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Exclusive Interview | Garrett D’Amore

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unixmen.com: During the week, Unixmen exclusively interviewed Illumos Founder, Garrett D’Amore. Garrett has worked for the likes of Sun Microsystems and Nexenta. Upon the announcement of Oracle closing development of OpenSolaris, he founded the Illumos project which would become a continuation of the OpenSolaris kernel.

Hacking the kernel: one man's tale

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itwire.com: Mel Gorman works with code. Nothing unusual in that, an overwhelming number of the people I interact with in the FOSS arena do just that. But Gorman is a little more involved than most.

Anne Nicolas: Mageia project is a viable and mature

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darkduck.com: DarkDuck's favourite distribution Mageia has just jumped into the version 3. Let's cut this story short. My today's guest is Anne Nicolas, the chairperson of Mageia.org association.

Debian Edu interview: Jonathan Carter

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skolelinux.org: There is a certain cross-over between the Debian Edu / Skolelinux project and the Edubuntu project, and for example the LTSP packages in Debian are a joint effort between the projects. One person with a foot in both camps is Jonathan Carter, which I am now happy to present to you.

Gentoo Creator Daniel Robbins: Making Linux Free and Flexible

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linuxinsider.com: Open source software is a passion for some and a business for others. Daniel Robbins became "Tuxified" early in his computing education and was driven by a need to make Linux better than he found it.

Young maker says Raspberry Pi is way to go

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  • Young maker says Raspberry Pi is way to go
  • Meeting Mr Firefox: Johnathan Nightingale
  • People Who Support Linux: Nick Schalles IT Specialist
  • They Make Mageia – the Sysadmin team
  • Tell people you use Linux

Debian Edu interview: Cédric Boutillier

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skolelinux.org: It has been a while since my last English Debian Edu and Skolelinux interview last November. But the developers and translators are still pulling along to get the Wheezy based release out the door, and this time I managed to get an interview from one of the French translators in the project, Cédric Boutillier.

Wanted: A Free Accounting Application for Non-Profits

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Software
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linux-magazine.com: Just because Bradley M. Kuhn is executive director of the Software Freedom Conservancy doesn’t mean he is exempt from grunt work. As one of only three permanent staff members, Kuhn is used to doing all sorts of unexpected tasks – including keeping the Conservancy’s books.

I wiped Windows and never looked back

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darkduck.com: This man usually sits in a different seat of the interview room. Many people in the Linux world recognise him as a person who interviewed a lot of high-profile Linux advocates, prophets and journalists. But let me now put him into the interviewee's seat and introduce the man to you. Please meet: Steven Ovadia.

How Mighty Mint became one of the most popular Linux distros

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techradar.com: Interview: We speak to the creator of Mighty Mint, Clem Lefebvre

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