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Keeping 1000 devs focused: new Debian leader speaks

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itwire.com: Ten days back, the new leader of the Debian GNU/Linux project, Stefano Zacchiroli, began his term as the only elected leader of a free software project. But that's not the only thing that makes Debian unique in the FOSS space.

Wubi Installer and the Ubiquitous Ubuntu

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robertogaloppini.net: Wubi, the famous Windows Ubuntu installer, is probably one of the reasons why Ubuntu is the most popular Linux desktop distro, at least among Windows users.

Open Source Communities: Canonical, Ubuntu and Jono Bacon

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robertogaloppini.net: Recently MuleSource partnered with Canonical to improve Tomcat packaging for Ubuntu and Debian. To learn more about Ubuntu I managed to pose few questions to Jono, Ubuntu’s community manager and author of “The Art of Community”.

Interview with Thiago Macieira

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  • Interview with Thiago Macieira
  • People of openSUSE: Andrew Wafaa
  • Canonical CTO, Matt Zimmerman

Cooking with Marcel

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linux-magazine.com: The writer of six books on free and open source software (FOSS) for Addison-Wesley, as well as SysAdmin Corner and the extraordinarily popular Linux Journal column "Cooking with Linux," Gagné took an uncharacteristically quiet moment at the recent Calgary Open Source Systems Festival (COSSFest) to talk to me.

Q&A with Jim Zemlin

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crunchgear.com: Today marks the start of the fourth annual Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit. I exchanged emails with Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, about the Summit, and the state of Linux in general.

Aaron Seigo on the Future of KDE

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itmanagement.earthweb.com: No one is better qualified to talk about the state of the KDE desktop than Aaron Seigo. A former member of the board of KDE e.V, the German non-profit that oversees the project, Seigo is a lead developer on the desktop. Last weekend, I interviewed him at the Calgary Open Source Systems Festival, COSSFest, in front of an audience, on where KDE is today and where it is heading.

Brian Aker on post-Oracle MySQL

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radar.oreilly.com: Brian Aker parted ways with the mainstream MySQL release, and with Sun Microsystems, when Sun was acquired by Oracle. In time for next week's MySQL Conference & Expo, Aker discussed a number of topics with us, including Oracle's motivations for buying Sun and the rise of NoSQL.

coupla interviews:

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  • Five questions about building community with Chris Blizzard of Mozilla
  • Chris Johnston from the Ubuntu Beginners Team

Penguins converge on Austin Texas

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linuxlock.blogspot: Austin is beautiful in the spring...enjoy it while you can because spring heralds summer. That's why the people organizing the Texas Linux Fest chose April to hold their event.

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