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Fuduntu 14.10: An interview with Andrew Wyatt 'Fewt'

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cristalinux.blogspot: It was around 6 months ago that I got in touch with Andrew Wyatt (a.k.a. Fewt, lead developer for Fuduntu) to REVIEW release 14.7 of his distro FUDUNTU. Fewt kindly answered a number of questions which provided context to why Fuduntu was shaping up the way it was.

A window to open source OS w/ Prakash Advani

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Ubuntu

thehindubusinessline.com: “The vision for Ubuntu is part social and part economic: free software, available free of charge to everybody on the same terms, and funded through a portfolio of services provided by Canonical.”

People behin Debian: Sam Hartman, Kerberos package maintainer

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raphaelhertzog.com: Sam Hartman is a Debian developer since 2000. He has never taken any sort of official role within Debian (that is besides package maintainer), yet I know him for his very thoughtful contributions to discussions both on mailing lists and IRL during Debconf.

People of openSUSE: Christos Bountalis

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SUSE

news.opensuse.org: I am Christos, i am 25 years old and I live in Salamis a small island near Athens, Greece. I just finished my studies for a Bsc in computer Science. I enjoy music, programming, playing games, and of course going out with friends.

Meet Claire Rowland, Desktop Summit Keynote Speaker

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dot.kde.org: Claire Rowland, user experience guru, will be a featured keynote speaker at this summer's Desktop Summit 2011 in Berlin. William Carlson talked with Claire to find out more about her and her work.

Q&A With Linux Foundation's Jim Zemlin, Part 2

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linuxinsider.com: Where is Linux going? For Part 2 of this interview, LinuxInsider continued speaking with Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin to discuss Linux in a wider variety of technology, new programs intended to make it easier for businesses to switch.

LibreOffice Developer Interview : Markus Mohrhard

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documentfoundation.org: Coding LibreOffice to relax a bit from studying tough mathematical problems? Reed why and how Markus Mohrhard works on LibreOffice!

Q&A With Linux Foundation's Jim Zemlin

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linuxinsider.com: In 2007, Linux was heralded as the desktop of the future. What happened, and where is Linux going? LinuxInsider sat down with Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin for an exclusive interview to get to the bottom of things.

People behind Debian: Philipp Kern, Stable Release Manager

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raphaelhertzog.com: Philipp is a Debian developer since 2005 and a member of the release team since 2008. Since he took the responsibility of Stable Release Manager, the process has evolved for the best. I asked him to explain.

'Proprietary software keeps users helpless'

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OSS

techradar.com: Without Richard Matthew Stallman there would be no GNU, and without GNU there would be no Linux distributions as we know them today. Linux Format magazine met Richard at the Institute of Engineering and Technology in London, and put to him some of the questions you asked…

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