Try Mandriva Linux 2011
- Mandriva Linux 2011 Screenshot Tour
- Mandriva 2011 arrives with Systemd
zdnet.co.uk: Well, "It's Been A Long Time Coming". If you're not old enough to remember Crosby, Stills & Nash singing that song at Woodstock, perhaps you are at least old enough to remember that this Mandriva release has been "in the works" for a very long time.
ostatic.com: In counting down the release to Mandriva 2011 Viacheslav "multik" Kaloshin, from ROSA Labs, has been blogging about a new significant changes in the works. So far they've been a bit ho-hum, but today he announced the 2011 official codename.
cristalinux.blogspot: I decided to download Mandriva 2011 RC2, the last of the release candidates, which with the exception of a few bug fixes, should not differ much from the latest official release. I must admit Mandriva 2011 pleasantly surprised me, showcasing a lot of refreshing ideas and quite an impressive amount of customization that is not usually found in KDE releases.
- Mandriva 2011 daily builds
- Mandriva Directory Server 2.4.1 now available
- Mandriva 2011 Almost Ready, RC2 Released
- Mandriva Desktop 2011 pre-release screenshots
ostatic.com: As we all know, Eugeni Dodonov is leaving Mandriva. During his time as Mandriva he wore several hats and one of which was in the trenches coding some of Mandriva's handiest tools. He has updated and placed them in a github directory for any distribution to use.
ostatic.com: Today the Mandriva Security Team sent out a message to users that versions 2010.1 and 2010.2 have reached the end of their desktop support.
mandriva.com: Dominique Loucougain will replace Arnaud Laprévote in the position of President of Executive Board (Directoire) for Mandriva France.
ostatic.com: Some say there isn't really a community, but it only takes a departure to prove them wrong. Today we say bye to Eugeni Dodonov, who is leaving Mandriva to pursue new adventures.
ostatic.com: Almost as if Eugeni Dodonov read my post last night, he answered earlier this evening that the ISOs are now on the mirrors. I had been looking forward to seeing the newer Mandriva, but in the end I'm afraid I was slightly disappointed.
ostatic.com: Eugeni Dodonov announced the release of Mandriva 2011 RC1 earlier, but I'm still waiting for it to hit mirrors. He did actually said it was "coming," so his announcement could be considered a big ole tease.
softpedia.com: Mandriva, through Eugeni Dodonov, announced today, June 1st, the immediate availability for testing of the third and last Beta version of the upcoming Mandriva 2011 Linux operating system. This unexpected release is here to make Mandriva 2011 a more stable OS.