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  • RHEL 6.0 Server Evaluation - thoughts and screenshots
  • “Seasons after Fall” created in Blender slated for 2011 release
  • New Rubrique in the openSUSE Weekly News
  • Natty Narwhal Alpha 1 Coming December 2
  • University of Warwick to spend £1.3m on Linux supercomputer
  • Amarok and my Stats Fail
  • M$ Needs GNU/Linux
  • Red Hat Breaking Out?
  • Demo Of Wayland Display Server In Ubuntu
  • Atom Zombie Smasher coming to Linux
  • Tanberg rips off an open source project
  • The kde-www war: part 1
  • Gnome Activity Journal becomes Draggable
  • PeaZip 3.5 is released

today's odds & ends:

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  • ADeskBar – A lightweight and gorgeous GNOME panel replacement
  • Is Ubuntu Unknowingly Introducing FUD?
  • Things for which I'm Grateful
  • The best netbook distro of 2010
  • Q&A with Larry Augustin, SugarCRM CEO
  • HP Deskjet 3050 j610 on Debian Squeeze
  • Variety On The Desktop
  • The automated testing of Ubuntu SRUs
  • Open Source Monitoring, Icinga vs Nagios
  • People behind Debian: Colin Watson
  • Impressive 3d slide transations for OpenOffice presentations
  • It's Becoming Very Easy To Run Wayland
  • TrueHD, DTS-HD, E-AC3 Over HDMI On Linux
  • 5 of the Best Free and Open Source Data Mining Software
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 2 Episode 22

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  • Shuttleworth's Ubuntu makes like Space Shuttle
  • FreetuxTV – Web TV and Radio player
  • Viewsonic and the GPL
  • Hands-on: Opera 11 tab stacking vs Firefox Panorama
  • A replacement for X finally!
  • French social security now run on PostgreSQL and Red Hat Linux
  • Fuduntu 14.5 - Subtle improvements
  • Introduction to the Blender Fluid Simulator
  • Control Points and Steering Mechanisms in Open Source Software Projects
  • Norway: All regions and nearly all municipalities now use open source
  • PL: Poznań city's e-Government platform built on open source components
  • Ubuntu One — good or bad?
  • Nero Linux 4 - Never Knew Nero had a Linux Version
  • Meet the GIMP: Episode 151: #150 reloaded!
  • Watch for Shares of Red Hat to Approach Resistance at $43.87
  • 7like GNoMenu theme: Ambiance meets windows
  • Xen Dom0 Support May Come Back To Fedora
  • Last Day at Mozilla
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 24th October
  • FLOSS Weekly 143: Ganymede

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  • Enlightenment... Now Running On Refrigerators
  • PiTiVi Startup Assistant
  • CrossOver Linux Review
  • OverView Zoomy presentations with OpenGL
  • Nvidia upgrades toolkit for GPU programming
  • 100 Websites To See Before You Die (Part 1)
  • Rage developer interview: John Carmack
  • Calendar Systems in KDE 4.6
  • Open source feats to be proud of
  • Intel Windows vs. Linux GPU Performance Q4'2010
  • OpenOffice.org 3.3.0 Release Candidate 6
  • Opera 11 Beta Introduces Tab Stacking, Extensions
  • Free as in Freedom: Episode 0x03: i Don't Store
  • Going for gold (OLPC)
  • David Reveman lands GPU acceleration for Moonlight…
  • Lucidity theme for Linux adds pastel elegance to the desktop
  • Released: FreeNAS 8 (Beta)
  • Seigo: multihead saga continues
  • Red Hat: Cowen Says Hold; A Buyout’s Unlikely
  • ‘Ubuntu Invaders’ wallpaper is retro win
  • Implications, questions on SUSE Linux, but not the end

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  • NetBSD 5.1 feature update arrives
  • Clementine music player adds Ubuntu Sound menu support
  • Bangarang – What The Dilly Yo?!
  • FI: Scientific study into migration proves value of open source
  • Why VIM is not my favorite editor
  • Open source: It’s not all or nothing
  • Bringing Up Hardware First In Linux, Then Windows
  • No KMS? No Mesa? Run Wayland Off A Linux Framebuffer!
  • Running The Native ZFS Linux Kernel Module, Plus Benchmarks
  • Fusion Garage GPL update
  • Red Hat Near The 50 Day
  • Canonical's new partnerships: A challenge in the enterprise space?
  • GNU contributor statistics for November 2010
  • Best Open Source Database: Its probably a NoSQL
  • Tiled View: New Gnome Shell Mockup
  • Planet Ubuntu Facelift
  • Burg Gives Your Multi-Boot Screen a Big Facelift
  • KDE Part of Google Code-in
  • Remote Linux Administration | LAS | s14e06

today's shorts & stuff:

