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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

today's leftovers:

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  • In Defense of Bacon
  • WebYaST – now for openSUSE
  • Video: Gnome-Shell Update Nov 16 2010
  • Debian Women IRC Training Sessions
  • Viewing and Analysing music audio file - Sonic Visualiser
  • Command Line Fun: Magic 8 Ball in Your Terminal
  • Fedora Board Meetings, 12 & 15 Nov 2010
  • GNOME Terminal with Google search support
  • The lesson of Google Android fail
  • PCLinuxOS LXDE Review and Screenshots
  • Slamd64 to be discontinued
  • OOo Initializing an I-Team for the improvement of the ODF-icons
  • Red Hat Breaks Through Support at $40.87
  • 'Megafon Siberia implements Linux-based video call-centre'
  • Convirture and Canonical to Team Up
  • New openSUSE Package for packager: whohas

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  • Make your own games with Syntensity
  • Comments on Perens' Comments on Software Patents
  • Schmidt: Google Chrome OS 'a few months away'
  • Kmart debuts $180 Android tablet
  • GIMP's Van Gogh filter - Does something that nobody understands
  • Attn: Slackware 13.0 | Thunderbird Users
  • Top 10 Firefox Add-ons to Make Browsing Safe, Secure and Private
  • KNotify Plugins
  • 3 Triangle titans pile up billions in cash
  • KDE 4.4 on Slackware 13.1
  • F# development under Mac OS X and Linux
  • Ebay using Drupal
  • Introducing the Halls - Developers of Qimo 2.0
  • Fedora Board likely to reconsider SQLNinja, but should they?

today's leftovers & howtos:

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  • VLC v1.1.5 released
  • Speed Limit: 75MPH. Ubuntu: 110MPH.
  • FlBurn - Optical disc burning software for Linux
  • x2vnc
  • Linux Mint 10 manual disk partitioning guide
  • Drupal 7.0 Beta 3 released
  • Release of KGraphViewer, version 2.1.1
  • Burg manager app updated with new themes, new features
  • Quick and easy printer sharing in GNOME
  • Ubuntu 10.10 for the O2 Joggler
  • More Thoughts On Fedora 14
  • My first podcast - Switching from CentOS to Slackware
  • Linux Basement: Episode 63 - Just Us, Just News

today's howtos & leftovers:

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  • Firefox 4, How To Undo The Changes
  • Nautilus Extensions – Right-Click Menu to Extend Functionality
  • OpenSearch in Rekonq
  • Parsing Bazaar Logs with PHP
  • Nautilus Extensions – Add “open in terminal”,”set as wallpaper” in Menu
  • The Java crisis and what it means for developers
  • Monitoring Processes
  • kde e.v. board meeting in nijmegen
  • Turning Kate into a Prolog IDE

today's leftovers:

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  • Ever Wondered WTF Gnome vs Ubuntu?
  • Introducing KDualAction
  • Hacked Kinect Handles Photos, Minority Report Style
  • Ten KDE tools for all types of Linux user (rerun)
  • 8 Beautiful Linux/Ubuntu Wallpaper Packs
  • Introducing students to the world of open source: Day 2
  • Novell Operations Center
  • "Modern Perl" available
  • OLPC Samoa School Deployments
  • Mini PC touted for upgradeable design
  • UI Application for create and verify md5, crc32 and other checksum - PySum
  • X.Org 7.6 Release Candidate 1 Is Finally Here
  • Indian Open Standards Policy Finalized
  • Pinguy OS 10.10 Has Been Released
  • Beta 2 Of The Enlightenment Foundation Libraries
  • Preview: Debian 6 "Squeeze" (Part 4: Standard)
  • Court Orders Michael Robertson to Pay Former Employee $300,000+
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2010.11.12
  • Linux Outlaws 175 - Clusterfork

