linuxinsider.com: The world of open source software has lots of options for editing and manipulating audio and video media files. However, when you want to just sit back and watch, Gxine will get the job done.
colin.guthr.ie: Well it's not really like that, but I guess those involved can think about it a bit like that at times!
freesoftwaremagazine.com: “The Analysis & Resynthesis Sound Spectrograph” (“ARSS”, now version 0.2.3) combined with an image editor of your choice (I also chose Gimp) turns out to be a very interesting way to make original sound effects — by painting the sound spectrum.
omgubuntu.co.uk: We seem to be having a browser week here at OMG! towers. With all that in mind I couldn’t help but stoke the ever-tender embers of one question that continues to be a red-hot topic: “What is the fastest browser on Linux?”
arstechnica.com: The company behind the BitTorrent technology has opened the source code of its uTorrent Transport Protocol (uTP). A production-ready implementation of the protocol code in C++ is now available from GitHub under the MIT license.
The first Beta version of the new 9.0 release boasts over 200 new functions and improvements.
debian.org: The versions 1.15.6 and 1.15.7 of dpkg introduced several important changes. Let's skim over them:
sourceforge.net/blog: Cone harks back to the era when users read e-mail in a non-graphical application, without using menus, mouse, or buttons. Longtime Pine users will feel right at home with Cone; many keyboard commands are the same. However, Cone is not a Pine clone.
ghacks.net: For those who are less than fortunate and have severe vision problems, using a computer can be a task that is nearly impossible without either the help of others or some form of assisted technology. One of those technologies is Orca.
martin-graesslin.com/blog: All windows have KWin decorations and they should not have them. Yakuake has a kind of own CSD – you see the controls at the bottom. The window manager may reparent the window and the window has no control over it.