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today's leftovers:

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  • A Little Bit is A Lot Better
  • Learning lessons from Drupal
  • Redo- A simple backup restore
  • Download the Official Ubuntu TV Wallpaper
  • How to Dual Boot Asus Transformer With Ubuntu
  • Linux News From The Consumer Electronics Show 2012
  • Freezy Linux – A Retro Distro
  • Get Public External IP From Command Line
  • CentOS upgrade from 6.0 to 6.1
  • Learn more about the Free Software Foundation
  • A snapshot of Linux on the desktop
  • Canonical outs Ubuntu TV: Brave or stupid?
  • Sourceforge's Featured Projects Jan 9
  • Sync Files with bitpocket
  • Revamp Linux 12 Review
  • Major Linux Vs UNIX Kernel Differences
  • Good and quick kernel configuration creation
  • Great Collection of Small Utilities - Littleutils

some odds & ends:

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  • Unexpected requirements for creating a video DVD with Brasero
  • Eidete - A simple screencasting application
  • Where are the Firefox Channels Today?
  • 'Sintel The Game' Update
  • Second beta version of Debian Edu / Skolelinux based on Squeeze
  • System And Sound Settings To Be Redesigned For Ubuntu 12.04
  • Cinnamon Desktop Gets First Custom Theme

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  • Sprite Support For Wayland's Weston
  • San Francisco State University signs an MOU with OLPC
  • On Demand ssh-add
  • Using Screen Captures Of Xscreensaver Modules For Image Sources
  • An eye on simpleLinux GNU/Linux
  • Super short review: Minix 3
  • Cool little cheapo Linux device for 2012…
  • New iodoom3 Project will Improve Doom 3 Game Engine
  • active settings: modular, embeddable configuration
  • Before Dual Booting: What you Need to Know
  • Linux p-p-picks up power profiling for peripherals
  • Bufferbloat To Be Fought In Linux 3.3 With BQL
  • Geek Software of the Week: Dr. Bill’s Perfect Fedora 16 Build!
  • Linux Mint signs a partnership with Blue Systems
  • How To Install Dungeons Of Dredmor Mods
  • Here Comes the National Internet
  • Android Ice Cream Sandwich Theme For Gnome Shell
  • Why open source needs Simon Cowell
  • Hope GTK3 Theme Is Gorgeous, Supports Unity And Gnome Shell
  • Why the Fedora ISV SIG never caught fire
  • Drupal Business Summit PR

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  • 3.3.3 Of GNOME Shell, Mutter Try To Fix Things Up
  • When Open Source Doesn't Do It Anymore
  • Liferea Feed Reader Reviewed
  • Linux Format 154 On Sale Today - Learn to Hack!
  • HP Pavilion dm1-4010ez - Installing Linux Mint 12
  • NASA opens it Open-Source Code Doors
  • FLOSS Weekly 196
  • The Commodore 64 is 30 this year
  • Razer BlackWidow, Other Products On Linux?
  • Is ‘Ubuntu Concept Design’ a Unity Phone?
  • Linux Will Eat Oracle's Lunch in 2012, Says Analyst
  • $40 mp3 player with wifi, speaker, linux support
  • Drupal 2011 retrospective and 2012 predictions

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  • Is Linux finally ready for the desktop?
  • KDE and LightDM revisited
  • A Tail of UI Chains
  • Manage Your Podcasts Easier With The gPodder App
  • Developing Software Sucks. Time To Fix It.
  • Red Hat Q3 Earnings Preview
  • AMD Catalyst 2011 Driver Year In Review
  • Open Source, Free Software and Intellectual Property
  • Closing Arguments in the Novell v. Microsoft's Antitrust Trial
  • Novell: Microsoft mislead us
  • Pogoplug gains USB 3.0, SATA ports
  • FLOSS Weekly 194

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  • GNOME Shell face-lift extension
  • gTile – A tiling window extension for gnome shell
  • PandaBoard ES ... got it up and running openSUSE
  • 4 security features in Fedora 16
  • OS Wars in 2011
  • From beginner to Gentoo developer
  • Humble Indie Bundle Gets Love from Linux Users
  • Guake – Dropdown-Terminal for Gnome
  • What's next with hypervisors?
  • Transmission Remote GTK
  • OLPC To Start Pre-Pilot For Helicopter Drops In 3 Weeks
  • Red Hat To Provide Weather-Prediction For Pattern Energy
  • RSA recommends to turn off Selinux
  • Helsinki highly satisfied with Free Software