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  • 3 Beautiful Conky Configurations
  • Some interesting stats about gentoo portage tree
  • The JooJoo Tablet is Officially Dead
  • One does not imply the other
  • Mozilla releases Firefox social networking extension
  • Back to the future
  • Is MySQL open core?
  • First day of Latinoware
  • Latinoware: first day
  • MeeGo 1.1 vs Ubuntu Netbook Edition: Comparative Review
  • ZaReason CEO Keynotes at FOSDEM
  • Deep Thoughts on Being a Geek
  • Banshee 1.9.0 released
  • openSUSE medical team releases stable version 0.0.6
  • Dungeon crawler game for IM-ME (and Linux)
  • Default Squeeze Artwork chosen
  • Fedora bars SQLNinja hack tool
  • Paul Frields: Insight into Insight
  • Linux Link Tech Show #375 11 10 10
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 2 Episode 21

today's leftovers:

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  • Adventures in Kubuntu: Day three
  • New: OpenOffice.org 3.3.0 Release Candidate 4
  • MythTV 0.24 Brings A New OSD, HD Audio, Blu-ray
  • Burster, Web Browser Plugin for Playing Games, by Blender Project
  • Two New Tools in Snort
  • General Open Source NLE Round-Up
  • Getting my new Sandisk Sansa Fuze to work with gPodder
  • There Are Ever More Ways to Browse With No Name
  • What If You Threw a Proprietary Software Party and Nobody Came?
  • Security Scanner for Debian and Ubuntu - Buck security
  • Open source organisation needed for new IP laws
  • Is Linux really free software?
  • Zik - Audio player based on gstreamer
  • Red Hat's Fedora 14 Boasts Updated Development Tools, etc
  • openSUSE at Latinoware
  • Why should I ever bother filing another bug?
  • From stability comes stagnation
  • Help Improve Ubuntu on ‘Bug Day' Tomorrow
  • Q&A: Dr Alan Bowyer and open source 3D printing
  • the_source Episode 12 "Mini" Released
  • FLOSS Weekly 141: Membase

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  • Mozilla: Firefox 4 Beta 7 coming Wednesday
  • 'A New Start' GTK Theme is Incredibly Cool!
  • Recent Activity… uh.. activities
  • Epidermis theme Manager - Change the Look and Feel of Ubuntu
  • Some Small Progress On Linux GPU Laptop Switching
  • Linux Plumbers Conference/Gnome Summit Recap
  • Fedora 14 Installation Process
  • openSUSE Forum has New News Editor
  • Open source education still needed
  • Nicholas Negroponte: Laptops Work
  • Clonezilla Live open source clone system updated
  • One plasmoid 3 platforms
  • It's clamfs chowder time
  • Ubuntu 11.04 Daily ISO Available For Download
  • Oscar winning video editor ‘Lightworks’ not coming to Linux until ‘late 2011′
  • Is the source of open source the root of all evil
  • I'll Show You Mine, You Show Us Yours
  • Linux support for Matrox Radient eCL Camera Link frame grabber
  • Set your screen resolution higher than its default with NewRez
  • Michael Löffler is leaving Novell
  • Lessons learned from Symbian’s journey to open source and back
  • Keryx 1.0 to have multi project feature - a sneak peek
  • Shutter - a feature rich Screenshot Management Utility
  • Free as in Freedom: Episode 0x02: Needs of the Few

today's leftovers:

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  • The browser wars: side with Opera.
  • Shhh... Opera holds the web's most valuable secret
  • Fedora Scholarship Program Encourages Open Source Innovation
  • A Few Tips on Managing Access Remotely
  • Open core by the numbers
  • Smackdown: Linux on X64 Versus IBM i on Entry Power 7XXs
  • FSFLA: Linux kernel is "open core"
  • First peek at the new look ‘Do’ launcher (Gnome-do)
  • Remmina to be Ubuntu’s new remote desktop app
  • How do I compile my windows programs under Linux?
  • BetterMeans: a new app for running your organization the open source way
  • GNU Spotlight with Karl Berry (October 2010)
  • Video uploading/downloading to feature in Shotwell 0.8
  • Playing with EDID and rawhide
  • Five alternative apps for ALT+F2
  • Mageia Roadmap
  • Mandriva first to include virtualization technologies at the system level
  • Linux Alternative To Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 Goes Into Beta
  • KDEMU with Ian Monroe
  • Fedora Board Meeting, 8 Nov 2010
  • Icelandic developer receives Nordic Free Software Award
  • GNOME Shell 2.91.2 released
  • Procurement Jobs: Desktop Productivity Tools 'Key To Open Source'
  • Savvytek achieves Red Hat partnership in Saudi and Qatar
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