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today's odds & ends:

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  • My GNOME themes
  • MythTV 0.22 Release Approaches With RC2
  • Maddog: Three-in-one
  • Slackware Package Managers
  • Fedora 12 Beta on Thinkpad T500
  • Fedora 12 features
  • Super Linux Triage fest at Zareason HQ this weekend
  • Fixing Eclipse in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala
  • Linux and Windows - one and the same?
  • DRI2 Sync + Swap Extensions Near Reality
  • Skype Open Source « in the near future »

today's leftovers:

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  • Just the Facts - Exporting Encryption Algorithms
  • GNOME and KDE development course
  • MythTV: Turning Linux Into a Digital Video Recorder: The Front End
  • Host it Your Way with OpenGoo Web Office
  • tour of firefox
  • Open source: Big value, not big money
  • Pimp Your Nautilus: NScripts 3.6
  • SAP committed to Apache projects
  • AutoZone Update
  • Monty's Almost Certainly Looking For Investment
  • Giving computers the boot
  • hoz: Take it apart, put it together
  • What Does Half of the Fortune 100 do when their Proprietary Software Dies?
  • Rwanda: Balton Eyes One Laptop Per Child Project
  • Linux an alternative for those who tinker
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2009.10.30
  • Linux Outlaws 119 - OggCamp Live Show (Uncut)

today's leftovers:

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  • Updating from Factory to openSUSE 11.2
  • Buntfu says buy or sell your Linux PC here and you'll earn free ad space
  • ‘Bill Gates of Belgium’ Fights SAP as Free Software Use Expands
  • GNOME 2.29.1 released
  • Ubuntu 9.10 'Karmic Koala' release gives KDE a boost
  • Ubuntu "Stick" Blues - or USB for short
  • Rule the Web with Four Firefox Add-ons
  • Migrating from Grip to RipperX
  • BASH Script – Blank Out CC Details
  • Oracle unveils plans for MySQL, GlassFish, NetBeans, and OpenOffice
  • Kickoff for KDE on Maemo
  • I've Seen the Data: Economy Goes Down, Open Source Goes Up
  • Set up a Linux media server
  • Why Free Software?
  • F-Spot Considered Harmful
  • How to recover deleted pictures and Video files
  • Gnome Color Manager is born
  • Red Hat Executives to Present Live Technology Webcast on November 3
  • Some nice things happened on the way through life.....
  • Disabling console login for a linux box
  • Linux Crazy Podcast - Bashed in the Head

today's leftovers:

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  • X11R7.5 released - but what is it?
  • Community Conferences Win Hands Down
  • Virtualization 101
  • F/OSS and the Public Sector
  • Interviews: Juliet Kemp
  • On Linux and random numbers
  • SeaMonkey 2.0 - The Modern Internet Suite is Here
  • Google Sued Over Patents On Open Source Code
  • PCLinuxOS 2009 Review
  • Making money with FLOSS, really?
  • Uncle Sam open source fair shake makes it official
  • Should the White House Contribute to the Open Source Community?
  • Linux Journal 2010 Wall Calendars Now Available
  • The Final OOXML Update: Part III
  • Novell Product Quality
  • Many open-sourcers back an Oracle takeover of MySQL
  • Post Amarok 2.2.1: Adding some color to your life!
  • Two new open source data warehousing launches
  • New: OOo-DEV 3.x Developer Snapshot (build DEV300_m63) available
  • Hands On with Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala)

today's leftovers:

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  • Everybody Loves Windows 7 - Part 2 (RMS Error)
  • Blog posts are no replacement for documentation
  • Novell Will File Petition for a Writ of Certiorari in the US Supreme Court
  • Phonon backends
  • Psystar's $50 hackintosh tool not all it's cracked up to be
  • The quest for a truly open smartphone: can it be done?
  • AbiWord 2.8 Brings Notable Changes
  • GNOME Marketing Hackfest
  • KDE 4.3.2 now official in Slackware
  • Accessing Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS) from Mandriva
  • Intel graphics and gaming, Abiword 2.8.0

today's leftovers:

