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today's leftovers:

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  • Ubuntu Software Center Gets A History Tab
  • for every new user of chrome, there are 2.5 new firefox users
  • Ballmer: We Wasted Too Many Years on Vista
  • I hate websites with light text on dark background
  • The State Of The X.Org Server 1.9 Release
  • SystemRescueCd updated
  • Brainshare : un mariage Novell-Mandriva?
  • a gentoo uptime record?
  • ‘Future Is Bright For Open Source Enthusiasts’
  • Denmark Finance ministry: 'Open standards advance competition, lower cost'
  • Is Google's WebM a game-changer or a big mess?
  • Patents (and Amarok)

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  • HP Confirms Plans for webOS Slates, Web-Connected Printers
  • Another Educational Institute Opens Its Gates to Open Source
  • Codeplex hopes Walli can heal breach with open source
  • In love with “Digital: a Love Story”
  • Ubuntu _ open or not?
  • For secure access, try this limited shell
  • Opera reports a loss
  • Why Businesses Need To Work More Together On Open Source
  • Next Testing Version of PC-BSD Available
  • SouthEast LinuxFest names speakers
  • DtO: Everybody Panic!
  • Business as usual for Mandriva?
  • libface gets Face Recognition
  • Russel Crowe's Robin Hood Is Powered By Linux

today's leftovers:

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  • Is Firefox Headed Towards A Massive Decline? Its Co-Founder Thinks So
  • Depend on what you use
  • Open sound series: Part 2 - OpenChord.org
  • Command line video processing using FOSS
  • Kno to Unveil its Dual Screen Linux Tablet in June
  • Going where no gearheads have gone before…
  • PC-BSD 7.1.1 on Samsung NC10 & Acer Aspire 1
  • Fighting patent aggression the open source way
  • Some Mandriva Wallpapers from Mandriva-Art
  • Jailer frees developers who test database apps
  • Automation Development Lab Joins Linux Foundation
  • Sheldon’s favorite linux based operating system
  • Transgaming customers can now save 25% off CrossOver Games
  • Help support free software - donate today
  • Hugin and patents
  • Stefano Zacchiroli (Debian Leader): Local communities are important
  • Red Hat Services Pathways

today's leftovers:

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  • Clementine attractively simple music player organizer
  • Gentoo Foundation needs Accounting/Finance
  • Fedora 13 - Ready to roll
  • The Linux Action Show! s12e01 - Fedora 13 Review
  • More On PCLinuxOS 2010
  • USSD queries for 3G modems in Linux
  • Early Release Schedules For Ubuntu 11.04, 11.10, 12.04 LTS
  • LM_Sensors Finally Gets Better Intel CPU Support
  • Malta Government starts open source user group
  • Linuxcare returns with focus in the cloud
  • Blur Effect enabled by default KDE
  • Forrester Research using Drupal
  • U.S. Department of Commerce using Drupal
  • eMachines Bring Power Of Linux To India
  • UDS Group Photo Thanks Hugin
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #193
  • New AWN is Beautifully Awesome
  • Palm’s webOS installed and running on old Dell laptop
  • The End Is Nigh For RHEL 3

today's leftovers & howtos:

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HowTos
  • A Quick Gimp Tutorial For Hiding People
  • SSC specifies open source software in tender process
  • Ubuntu 10.04 installation fun
  • Origami class: Fun with screen-vs
  • Decibel – Simple Audio Player For Linux
  • The Berkeley DB fiasco — Barely avoided
  • Firefox 3.6.4 Build 4 Released
  • TouchFreeze 0.2.5 for Linux
  • VideoLink, assembles a DVD video filesystem
  • Meet the GIMP: Episode 140
  • Alternative widgets explorer [Plasma]
  • Creating a scalable virtualization cluster with Ganeti
  • [AVATAR] Become a real Na'Vi using GIMP

today's leftovers:

