tuxradar.com: For the tinkerers and testers, 2010 is shaping up to be a perfect year. Take a trip with us on a voyage of discovery to find out exactly what's happening and how the Linux desktop experience is likely to evolve over the next 12 months...
newsobserver.com: Red Hat is keeping Matthew Szulik around at least a little longer. The Raleigh-based software company has agreed to extend Szulik's term as chairman for another year, until Feb. 28, 2011.
lxer.com: The foundations of Linux, with how it has been developed and when we look at the Debian model on which Ubuntu is based, the contributions of developers by and large are because of their common interests and a willingness to accept conceptualizations.
linuxplanet.com: Building a Linux distribution with the novice user in mind has been tried many times over the years. If you had to pick one area where many new users struggle, it would have to be installing new applications. Missing dependencies or improperly configured repositories lead to frustration and, ultimately, abandonment of the entire platform.
mepis.org: Warren Woodford has released SimplyMEPIS 8.4.99, RC2 of MEPIS 8.5, now available from MEPIS and public mirrors.
- Distribution Release: Elive 2.0
- Elive Topaz 2.0 Homepage
- Elive 2.0 Released into the Wild
- Elive 2.0 Stable Finally Released
gadgetmix.com: There are countless Linux distros out there for the netbooks. Do we really need another one? Well, if you still use the first generation Eee PC or have it lying around as it is of no use to you, Leeenux OS can give a new life to it.
- CeBIT 2010: Linux Successes, Challenges
- Linux New Media Awards 2010 Presented at CeBIT
- CeBIT 2010: BIND 10 is coming
internetling.com: Who could have, just a year ago, predicted the dramatic changes in the netbook operating system world? The release of Windows 7 and cheaper hardware launched an exciting race for users between Linux and Windows, forcing both to take it up a notch.
toolbox.com/blogs: Everybody loves statistics. Research and marketing companies especially love statistics. Where do these statistics come from?