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today's leftovers:

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  • Canonical and GNOME: the Atlantic chasm?
  • Profiling my home server power consumption
  • Nokia’s risks
  • An Ubuntu Wallpaper
  • Plymouth Manager- boot manager in Ubuntu
  • Manage Photos from Multiple digiKam Installations
  • Install Zorin Splash Screen Manager On Ubuntu 11.04
  • Firefox VP: Say Goodbye to Flash
  • Changing hostname on OpenSUSE
  • A New CPU, Power Monitoring Utility
  • Using Taskwarrior Instead Of Emacs+Org Mode For To-Do / Appointments
  • create a pop art effect in GIMP
  • Opensuse 11.4 arrives with another kernel and more drivers
  • Writing my own Package Manager (syn), Part III, Part II, Part I
  • Customise Ubuntu with GRUB
  • Backup permissions in linux
  • LAS s15e10 | openSUSE 11.4 Review

today's leftovers:

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  • Love flies under the radar
  • Updating packages on OpenSUSE via console
  • Install Faenza Icons for LibreOffice in Ubuntu Gnome
  • elementary OS Jupiter Beta 1 Released
  • Schooltool will be in Ubuntu Archives for 11.04
  • 3 Open source monitoring programs
  • PC problem or an OS that is defective?
  • How to get KDE version from console
  • Aircrack-ng: Wi-Fi Troubleshooting, Auditing and Cracking Made Easy
  • aria2 - all in one command line download tool

today's leftovers:

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  • On success and failure of Linux companies
  • Who should fix a broken Flash?
  • Canonical must change copyright policy
  • Cron: a busy Linux user’s best friend. (A basic introduction)
  • SXSW: It's all about sharing
  • Boot Portable Live USB Linux on Older Hardware
  • Sutor: Land mines for open source in mobile
  • Bodhi Linux Final Release Candidate Goes Live
  • Divergence IV " A New Hope" - A beautiful theme for Ubuntu
  • Bug #1 for 10.10
  • How to format a usb drive with FAT32 file system with Linux
  • How to use tin to read the openSUSE Forums
  • NL: 'Moving to open source would save government one to four billion'
  • Open Source Veteran Bdale Garbee Joins FreedomBox
  • Firefox 4: What You Need To Know
  • Linux Outlaws 195

today's leftovers:

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  • Battling Misconceptions: What is KDE?
  • Firefox bloke blasts Microsoft IE 9 hardware acceleration claims
  • April, 2011 – The Month The Desktop Changes
  • The Spiral tribe – marking the end of Debian’s unpredictable release schedule
  • DtO: You know you do this
  • Best Practices for Authoring Interoperable ODF Documents
  • Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Release Schedule
  • My Debian package maintainer pledge
  • Mark Shuttleworth: Internal competition is healthy, needs leadership
  • Government takes action on open technology
  • IE: Computer Service Board switches to open source software
  • Router-rooting malware pwns Linux-based network devices
  • New OOo Developer Snapshot
  • Integrating Software Center with Launchpad (Mockup)
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 393
  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 3 Episode 5

today's leftovers:

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  • New LMDE Theme based on Orta
  • Best of each world
  • Unity GNU/Linux Web Player In Development
  • Announcing the “sabayon-weekly” Entropy repository
  • Improving the Sulfur, Entropy experience
  • RMS at Sussex University
  • good news: GTK3, GNOME Shell/Unity, etc
  • Nautilus 3.0 Beta Screenshot
  • Free software isn't and shouldn't be free
  • How a “Welded-to KDE3.5 User” Began a Move to KDE4.4 Part IIII
  • What does it takes to be a good open source citizen?
  • Foresight Linux 2.5.0 Release Candidate Galore
  • Torcs-based driving simulator in Python
  • Who's Behind NVIDIA's 3D Vision Linux Work?
  • Panasonic Joins Linux Foundation
  • New Fedora Infrastructure Lead
  • Nokia Names Sebastian Nystroem as New Head of MeeGo Development
  • Linux Mint Working on New Logo
  • FLOSS Weekly 156: SELinux

today's leftovers:

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  • Flash 10.2 Found To Be Crashtastic
  • Adobe Flash Player 10.3 Linux Beta Released
  • Smooth Inset: The first theme for the new GNOME Shell
  • Future of Qt brighter after Digia buys licensing biz from Nokia
  • OpenDungeons: Huge Progress
  • Linux can be hacked with an USB device
  • Quit considered harmful? Canonical thinks so
  • 5 things to consider when evaluating open source
  • Five steps to open source license management heaven
  • Oracle's Java direction a 'worry' says Jaspersoft CEO
  • XO laptop is bridging digital divide in Africa
  • TORCS – Open 3D Racing Cars Simulator Game in Ubuntu
  • Schools, SMEs, the Cabinet Office and open source
  • Warner Bros. Launches Facebook Movie Rental Program
  • Death of the signing bonus: Open source recruitment works
  • Winter Wolves Games Woman’s Day 50% Off Coupon
  • Saab IQon and Linux: when Open Source isn’t Open, and your car isn’t really yours
  • Peppermint Ice Re-Spin is Now Available
  • Unity Bitesize Progress Report for March 8
  • Open Ballot: does free software need a figurehead?
  • On the influence of Debian and Derivatives

today's leftovers:

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  • Live.Code.Party. (openSUSE release parties)
  • The Beauty of a Gentoo installation
  • Attachmate acquisition stalls Novell's Q3
  • Of the community, not above the community
  • Linaro is attempting to make it easier to use Linux in embedded systems
  • National Archive releases open source digital records tool
  • LibreOffice 3.3 review
  • another update on upgrading from 2010.1 to cooker
  • Fingerprint Scanning System suits Windows or Linux systems
  • Security on a Shoestring Budget
  • Crowd-Sourcing System Requirements For Free Software
  • FSF announces new executive director
  • Ubuntu Gets Ported Over To The Motorola Xoom
  • Netbooks Again With Linux – ASUS
  • KDE Commit Digest for 27 February 2011
  • 3 (+ 2) Players in Open Source Enterprise Collaboration
  • OLPC Jamaica: One Laptop Per Teacher, Educator, and Child
  • UK: Opponents of open source criticise new procurement rules
  • Recommendations on Choosing the Best Linux Distro for You

some odds & ends:

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  • Denver Museum promotes Linux
  • Red Hat corporate timeline
  • openSUSE 11.4 Will Be First To Roll Out With LibreOffice
  • Inkscape plugin for engraving fonts
  • Microphone Volume Control Added To Sound Menu Of Ubuntu 11.04
  • Noobie Linux & BSD Tips | LAS | s15e09
  • Forbes Estimates M$ Down to 75% Share of PCs
  • Open source or proprietary: Killing creativity or enabling end-users
  • FreeBSD needs fresh Blood
  • Best Lightweight Linux Distro
  • Going Linux Mar 05: #131
  • Super Meat Boy Linux Confirmation

today's leftovers:

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  • KDE Hybrid Launcher for Task Manager Plasmoid
  • File Commander - 32 bit text mode file manager and shell
  • The Slur “Open Core”: Toward More Diligent Analysis
  • Looking For Linux Hardware In A Easy Shopping List
  • Submit Unity Feedback for Ubuntu 11.04
  • KDE Commit Digest for 20 February 2011
  • Linux Basement - Episode 68 - Chad Likes Belts

some shorts:

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  • Handrawn-style Buuf icon theme updates
  • Full Circle Python Special Edition #01
  • 0 A.D. Alpha 4 is about to land
  • Pastebin Plasma widget
  • Linux From Scratch 6.8 Released
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