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An Interview with System76 co-founder Carl Richell

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Ubuntu

serial-coder.co.uk: I imagine quite a few of you have heard of System76. System76 is a company that provides and supports Ubuntu pre-installed laptops, desktops, and servers. What I expect is not so well known is the people behind System76. I thought it would be a nice idea to get to know them better.

People behind Debian: Mike Hommey, Firefox/Iceweasel maintainer

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Linux
Interviews

raphaelhertzog.com: For as long as I have known Mike, he’s been maintaining one of the largest (and most widely used) package: Iceweasel, Debian’s default web browser. It’s effectively Mozilla’s Firefox although it has been renamed to avoid some rules enforced by Mozilla’s trademark policy. But we might see Firefox back in Debian… read on to know Mike’s plans.

Exclusive Interview With Ubuntu's Jono Bacon

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Ubuntu

muktware.com: Jonathan Edward James Bacon or better known as Jono Bacon wears many hats. He is a writer, software developer, musician and a very good communicator. Jono created the UK Linux website, Linux UK; created the KDE::Enterprise website and KDE Usability Study. Most notably, Jono is the Ubuntu Community Manager at Canonical. Here is an exclusive interview/

CentOS 6: interview with Karanbir Singh

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Linux
Interviews

oneopensource.it: CentOS developers are working hardly to release CentOS 6, the latest incarnation of the popular Red Hat rebuild, widely used around the world. We decided to make some questions about CentOS 6 status to Karanbir Singh, a long time CentOS developer, part of the CentOS Admin team, infrastructure team and responsible for the CentOS Build services.

Frictional Games Interview

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Gaming

animatedead.com: Frictional Games was behind 2010’s most scary game, Amnesia: The Dark Descent. By some accounts, the most scary video game ever. Considered by fans, a spiritual successor to the well-received Penumbra series. Amnesia is their most critically acclaimed effort yet. We reached out for a few comments on their success and on being an indie developer.

exclusive interview with Linus Torvalds

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Linux
Interviews

omgubuntu.co.uk: Linus Torvalds has probably done more for the world than many know, and his influence stretches far and wide throughout all corners of the globe with a variety of amazing implementations of his original vision that started almost two decades ago.

The Audacity of Carla Schroder

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Software
Interviews

linux-magazine.com: In this exclusive Linux Pro Magazine interview, tell-it-like-it-is, Linux Today editor Carla Schroder talks about her latest book, The Book of Audacity , shares facts about herself you won’t find anywhere else, a peek into her current projects, and offers advice for women on making their own paths, encouraging children, and more.

What is the Evergreen Project? An interview with Wolfgang Rosenauer

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SUSE

e-tote-kala.blogspot: Having a distribution that gives you a two year support for ALL editions is another fascinating aspect of the openSUSE distribution. Being in a community that allows you to say that you think that this is not enough and that you want to do something with it is another one. Wolfgang Rosenauer believed that something like that would be useful to users and gave birth to Project Evergreen.

Skolelinux interview: Morten Amundsen

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Linux
Interviews

people.skolelinux.org: This time the Tromsø office of the Free software Centre and the newly elected board member of the association FRESH I've been speaking in my interview series with Skolelinux -people.

Exclusive interview with Unity’s Technical Lead Neil Patel

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Interviews
Ubuntu
  • Exclusive interview with Unity’s Technical Lead Neil Patel
  • News of 'Natty Narwhal' Preview What's Next For Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu's latest OS dissected for the Linux-curious
  • This is one gorgeous Narwhal themed, Natty coloured wallpaper
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