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  • Why Gnome3 sucks (for me)
  • Used Unity for over a month
  • Great Features of KDE Part IV - KIO
  • Enough of the doom already
  • Open Source: A GUI Minimalist Tries e17
  • GIMP 2.7.4 now available for testing
  • Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Features Unity Configuration Tool MyUnity
  • Why Firefox Isn't Doomed
  • Red Hat providing key open source solutions
  • ‘RadioTray’ Adds Minor New Features in Update
  • Unity3D Demo Already Working in Linux, Thanks to Native Client
  • Lariad a space adventure
  • openSUSE 12.1 Gnome 2 LiveCD is available
  • Why Red Hat Remains Hot
  • Red Hat forecasts double-digit growth in Latin America
  • Linux Outlaws 240 – You Wouldn't Steal a Baby!
  • Sound Card Troubleshooting | LAS | s19e09

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  • Predictions for 2012
  • Windows, Linux Big Server Sellers In Q3
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 27th November
  • Live USB Install Puts Linux On Your Thumb Drive With Ease
  • Me and Bash – The Bourne-Again SHell
  • Open Source Trust Abused
  • GNU Fdisk 2.0.0a1 released

today's leftovers:

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HowTos
  • My Paint 1.1.0 : A timely upgrade
  • Make it so, SCALE
  • Linux Format Issue 153: Wallpaper
  • Drupal, Cajun Style
  • How to remove mint custom search in firefox
  • digiKam in c’t Digital Photography
  • Useful Linux Network Commands
  • Is Linux being taken seriously?
  • Is Apache still good for open source?
  • Ubuntu Declines, Linux Mint Soars: DistroWatch Figures
  • Vector Linux x86_64 Coming Soon
  • Set the Disk IO Priority For a Process on Linux - ionice
  • The Role of FOSS Foundations
  • Quick Tip For Creating and Testing Database Backups
  • Install Marlin File Browser in Ubuntu 12.04/11.10
  • Testing The "Pretty Beefy" Btrfs Changes In Linux 3.2

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  • AMD's Paying For Some Open-Source OpenCL Love
  • Shutter 0.88 Screenshot Tool Released
  • Mandriva Introduces New Media Player
  • Should Tablets and Smartphones be Considered "PCs"?
  • Changing umask
  • Ensure High Availability with CentOS 6 Clustering
  • Dungeons of Dredmor and Introversion source code added to Bundle!
  • IT: Sicily to consider law promoting the use of open source
  • How to Modify the Path Variable in Linux/Unix
  • Fed up of re-opening your ssh sessions after suspend?
  • The Advantages of Using Linux
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KDE/Qt

  • Device Tailored Compositors with Qt Wayland at CLAAS E-Systems
    Have you heard about software in cars that run on embedded devices? Do you think that creating such software might be challenging? Well, welcome to a complete new world of complexity, welcome to the world of agriculture machines! For many years, automatic steering (on fields), terminals to control the complex mechanical operations of a self-driving 16 ton combine harvester on a soft ground, and self-optimization systems to optimize any tiny bit of your harvester, are key demands from customers. I, myself, am working at CLAAS E-Systems, the electronics and software department within the CLAAS group. Our group is well known for being among the leading manufacturers for combine harvesters, tractors and forage harvesters.
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    With Qt 5.8's Qt Wayland Compositor Framework taking shape, more developers are beginning to tailor a Qt Wayland compositor to their use-cases. One of those is a company specializing in farm equipment like combine harvesters, tractors, and harvesters. As a guest post on the official Qt blog, developer Andreas Cord-Landwehr of CLAAS E-Systems talked up Qt Wayland for their purposes in the highly-regulated agriculture industry.
  • KDevelop 5.1 Open-Source IDE Launches with LLDB and OpenCL Support, Many Changes
    The development team behind the popular, open-source, cross-platform, free and powerful KDevelop IDE (Integrated Development Environment) were proud to announce the official release and general availability of KDevelop 5.1. KDevelop 5.1 is now the most advanced stable version of the application, which is written entirely in Qt and designed to be used on various GNU/Linux distributions that usually ship with the KDE Plasma desktop environment, but also on the latest releases of the Microsoft Windows operating system.

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GNOME News: GNOME 3.24 Everywhere

  • GNOME 3.24 released
    The GNOME Project is proud to announce the release of GNOME 3.24, "Portland".
  • GNOME 3.24 Released, This Is What’s New
    Hurrah! GNOME 3.24 is now available to download. The latest stable release of the open-source GNOME desktop, GNOME 3.24 brings a number of new features and improvements to the proverbial table, including one that might even help you sleep better!
  • GNOME 3.24 Linux desktop environment is here
    My absolute favorite desktop environment for Linux is GNOME. Quite frankly, if the DE went away tomorrow, I might have to rethink my use of Linux entirely. Yeah, I am that passionate about it. Environment aside, the GNOME experience also includes a collection of applications, creating a coherent user experience.
  • GNOME 3.24 Released
    GNOME 3.24, the latest version of GNOME 3, is now available. Introducing an updated platform and applications, the release includes a number of major new features and enhancements, as well as many smaller improvements and bug fixes. 3.24 represents another step forward for GNOME, and has much to offer both users and developers.