OpenMW 0.31 implements a large number of game features from saving fog of war state to implementing murder crime to follower fast travel. When it comes to bug fixes, there's over 135 reported bug-fixes.
Spencer Hunley is an autistic professional, former Vice Chair of the Kansas City Mayor's Committee for People with Disabilities, and current board member of the Autism Society of the Heartland & ASAN's Kansas City chapter. In August, Spencer will be giving a talk, Universal Tux: Accessibility For Our Future Selves, at LinuxCon in Chicago. He also gave a talk, Maximizing Accessibility: Engaging People with Disabilities In The Linux Community, at LinuxCon North America 2013.
In this interview, Spencer provides an update on the state of accessibility in Linux and open source software.
The X.Org Server 1.16 release has almost 35,000 lines of new/changed code, per Keith's notes. X.Org Server 1.16 is one of the more exciting releases in recent times and represents about six months of development work. X.Org Server 1.17 is now on the table for late this year or early 2015. X.Org Server 1.16 is codenamed Marionberry Pie.
TuxMachines: Firefox OS Ecosystem Shows Strong Momentum and Expands Across New Devices, Markets and Categories
Firefox OS has unlocked the mobile ecosystem and is quickly expanding across a broad range of devices and product categories in Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific. Just one year after the first devices were launched, Firefox OS is now available on seven smartphones offered by five major operators in 15 countries, showing strong signs of ecosystem momentum and widespread industry adoption.
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As text:From: Lisa Type [mailto:<REDACTED>] Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2014 9:37 AM To: <REDACTED> Subject: Synergy Hi <REDACTED>, Your Synergy trial has now expired. Please could you advise feedback and if you require a quote? :-) Kind Regards, Lisa Type Enterprise Specialist Synergy Software US: +1-650-265-2044 UK: 020 3598 3068 synergy-enterprise.com I’m sorry Lisa, but I’m really uninterested in paying for this software. Synergy does a wonderful thing, and I use it all the time but I can’t call it great software. I’m afraid that Nick’s ability to test code and predict corner cases is abysmal at best. Frankly, I spend about as much time fixing Synergy as I spend using it. I expect more from software if I’m going to pay for it. I appreciate Synergy (and Nick’s effort) a lot, and I’ve already donated money to support continued development. I’m willing to take some shit with the shine for Free software, but if Nick wants to turn this into a business he needs to seriously reconsider code quality and his release process. A wonderful case in point (and you can add this to your bug tracker) is an endless loop of “license expired!” alerts after the enterprise version trial period is over. I was forced to kill the application manually because the alerts blocked input. It made uninstalling the enterprise version a very cynically validating experience. --- Hovis submitted by hovissimo
Have you ever wondered what the workspace of the world's most famous developer looks like? Well wonder no more. Linux creator Linus Torvalds invites you into his home office in this first-ever, personal tour of his workspace. It also includes behind the scenes laughs and footage, as well as a closer look at what he keeps on his desk and what he does between kernel releases. He also demonstrates how he uses his "zombie shuffling desk" (his walking desk) while working on the world's most ubiquitous software.
Nokia's Android experiment was fun while it lasted. Microsoft's Stephen Elop says: 'We plan to deliver additional lower-cost Lumia devices by shifting select future Nokia X designs and products to Windows Phone devices.'
Clonezilla Live, a Linux distribution based on DRBL, Partclone, and udpcast that allows users to do bare metal backup and recovery, is now at version 2.2.3-28 and is ready for testing.
LXer: Firefox OS Ecosystem Shows Strong Momentum and Expands Across New Devices, Markets and Categories
Red Bend Software is a community member of the AllSeen Alliance and a leader in mobile software management. More than 2 billion Red Bend-enabled devices use the company’s software and services for firmware over-the-air (FOTA) updating, application management, device management, device analytics and mobile virtualization.
As the title says I want to buy a SSD (most likely the 250GB Samsung 840 Basic) that I'd like to use for dual-booting Windows (Win 7 64-bit) and Linux (Xubuntu 14.04).
For Windows I'll have to take NTFS, Xubuntu will be installed on ext4 file system.
Now I'd like to know if anyone has been running into issues with a similar setup, whether with the bootmanager (grub 2) or something else?
Any input is highly welcome!submitted by Viking84