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  • KWin turns 12
  • Wireless sharing with Plasma NM 0.9 (part 2)
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 14th August
  • "F" as in freedom, and in fun, and in the future
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  • Over 20% of new active domains run WordPress
  • How a Linux Distribution Review Should be Done
  • openSUSE-LXDE logo contest starting now
  • Behold The Power Cog [Minor Oneiric update alert]
  • How system update can break love
  • Full Circle Podcast 23: OGGCamp Part One
  • Marples-black – gtk2/3 dark style themes for Gnome
  • Future of Python programming language on a Linux platform
  • Thoughts about Network Trancparency
  • Dirk 2 Testers needed
  • National meet on Free Open Source Software
  • Revisited: openSUSE 11.4 GNOME
  • Yes, GNU/Linux is on Desktops and Notebooks and

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  • Dead Cyborg Brings Excitement, At First
  • Asylum
  • Trine 2 New Co-op Trailer
  • Introducing Cobalt
  • Why 2011 Is The Year Of Open Source
  • Remote Wayland Server Project: Does It Work Yet?
  • Linux Mint Debian 201108 RC (Gnome and Xfce) released
  • San Diego open-source software makers meet up and geek out
  • Linux and multi-form factor platforms
  • Will Nokia Ever Realize Open Source Is Not a Panacea?
  • SFLC Co-Hosts The Community Distribution Patent Policy FAQ with Debian
  • maddog: Not-So-Angry Birds Need to Flock Together
  • Beginner’s Guide to Shell Scripting 4: Conditions & If-Then Statements
  • Android GPLv2 termination worries: one more reason to upgrade to GPLv3
  • Copenhagen hospitals use LibreOffice
  • NVIDIA Releases 285.03 Beta Linux Driver
  • Red Hat CEO thinks the desktop is becoming a legacy application
  • Zentyal The Linux Small Business Server
  • Linux Outlaws 223 - Did You Say Orgy?
  • Aug 16: #147 Computer America #41
  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 3 Episode 16

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  • Most Popular Open Source Platform Isn’t
  • Ubuntu Wallpaper Update
  • 4 way to administer Linux with a web interface
  • The Community of One
  • Photobomb released
  • SPDX spec standardizes open source compliance reporting
  • FLOSS Weekly 178: Synergy
  • Blender at Siggraph 2011
  • Linux Journal's Reader's Choice Awards 2011
  • Linux Wallpaper App ‘Wallch’ Adds Unity Support
  • Telepath RPG: Servants of God Released
  • OggCamp11 – Fear & Loathing In Farnham
  • 245 Desktop Summit Attendee Names to Find
  • openSUSE Conference 2011 Schedule Available
  • Review: Linux Mint 11 "Katya" LXDE
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 416

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  • Linux 3.1 Kernel Supports Wake On Wireless LAN
  • Five reasons why the PC is not dead
  • stat Command
  • Open Source Reality Check
  • Research identifies benefits of the open source software market
  • SFLC Oggcast: Legal Basics for Developers
  • Longterm kernel proposal signals ongoing Linux growth
  • Hacker Evolution Duality Released !
  • In a tough job market, your open source experience may be an asset in more ways than one
  • Non-profit Group Releases Open Source Mesh WiFi Network Software
  • Why Intel & Canonical Should Make A Deal for Ubuntu MeeGo
  • HowTo: run Flickering Lights on Linux
  • All Your BASH Are Belong To Us
  • Seven Points About Ereaders You Should Know Before Buying
  • No Time to Explain Soon
  • Interview: Kate Stewart, Ubuntu Release Manager at Canonical
  • Survivors of Ragnarök, New Linux Game Inspired by Dwarf Fortress

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  • Open Surface vs Open Core
  • Has Microsoft defeated Linux?
  • Building a personal data locker
  • 16 Cool Linux Commands
  • KDE release team changes
  • Mozilla Readies Its New Public License
  • PCManFM-Mod To Be In Parted Magic 6.7
  • Peter Brown and Stormy Peters Directors of Software Freedom Conservancy
  • Lots of stable kernel updates
  • Dead Cyborg Ep 1 Linux download
  • Future of the -longterm kernel releases
  • Programmer's Life: The Freelance
  • Romanian Unreasonableness
  • Opera Mini vs Opera Mobile: What’s The Difference?

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  • Big distributions, little RAM 3
  • Getting Work Done | LAS | s18e02
  • HowTo: Microkorg XL Sound Editor on Linux
  • Dragon Player – KDE Video player focus on simplicity
  • Disastrous inventions: they said it would never work... and they were right
  • Help Fund “In The Dark”
  • Wireless on Plasma Active MeeGo image
  • Easy Ubuntu 64bit DLNA Server Setup + Bonus MKV Converter Script
  • Cnotify, get notifications for console events
  • Linux 3.1-rc2 Is A Fairly Calm Release
  • OpenSuSE 11.4 KDE: Where Desktop Environment Matters
  • Solving the Sunday Puzzle with coreutils
  • Setting up a new project – 4 tools you can’t miss the first time around

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  • Installing sSMTP MTA (Mail Transfer Agent)
  • Manage & Compare Fonts Easily With Font Manager
  • Custom Lookit panel icon to match Faenza icon set
  • Easily Share Files between Linux Machines using sFTP
  • 6 ways to map your mind with Linux
  • Ubo Iconset : Ballpoint pen made, Handmade Iconset for Ubuntu
  • Comprehensive Unity guide ready
  • Firefox 6 breaks out ahead of schedule, gets official August 16th
  • Hacker Evolution Duality - Free playable beta available
  • Free Software and homeschooling: reports from the trenches
  • No one cares about license agreements
  • Ubuntu Gnome Wallpapers
  • We have C++11
  • Jenkins for Ubuntu Oneiric: Call for Testing
  • Apt-gentoo? Gentoo-apt! Hah!
  • Redhat 5.1 Redneck Internationalization
  • String freeze for GNOME 3.2 in 3 weeks
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 7th August
  • Linux Q&A ; Why I Play for Both Teams
  • Windys 1.5.0 Released

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  • Ultimate Edition 3.0 "Gamers" Released
  • Installing Linux on a 386 laptop
  • Superdrug takes out common cold, other viruses
  • awesome Linux cheat sheet
  • Cardinal Quest
  • How eBay Leveraged Open Source to Streamline Transaction Processing
  • I installed sabayon 6 what now?
  • High-calibre ebook management
  • Software RAID in Linux – a small tutorial

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  • Unity Update Part 2: Music Lens, Indicator Changes And More
  • Does linux Need Defrag?
  • FreeCAD – Free 3d CAD application for Linux
  • Interactive SVG Mockups with Inkscape & Javascript
  • Spending Money: VMWare
  • Plasma Active, the stage is yours
  • QEMU 0.15 Brings Several New Features
  • Kate Turning 10 Years Old
  • Novell and Nortel Patent Sales Boost Linux Group Membership
  • The IBM PC is 30 today
  • Helena The 3rd Video Review and Updates
  • Thursday in Fedora
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 415

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  • GNOME 3
  • GNU Xnee 3.10 (‘Heron’) released
  • The “App Model” and the Web
  • Dragonplayer - Simple video player
  • BEEP-Game Review and Gameolith
  • plasma active & contour demo
  • A selection of photographs from some of RMS's past events
  • Linux 3.x Matures as GNOME Fork Calls 'Grow'
  • Wallpapers from... heaven?
  • Wednesday in Fedora
  • It works: Plasma now looks up missing components through PackageKit
  • BSDanywhere: time machine
  • FLOSS Weekly 177: Delta3D
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