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Opera Has No Plans To Go Open Source: Interview

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muktware.com: Opera is one of those companies which is leading innovation in the Web Browser segment. Despite being one of the strongest proponents of Open Standards on the Web, Opera's own development model is proprietary. We approached Shwetank Dixit, Web Evangelist, Opera to understand.

Long, winding road led from caddyshack to boardroom

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Linux
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southcoasttoday.com: Matthew Szulik was all of 8 years old when his father drove him to the New Bedford Country Club and told him to walk to the clubhouse and "go to the man at the end and tell him you want to caddie."

Behind KDE with Patrick Spendrin

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KDE
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behindkde.org: Last week KDE 4.5.4 was released for Windows. It was a late Christmas present from the KDE on Windows team and we were immediately interested in learning more about the project.

Skolelinux interview: Arnt Ove Gregersen

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Linux
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people.skolelinux.org: Inspired by the round of interviews that Raphael Hertzog has started with people in the Debian project, I wanted to do the same with people in the Skolelinux project . First is the newly elected leader of the association FRISK that organizes the development of the Skolelinux distribution.

What is Upstart?

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linux-magazine.com: Originally created for use in Ubuntu, Upstart is suitable for deployment in all Linux distributions as an alternative to the System-V init.

Firefox, Linux and the future of the web

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Moz/FF

techradar.com: Tristan Nitot started working for Netscape in 1997, and was one of the first volunteers to work on the Mozilla project that rose out of Netscape's ashes.

People behind Debian: Mehdi Dogguy, release assistant

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Linux
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raphaelhertzog.com: Mehdi is a Debian developer for a bit more than a year, and he’s already part of the Debian Release Team. His story is quite typical in that he started there by trying to help while observing the team do its work.

Attachmate Acquisition: What does it mean for SUSE, openSUSE & open source?

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SUSE

opensuse.org: I had a chance to speak with Jeff Hawn, chairman and CEO of Attachmate Corporation about his views and intentions around SUSE and openSUSE. Jeff has commented that SUSE is an important brand and business that he wants to strengthen. What are his thoughts about the community and what does he see for SUSE and openSUSE?

Interview with Doudoulinux’s creator

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Linux
Interviews

linuxaria.com: Recently I discovered a new kind of Linux: DoudouLinux. It is not a new distribution, but a Debian is a tailor-made for children. Intrigued by the project, I asked Jean-Michel an interview.

interview with 0 A.D. Team

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Gaming
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