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  • Trio of Audio Related Reviews
  • Everybody Loves Windows 7
  • Kate’s Vi Input Mode — What will KDE 4.4 bring?
  • I Can Haz Virus
  • Geocities Shuts Down - XKCD Remembers
  • playing with x264
  • GRUB 2.0 Moves Closer With GRUB 1.97 Release
  • EU Strategist Claims an Oracle-owned MySQL Cannot Be Competitive
  • A Hackfest To Improve Linux Video Playback
  • Interviews: Red Hat's Mel Chua
  • Qualcomm Invests in Open Source
  • Open vs. open vs. open: a model for public collaboration
  • Machinarium- A point-and-click adventure game
  • UMPC ref design runs Linux
  • Harish Pillay and Brian Aker debate with Richard Stallman (Part 2)
  • File Synchronization With Free File Sync
  • Native C port of Tor for Android
  • Announcing the Second openSUSE Board Election

today's leftovers:

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  • Gentoo 10.1 LiveDVD Brings Fixes & Enhancements
  • Exciting Open Source developments in Thailand
  • Is Windows 7 still a Crossgrade? Yes.
  • Linux for low-end HW, pseudo-scientific study(1)
  • Whitehouse.gov using Drupal
  • Thoughts on the Whitehouse.gov switch to Drupal

today's leftovers:

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  • Chromium Rocks
  • Happy Birthday PCLinuxOS
  • “Linux” support
  • Upstart in Ubuntu 9.10
  • Hudzilla Coding Academy: Assignment Two
  • Ding Dong, The Wicked Vista's DEAD!
  • It's official: we love Windows 7
  • Windows 7 Vodka and the Microsoft Hangover
  • Working together
  • Sabayon FDC09 photos! Here they are!
  • Why XBMC is the best thing on TV
  • Imagination – A lightweight and simple DVD Slideshow Maker
  • FLOSS Weekly 92: MakerBot
  • Meet The Gimp - Episode 124: PS Translation Service

today's leftovers:

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  • Talking with Pierre Fricke of Red Hat… about BPM and 'the Stack'
  • Techiemoe tries Windows 7
  • This year's linux.conf.au
  • Open Source conference returns to Portland
  • Open Source Events and Webinars
  • KDE Notebook Shell Search and Launch improvements
  • Training and Support: Still Key to Enterprise Open Source Adoption
  • Why Was The Open Source Guy At The Windows 7 Party?
  • Open source? No good for cost cutting, say CIOs
  • Linux and Security: Mission Impossible?
  • Cloud Computing. Does it have any value at all?
  • Get involved with GNOME Journal
  • From the iPhone to the Cloud: What's new with the Mono Project
  • Linux Outlaws 118 - Naughtify OSD
  • Going Linux: Oct 22 - Computer America #19
  • animations in plasma with javascript on top
  • Eén using Drupal
  • VMware to launch own Linux distro?
  • Choosing a Desktop Linux Distro, Part 2: Installation and Support

today's leftovers:

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  • NVIDIA Releases 190.42 Display Driver
  • Open Office 4 Kids
  • Free Software but not Open Source
  • Meet the Platform Team Managers: Jono Bacon
  • CoverGloobus 1.5 Released – Gets Theme Preview, Auto-restart, Exaile Support & More
  • 6 Linux Twitter Apps, Only 1 Winner [Review]
  • ZaReason Prepares Ubuntu 9.10 Server, Expands Customer Base
  • Five Ways Windows 7 Could Become another Vista
  • Open source to reset IT expectations
  • LXer Book Review: Pro Linux System Administration
  • Psystar releases Mac clone software
  • Hulu to begin charging in 2010 says exec
  • LordsAWar! 0.1.6 Released
  • Robbie Williams using Drupal
  • Lucas Arts using Drupal
  • Foresight Linux quickie
  • Autonomously Finding Performance Regressions In The Linux Kernel
  • Cloud Computing: Good or Bad for Open Source?
  • the_source Episode 10 "Ohio Linuxfest 2009" Released
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