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  • Gentoo Documentation Updates
  • OpenTeacher language tutor hits 2.0 beta 2
  • x2x - keyboard & mouse on another X
  • Canonical Boosting Linux Kernel Contribution
  • Petition To Bring The Old Firefox Status Bar Functionality Back
  • Linux Link Tech Show #377 11/20/10
  • Going Linux Nov 21: #121 - Switching to Linux-Through the Years
  • Linux Outlaws 177 - The Orgasmatron

today's odds & ends:

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  • Realtime Sunlight wallpaper v0.3.3 released
  • Plymouth manager lets you change boot theme, resolution in Ubuntu
  • Spacewalk 1.2 released, PostgreSQL ready, first analysis
  • Unity Place People – Day 2
  • openSUSE ambassador life
  • A Short Video Tour Of The Wayland Display Server
  • Should You Sell Red Hat Right Now?
  • Opera 11 One Step Closer to Beta
  • Fedora 14 Updates

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  • A Linux server OS that's fiddly but tweakable
  • Feature Guide for KDE 4.6 Releases
  • New Ubuntu Pilot Patch Scheme
  • Unity Linux 2010_02 Is Powered by Linux kernel 2.6.35.7
  • DockBarX 0.40 Has Been Released
  • Xdriller - Mr Driller Clone
  • Shark Attack - Deep Sea Adventure
  • A Closer Look at the Next Generation Address Bars
  • Creative Commons retiring the Public Domain dedication
  • The First NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 Linux Benchmark
  • Pinguy OS Review (Video)
  • Open standards policy in India: A long, but successful journey
  • Private Agreements Harm Communities
  • How we choose software
  • Red Hat broadens scope of open-source academic program
  • Oracle Support ‘Too Costly’, Say Customers
  • Linus: What's Wrong With The Whole DRM Crowd?
  • Forget 200 lines, Red Hat speeds up Linux with 4 lines of code

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  • KDE 4 Look Part 2: Amarok 2.3.2 in KDE 4.5 and Fedora 14
  • A young and pretty Linux server OS that takes a bit of work
  • Baracus: Novell's New Open Source Network Boot Project
  • Daniel Robbins Working on Funtoo
  • The ~200 lines patch that does wonders? Sabayon has it
  • I Love Thunderbird 3.x
  • Firefox vs. Explorer: Which is better?
  • Seigo: multihead plasma desktop needs YOU!
  • Mageia supports LibreOffice
  • Software bug derailed Windows bid to top Linux in supercomputing speed
  • Contributor Agreements Say Your Contribution Is Unwelcome
  • Mee too ... the 200 line kernel wonder patch
  • litl in the GNOME Event Boxes
  • No webcam in Meebo with Flash on Squeeze
  • No Source Code for Nook either
  • Going Linux: Nov 17: #120 - Computer America #32
  • Linux Link Tech Show #376 11/17/10

today's leftovers:

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  • Back In Time, a Free and Simple Backup Software
  • 7 Brilliant GNOME GTK Themes
  • I Hate Thunderbird 3.x
  • Test-driving Bordeaux 2.0.8
  • Top 20 Open Source Packages
  • Clam AntiVirus management tools
  • KMyMoney 4.5.1 stable version is out
  • A Linux server OS that's had 11 years to improve
  • Linux servers for Windows folk: go on, give it a bash
  • Linux Box Goes Live With Email
  • Context Toolbars in The Board
  • Polishing KGet and Friends
  • New: OpenOffice.org 3.3.0 Release Candidate 5
  • New: OOo-DEV 3.x Developer Snapshot
  • LCDTV.net - New Online Magazine Using Drupal 6
  • Linux 2.6.37-rc2 Kernel Released; So Far Looks Painless
  • AMD Catalyst 10.11 Linux Driver Released
  • Hard Lessons Learned: Malicious Ads on SourceForge
  • New Opera address field, mouse gestures, and updated mail panel and extensions
  • Linux distros advance on the networking front
  • FLOSS Weekly 142: CentOS
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  • etcd3: A new etcd
    Over the past few months, CoreOS has been diligently finalizing the etcd3 API beta, testing the system and working with users to make etcd even better. Today etcd v3.0.0, the distributed key value store developed by CoreOS, is available. In practice, etcd3 is already integrated into a large-scale distributed system, Kubernetes, and we have implemented distributed coordination primitives including distributed locks, elections, and software transactional memory, to ensure the etcd3 API is flexible enough to support a variety of applications. Today we’re proud to announce that etcd3 is ready for general use.
  • Zend Framework 3 Released!
    After 17 months of effort, hundreds of releases, tens of thousands of commits by hundreds of contributors, and millions of installs, we're pleased to announce the immediate availability of Zend Framework 3.
  • ANNOUNCE: virt-viewer 4.0 release
  • Virt-Manager's Virrt-Viewer 4.0 Released

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