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gNewSense Reviewed, Thanking Packagers, and Linux Jobs

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Today's news search found Bryan Lunduke's review of gNewSense 3.1, the latest from one of the few distributions approved by the Free Software Foundation. Luis Ibanez says we should thank our packagers for keeping our distributions running so smoothly. And Amanda McPherson looked at the job situation for Linux developers and administrators.

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