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  • Quake-Live Follow-Up: Strategy Observations
  • Pidgin 2.7.0: Movin' on Up
  • Carving up the corpse of Fluxbuntu
  • Using qemu to instrument Windows
  • Why Illumination Software Creator is Important
  • Akonadi Meeting and the KDE SC 4.5 release
  • Android Surges Into Second Place
  • Litl Plans to Launch Web-Connected TV Box
  • Chromium daily shifts buttons to left for Ubuntu
  • Penumbra: Overture, HPL1 Engine And OALWrapper Released As Open Source
  • More Images Of What Chrome OS Will Probably Look Like
  • Whoops! Google Says It Collected Private Data by Mistake
  • prll is a pearl of a utility for parallel command execution
  • Whats up in KDE Remote Desktop Client?
  • Time to Stop Preaching to the Converted?
  • Btrfs May Be The Default File-System In Ubuntu 10.10

today's leftovers:

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  • Heroes Of Newerth Gone Retail
  • Canceling MOTU
  • Mozilla Proposes Search-Based Extension Distribution
  • Bricsys Releases Briscad V10 Beta for Linux
  • gtk icon cache search tool
  • Buffalo Technology embraces opensource firmware
  • The X.Org, Mesa Plans For Ubuntu 10.10
  • Combing Github for Games
  • Network video recorder, powered by Linux
  • Review: A Practical Guide to Fedora and Red Hat
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 2 Episode 8
  • My PCLinuxOS Desktop
  • Ubuntu open to greater touch
  • Sync Your Life
  • Shotwell to Replace F-Spot in upcoming Ubuntu
  • Suricata – Open Source Intrusion Detection

today's leftovers:

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  • Being KDE
  • Kuwait Ministry of Electricity & Water Migrates to Red Hat
  • The Graduate's Guide To Finding Work In Open Source
  • Gentoo just makes sense!
  • Bash scripts to scan and monitor network
  • Ubuntu Has Plans For Btrfs In 2011, 2012
  • Nautilus-Elementary With Zeitgeist Brings Semantic file browsing to Ubuntu [Screencast]
  • A US Army Federal Employee's Linux Workspace
  • The Ubuntu Support and Learning Center
  • Reseting your system wide cursor theme in ubuntu
  • Evaluate Open Source Software
  • Facebook has problems, Diaspora isn't one of them
  • Linux Outlaws 148 - You Cannot Grep People

today's leftovers:

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  • Linux differences aside, a big legal victory
  • Why Perl isn't Going Away
  • Does Open Source Indemnification Matter?
  • Linux users need a Microsoft Office license to use Office Web Apps
  • A Detailed Look At The ATI Linux Power Management
  • MeeGo Using Btrfs As Default File-System
  • Brotherly advice about open source licensing for startups
  • Linux: King of the Hill
  • The First GTK+ 3.0 Test Release
  • GNOME Marketing Hackfest – Zaragoza
  • Who Says Desktop Linux Is Doomed?
  • What's all the fuss about Peppermint OS?
  • Ubuntu 10.04 LTS is Great But ...
  • Alien Arena 2010
  • Firefox 4 release plan: the need for speed
  • Getting menubars out of application windows…
  • Warp Speed – 2D Multiplayer Shooter
  • X.Org Server 1.8.1 Released To The Wild
  • SFLS: Episode 0x27: Talking about Software Freedom

today's leftovers and howtos:

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HowTos
  • Fix Volume Range Issue in PulseAudio
  • Bash Positional Parameters Explained with 2 Example Shell Scripts
  • Install XScreensaver for extra screensavers Ubuntu 10.04 LTS "Lucid Lynx"
  • Mount, Encrypt and Manage Image file and Physical Disk Drives - eMount
  • Linux 2.6.34 Kernel Is Likely On Its Last RC
  • New Features In Firewall Builder 4.0
  • [SOLVED] konversation has no window decorations
  • PlayDeb
  • Linux Mint 9 ETA
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