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today's leftovers:

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  • KDE Hybrid Launcher for Task Manager Plasmoid
  • File Commander - 32 bit text mode file manager and shell
  • The Slur “Open Core”: Toward More Diligent Analysis
  • Looking For Linux Hardware In A Easy Shopping List
  • Submit Unity Feedback for Ubuntu 11.04
  • KDE Commit Digest for 20 February 2011
  • Linux Basement - Episode 68 - Chad Likes Belts

some shorts:

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  • Handrawn-style Buuf icon theme updates
  • Full Circle Python Special Edition #01
  • 0 A.D. Alpha 4 is about to land
  • Pastebin Plasma widget
  • Linux From Scratch 6.8 Released

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  • Debian or Ubuntu, which is the best place to contribute?
  • Adventures in Debian
  • Debian 6.0 Branches Out Beyond the Project's Linux Roots
  • Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 3 Review, Screenshots, Download Links
  • Making your own Unity Place
  • GNOME 3 on Gentoo and related news
  • I’m biased, but still…
  • Fuduntu 14.9 Release Candidate ready
  • Sabayon Linux 5.5 XFCE, LXDE, E17 Released
  • Red Hat (RHT) Trading Near $42.51 Resistance Level
  • Novell Earnings Fall, But Linux Products Offer Hope
  • Justice eyes Microsoft-Novell patent deal
  • Canada's government ought to adopt Linux on all its computers
  • NVIDIA 270.30 Works With X.Org Server 1.10 Final
  • ZaReason Teo Pro Netbook: Test Drive Ready for Takeoff
  • Interview With Paulo José O. Amaro
  • Ask Richard Stallman anything!
  • Open Letter to Ableton
  • Opera Speed Dial now animates
  • Some Conky Favorites of mine
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2011.03.04
  • First migration of a Greek Public Organization to Free Software
  • Bacon Is Still Talked About For Fedora 16
  • The Sad State of Hashcash
  • Life is in alpha--Killing the myth of the open source failure
  • Meet the GIMP: Episode 157: Floating in the Air

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  • Ubuntu peppered with holes
  • 1 Bug Left: Firefox 4 Pretty Much Ready For RC
  • 10 things I miss about old school Linux
  • SUSE Manager based on Fedora Spacewalk
  • Novell Reports Financial Results for First Fiscal Quarter 2011
  • Dummy-Proof BitTorrent Download Client
  • Ubuntu-ready Cortex-A8 nettop and netbook drop prices
  • 'Linux kernel for the cloud' gets new government
  • Interview with Jamie “Boo”
  • GNOME 3 live image - revenge of the workspaces (aka 0.0.5)
  • Linux over Windows.. the argument continues
  • Rosegarden - Music editor and MIDI/audio sequencer
  • Is Red Hat violating the GPL?
  • Open Source Procurement: Subscriptions
  • E17- Enlighten your Desktop
  • The Important of Linux Gaming
  • Red Hat Brand guru John Adams analyzes the POSSE brand
  • digiKam Software Collection 2.0.0 beta3 is out...
  • ES: Cenatic nominates free and open source community for award
  • Impressions from the Southern California Linux Expo 9x
  • AFUL supports the Document Foundation and calls on public and private actors to follow suit
  • The BSA’s New Candlemakers
  • LibreOffice applied for GSoc 2011
  • Government open source plan hindered by lack of security clearance
  • Pain and Suffering in Germany, or How Linux Lost to XP
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 392
  • Linux Outlaws 194 - Nuclear Chicken

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  • An Update Is Available For Your Computer
  • Linus in Glamorous pictures?
  • DrupalCon Chicago is Only Days Away--Focused on Design, Usability
  • Track Me! Just Track Me, GNOME Project!
  • Mozilla Fortifies, Crashifies Firefox For Hacking Contest
  • Xnoise is a Fast, Lightwieght Music Player for Ubuntu
  • Bodhi Linux 0.1.6 RC2 - Quick look
  • Linux Mint 11 "Katya" to use GNOME 3
  • 5 of the Best Relational Database Management System for Linux
  • KDE Commit Digest for 13 February 2011
  • Is UNIX Cheaper Than Linux?
  • Debian announces first South American Security Mirror
  • German Open Source Experiment: Things Not Going To Plan
  • Kanotix 2011-03 Is Based on Debian 6 Squeeze
  • Open Source by Any Other Name...
  • Scrivener for Linux gets official beta release
  • Packt Publishing Supports OSS w/ $300,000
  • gEcrit - A new Python IDE intended for beginners
  • Oilrush Pre Order has begun!
  • FR: Candidats.fr initiative to raise election candidates’ awareness of free software
  • Upstart 1.0 “This is a fertile land, and we will thrive” released
  • Mozilla’s Comments in Response to the FTC’s Inquiry on Privacy
  • FLOSS Weekly 155: PacketFence

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  • A Restart For The Botched RandR 1.4
  • X.Org Server 1.11 Release Planned For Mid-August
  • LibreOffice Conference to be held in Paris this October
  • The Ins and Outs of Open Source Audits: Part One
  • froglogic Confident of the Qt Platform's Future
  • Sabayon “App Store”, abbr: Entropy Store
  • Scale 9x: Day 3
  • SCALE 9X: It’s a wrap
  • Software Freedom Is Elementary, My Dear Watson
  • Open Source Junction: cross-platform mobile apps
  • GNU/Linux in Turkey
  • Exciting developments in GNU Radio
  • True Open Standards; Open Source Next?
  • Is Linus’ Law still valid?
  • Boxee Gets $16 Million in Funding for Media Center
  • Windows shuts door on user, Linux welcomes the guest
  • Volume icons disappear from Ubuntu Places menu & Nautilus sidebar
  • Ubuntu 11.04 Live CD will offer Upgrade
  • Unity 3.6.0 Will Come with Option to Maximize Dash
  • openSUSE Build Service team releases new versions
  • Origins of Programming and Computers
  • Open Source Tool Helps US DoD Eye in the Sky
  • U.S. Government Configuration Baseline for RHEL 5
  • Free as in Freedom: Episode0x0A

