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today's leftovers:

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  • Netactview - graphical network activity monitor
  • Slideshow creator
  • Quirky 1.2 Review
  • Is Chrome OS right for the netbook market?
  • Extending OpenOffice.org
  • Mono is taking over… Even towns
  • Some Early Gish Hacking
  • Quicklaunch plasmoid in KDE SC 4.5
  • Firefox add-on game ‘Destroy The Web’ lets you blast away the Internet
  • Linux For Space Constrained Small Embedded Devices

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  • OOo: 154 million and counting...
  • The Blue screen of Death Screensavers
  • TransferSummit - The practical magic of open source
  • Red Hat CEO Whitehurst Blasts Software Patents
  • Trading Alert for Red Hat Inc.
  • Weekly Kernel review with openSUSE Flavor
  • When software updates go bad(ly)
  • Virtualisation and Open Source
  • CinePaint for painting and retouching bitmap frames
  • Maverick to ship with transparent theme?
  • Back to Karmic
  • Cut the fat with Linux
  • When you should open-source your internal apps
  • Interview with Stephen Kelly (KDE PIM)
  • How do you make money with open source?
  • Windows for Linux
  • FLOSS Weekly 122: Mercurial

today's leftovers:

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  • Opera *NIX family focus
  • Whyteboard Aids in Teachable Moments
  • Datamining with Linux
  • Maxi Mini Golf – Released
  • New Mephisto Backup v1.10.4 released
  • The False Uniformity of Oatmeal Code
  • Maverick Alpha 1 released
  • The Quintessence of Open Source
  • A Quick Q ‘n’ A Session with Greg Kroah-Hartman
  • Meerkat wallpapers
  • New Open-Source OS Will Feature 'Disposable' Virtual Machines
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #356 6/2/10
  • OpenSSL updates fix vulnerabilities
  • Linux On The Top
  • Trading Update for Red Hat Inc.
  • Aquaria goes open source
  • Linux Outlaws 153 - Tinfoil Wallpaper Millionaire

today's leftovers:

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  • GnomeBaker's Recipe for Cooking Up Discs
  • Being acquired is the best thing for a FOSS project
  • HTML5 vs. Flash: The case for Flash
  • OOXML/ODF - The Next Stage is Unfolding in Norway
  • GIMP Single Window Mode
  • Pidgin 2.7.1 enables Faster File Transfers to MSN and aMSN
  • Illumination Software Creator 2.0 announced
  • Revisiting gnome shell
  • DockBarX Adds live thumbnail previews
  • Pino: Lightweight Microblogging Client
  • You Can't Please Everyone, but Pinta Tries
  • New In KDE Partition Manager 1.1 (VI): The Fine Print In the Feature List

today's leftovers:

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  • New In KDE Partition Manager 1.1 (V): Options Galore
  • Are open-source foundations still relevant?
  • Open source governance in your organization
  • Tuxera exFAT Now Available for Android and Linux
  • Ogmtools & Openjpeg-tools
  • MeeGo has a coming out party
  • Coding? One size doesn’t fit all …
  • Evolution of GNU, Linux System
  • KDM fail at boot with NVidia cards - and no one try to fix it?
  • Novell Remains Committed to MeeGo
  • why Debian for scientific computing: a case study
  • Osd-lyrics - Best lyrics Finder tool Ever
  • Australia's fasted Linux computer
  • Roll Your Own

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  • New In KDE Partition Manager 1.1 (IV): Improved Size Dialog
  • Google to employees: 'Mac or Linux, but no more Windows'
  • On Teaching Open Source Development
  • Salix Live 13.0
  • Asus launches netbook app store, drops Linux netbook hints
  • Intel's X.Org Driver Runs Even Faster Now
  • Ubuntu Fun
  • Full Circle Side-Pod #1: Hello World… Where Am I?
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #195
  • A Sleek & Easy Way To Administer Ubuntu – Ubuntu Control Center

today's leftovers:

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  • FOSS: Free and Open Source Software
  • KTorrent First BitTorrent Client To Adopt Open Source uTP
  • NVIDIA Issues 256.29 Linux Beta Driver
  • GNU Guile is an interpreter/virtual machine for Scheme
  • ArchBang adopts codenames
  • The application of Linux simplification
  • Gish goes open-source
  • What's new in openSUSE 11.3?
  • KDE and the Masters of the Universe – 2010-05-30
  • Linux Outlaws 152 - I Shot the Sheriff

some odds & ends:

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  • New In KDE Partition Manager 1.1 (II): SMART Status Reports
  • Lenovo kills Skylight OS in favor of Android
  • FreeBSD 8.1 Enters Beta; Final Coming In July
  • Zuckerberg Donated to Open Source Facebook Competitor
  • Penguin Computer Spreads Its Wings
  • Pic of the kde e.v. board, may 2010
  • iotop for better disk monitoring
  • Jon maddog Hall: Small and Fast Wins

today's leftovers:

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  • PowerMizer Is Not Likely The Problem In 256.xx Issue
  • CentOS Goes Commercial
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2010.05.28
  • Adobe + Linux == Balls
  • Bolzano facing protests over licence deal forced by vendor lock-in
  • Openness, transparency, and community: The future of commenting on the web
  • Administrations in Spain and Portugal heckled over licence violations
  • Novell auction could be patent troll bonanza
  • OpenOffice.org 3.2.1 RC 2 available
  • Mozilla releases Thunderbird 3.1 RC1
  • FLOSS Weekly 121: Freenode
  • Red Hat: Fedora project has no plans to support Xen again
  • What Makes Android Tick
  • Asa Dotzler celebrates 10 years @ Mozilla
  • Open Your World recap
  • fbterm: Birth of the cool for the console
  • Google's WebM license could undermine the meaning of 'open source'

today's leftovers:

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  • Radeon "R600g" Gallium3D Driver Merged To Master
  • Running Gentoo Linux on HP Pavilion dm1-1110ev – Result: Success
  • Key WebOS developer jumps ship to Team Android
  • The quiet Ubuntu Netbook revolution
  • Apple files for WebKit browser trademark
  • Five Reasons Willow Garage is Going to Succeed
  • TuxRadar Podcast s2e9: Google Gaggle
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #355 May 26
  • View3ds, viewer for 3D Studio files and V4L Loopback Device
  • Open source pays off for TimeTrex
  • Does Linux Do Enough for Programmers?
  • One Laptop Per Child Revamps Tablet Plans
  • Sabayon 5.3 Progress, Get Involved with Testing, Bumps
  • PCLinuxOS
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