earthweb.com: What's new in the open source world? We've put together a list of software that was first released (or first made open source) in the last couple of years. While many of these apps are still early in the development process, they're all usable, and in fact, have all acquired fairly substantial user bases in a short time.
cardoe.com: Shortly everyone will start seeing MythTV 0.22 Release Candidate packages. Gentoo users need to know that the upgrade path won’t be smooth sailing. Unfortunately, the MythTV developers incorrectly use MySQL which results in data corruption which must be manually fixed.
invalidmagic.wordpress: network management on linux differs from distro to distro. trying various of these i liked what SuSE did over the year. they included a network manager like applet ‘knetwork’ with kde 3 which even included isdn (ppp) links. but NM does a very bad job if things don’t work. there is no debugging possible.
everyjoe.com: Wondering how on earth to create a quick greeting card or postcard without having to go through using Scribus or some other software? I grew up in the 80s so I was used to Print Master. Unfortunately I haven’t found anything like this yet. So far, the only one I saw that’s close enough is Kreeting Kard.
tuxradar.com: The Gnome project's latest release, comes just in time to be bolted on to Karmic Koala. But with KDE making big strides forward with each point release of KDE 4, are the Gnome team doing enough to keep up? Only just... read on to find out more!
h-online.com: He’s the man who brought open source to Silicon Graphics and NEC and advisor to Warburg Pincus on how to make money investing in open source. "At one point I got the title of open source's undercover agent," recalls Dave McAllister. He was recruited by Adobe as Director of open source and standards with a specific mission:
ostatic.com/blogs: Pidgin is a great GTK2-based instant messenger application that supports a bevy of protocols, including ICQ, Yahoo!, MSN, Jabber, and AIM. It's a terrific app in its own right, but when you add some of these power tools, Pidgin is even better.
penguininside.blogspot: Not everyone can use iptables because its huge, and very confusing for newbies. Here are some easy to use firewalls for Linux..
itnewstoday.com: Back in June, I reviewed Amarok 2.1 and was far from impressed. Amarok 2.2 has been released recently, and it’s a definite improvement, and may even be the best music player released this year.