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  • Linux-based Anti-virus rescue CDs
  • Btrfs May Be The Default File-System For Fedora 16
  • Five ideas for escaping the Blu-Ray blues
  • Novell openSUSE 11.4 nears completion. First Linux distro with LibreOffice
  • 3 Reasons Why Open Source Brings Better ROI
  • Legally open, socially closed: part 2
  • Further adventures in mobile Linux
  • Red Hat Announces Extended Lifecycle for RHEL 4
  • OpenOffice.org 3.4 Alpha Released
  • SI: Slovenian pub admins moving to open source desktops
  • Jacobsen v. Katzer concludes, Open Source wins
  • Arch’s Dirty Little Not-So-Secret
  • Arch's lax security for mirrors
  • Faster Help Browser coming for Ubuntu 11.04
  • Sun's Scott McNealy Recalls Triumphs, Near Misses
  • Next project-builder.org version will support Mageia

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  • Best Ubuntu 10.10 Feature
  • Day one at SCALE9X
  • LibreOffice gives OpenOffice a run for its Money
  • SCALE 9x: Day 2
  • Making the most of the planet
  • Emergence of the Tablets
  • Firefox Loves Linux | LAS | s15e08
  • Script to set the ‘NASA wallpaper of the day’ as your wallpaper daily
  • Linux Outlaws 193 - Comments Are Off

today's leftovers:

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HowTos
  • Stupid Unix Tricks: Workflow Control with GNU Make
  • Fedora - Missing /etc/syslog.conf a syslog configuration file
  • Peyote - Audio player with friendly MC-like interface
  • Ubuntu Software Center validating packages quality
  • Overthinking Embedded Systems
  • history of /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow files
  • Linux 2.6.38 EXT4, Btrfs File-System Benchmarks
  • A finished product: The weather clock project
  • AMD Opens Up XvBA Catalyst Linux Video API
  • Quickie Conference Report: Day One - SCALE 9x
  • Dwarf Fortress 0.31.19 Released
  • Saturday Mono Update
  • Meego: Can it survive?
  • Install free and open source photo processor Photivo in Ubuntu
  • Slax Community Remix Renamed to Porteus Portable Linux
  • Overview of Xrandr

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  • Installing Windows 7 SP1? Be Careful If Dual Boot Linux
  • Vehicle-mount PC offers dual-core Atom, choice of screens
  • SCALE: The Best Little-Big Open Source Conference
  • Quest Sponsors Open Source Project
  • Does Committing Code to an Open Source Project Mean Committing Career Suicide?
  • Tweak Center - Download Themes, Icons, Tweaks in USC (mockup)
  • Fedora 15 alpha delayed - Btrfs may be default in 16
  • magpie update now waaaaaaay faster!
  • NL: Three nominees for the ‘Open call for tenders of the year’
  • The first GNOME 3 User Day
  • Penguin Pills: A Single GUI For 9 Different Linux Antivirus Programs
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  • Yorubaname.com has gone opensource, codebase now on GitHub
    Online dictionary for yoruba names, YorubaName, has now made its backlog accessible to the public. In a post on their blog, the guys at YorubaName announced that the website codebase is now on GitHub.
  • A New Version of Rust Hits the Streets
    Version 1.9 of the Rust programming language has been released. Rust is a new language with a small but enthusiastic community of developers.
  • Here's how you can make a career in OpenStack
    OpenStack is one of the biggest open source movements. It is a free and open-source software platform for cloud computing, mostly deployed as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). The software platform consists of interrelated components that control hardware pools of processing, storage, and networking resources throughout a data centre. According to the official website, hundreds of the world's largest brands rely on OpenStack to run their businesses every day, reducing costs and helping them move faster. OpenStack has a strong ecosystem globally.
  • Compatibility before purity: Microsoft tweaks .NET Core again [Ed: Microsoft lied about .NET going Open Source; just forked it into Open Core version]
    Microsoft's open source fork of the .NET platform, called .NET Core, will be modified for better compatibility with existing applications, says Program Manager Immo Landwerth in a recent post.
  • EMC Ships Open Source Tool for Cloud and IoT Devices
  • Watch Benjamin Hindman Co-Creator of Apache Mesos Speak Live Tomorrow at MesosCon [Ed: Microsoft proxy in a sense]
  • MesosCon Preview: Q&A with Twitter’s Chris Pinkham
  • How to secure your open source code [Ed: more marketing nonsense of Black Duck]
  • Luxembourg launches open data portal
    The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg officially launched its national open data portal data.public.lu on April 8th. This portal, supported by Digital Luxembourg, the government agency in charge of digital affairs in the country, was presented during the Game of Code hackathon.
  • Denmark to accelerate government digitisation
    Open standards The existing shared solutions are to be adopted by all authorities and public sector institutions where relevant, according to a presentation in English. “Shared solutions need to be stable, secure and user-friendly, they will also be easy to implement because the infrastructure is based on open standards.” The strategy, an agreement involving the government, regions and municipalities, was announced on 12 May. It includes 33 initiatives, which among other things deal with ease of use, reuse of data, IT architecture, growth, security and digital skills, DIGST says.