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A Conversation with Chris Mason on BTRfs

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linux-foundation.org: If you run your data center on Linux you have likely heard of BTRfs, the next generation file system that was recently merged into the kernel. I recently sat down with Oracle developer Chris Mason to discuss the file system, how he corrupted Linus’ root filesystem with his first patch (and lived to tell about it).

An interview with Clem from Linux Mint

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tech-no-media.com: A few days ago I reviewed what is in my opinion the easiest Linux distribution for Windows switchers: Linux Mint 7.0 Today he was kind enough to grant me an email interview as a follow up to my review.

Open source, digital textbooks coming to California schools

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arstechnica.com: The cash-strapped Golden State has decided that, starting next school year, schools will be able to use open source, digital textbooks for a number of math and science subjects.

Fedora 11 and Ext4: The Straight Bits

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jaboutboul.blogspot: Fedora 11, when released tomorrow, will be the first distribution to boast the inclusion of ext4, the latest incarnation in the extended file system family, as default. Join me for an interview with Eric Sandeen, renown file system hacker.

Fedora 11: Raise thy Mighty... Finger?

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jaboutboul.blogspot: Authentication is an aspect of computing which many take for granted. What's all the fuss? In the following Q&A session with Bastien Nocera, long time Fedora Contributor and Desktop Renaissance Man.

Behind the scenes on SourceForge's acquisition of Ohloh

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news.cnet.com: When did the deal take shape, and how did it come about? To get answers, I asked Jon Sobel, group president of media at SourceForge, to provide some details.

KOffice on version 2.0, extensions, and being like Firefox

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computerworld.com.au: The idea of an application that supports third-party extensions and add-ons users can download and install in one click may be more applicable to Web browsers than office suites, but the developers at the open source KOffice project have developed such an architecture where all components are modular.

Fedora 11: Virtual(ization) Reality

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jaboutboul.blogspot: In an interview with Daniel P. Berrange, Red Hat Virt Team Engineer and Fedora Virtualization guru, we talk about the many key upgrades to virt technology in F11.

A Few Questions For David Nusinow DD

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debian.net: I tried out Linux and found that it was a lot of fun, if totally different from anything I'd ever imagined. After about a month on Mandrake I got sick of feeling contrained by it and installed Slink and quickly updated to the brand new Potato.

Ex-Microsoftie: Free Software Will Kill Redmond

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cio.com: Keith Curtis, author and former Microsoft programmer, makes no bones about his view that open source puts the software giant's wares to shame.

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