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  • Raster Graphics System in KDE 4

  • Free Desktop Communities come together at the Gran Canaria
  • Desktop Summit

  • Open Multiple Links At Once In Firefox
  • Add A Search Engine to Firefox Search Bar
  • Progress with Pardusman on Web
  • Debian stable(?) on the HP Mini
  • Tweet From your KDE 4 Desktop
  • Checking Chrome on Linux
  • Is Google's open-source advocacy a patent-busting scheme?
  • Is Google spending $106.5m to open source a codec?
  • AMD Releases OpenCL SDK For Linux Too
  • BOH lands on Linux
  • An ever increasing entropy war with CentOS
  • A Perfect Illustration of Why I Now Choose Scientific Linux Over CentOS
  • Is Your Linux Distro Here For The Long Haul?
  • Amanda McPherson: The Value of Linux Job Skills Rises 50%
  • Linux UI designer working on netbook-optimized calendar, mail

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  • My Top 3 Chrome Extension

  • List of Guides for Linux Newbies
  • 5 Free Online Open Source Books for Beginners
  • Openbravo Broadens Support for Ubuntu with ERP Package
  • Don Becker On The State Of HPC
  • Google Drills Into Open Source Code
  • Java In Linux
  • 28 Partitions on a Single Disk?
  • Canonical's Closed Landscape
  • New maintainers for GNU GRUB
  • Artha: A GUI for WordNet
  • No Intel Poulsbo Driver For Ubuntu 9.10
  • FSLint Helps You Clean Up Your Files
  • Featured App: SuperTux
  • Amending GLEP 39
  • Get Hot New Stuff support in Aurorae
  • An early peek at Ubuntu 9.10
  • Embedded Android code goes open source
  • Red Hat pushes certification program amid Linux wave
  • The Desktop DingDong
  • xkcd: Supported Features
  • Python Python Python
  • Linux Outlaws 105 - Sean's Sugar Lumps
  • Tuxradar: Podcast Season 1 Episode 14

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  • Are tiny fonts the new black? Why?

  • Phoronix Test Suite 2.0, PTS Desktop Live 2009.3 Released
  • Defcon: What to leave at home and other do's and don'ts
  • How open source management software stacks up
  • A Million Simultaneous Linux Kernels Offer Insight into Botnets
  • NVIDIA Shows Linux Compatible Ray-Tracing Engine
  • Ubuntu Maryland Team Software Freedom Day 2009
  • Click2try Delivers Method for Apps to Launch from Any Site
  • PHP 5.3 Not In Next Version Of Ubuntu
  • about:mozilla - Aug 4
  • openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 82
  • SFLS - Episode 0x13: Justin Erenkrantz of the Apache Software Foundation
  • Users are not the lusers you think they are.
  • Business Features Will Be Added To Android OSS
  • Friends of GNOME Update
  • Linux Just As Gooey As Windows And Mac
  • Move Over FrontRow - say hello to "Cheese"

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  • Sam Ramji: Why Microsoft contributed to open source

  • Reader Polls: Google Is Both Ubuntu Rival, Friend
  • SUSE's Amazing Software Vending Machine
  • Pulling Some Pranks
  • ReiserFS Without Big Kernel Lock
  • Google Apps Campaign: How Not to Influence IT Experts
  • Wallpaper a Day - Day (-5)
  • Syncfusion Raises Funds for One Laptop per Child
  • Compiz Running With Mesa On R600/700 GPUs
  • Red Hat's POSSE introduces academics to FOSS
  • openSUSE Source Services 0.0.1, no more writing SPEC files?
  • Scientists get a million Linux kernels to run at once
  • Cisco Systems: Falling for Red Hat?
  • Ubuntu 9.04 – First Impressions
  • Is server virtualization boosting Linux adoption?

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  • SSDs and filesystems

  • Manage your Active Directory from Linux with adtool
  • Setting Local Time on a Linux Server
  • Mepis Update
  • Chemistry Graphics Hassle on Ubuntu
  • Geek & Poke: In The Age Of FLOSS And Web 2.0 - Part 1
  • Wallpaper a Day - Day (-4)
  • Linux Update does not own my machine
  • Arch /dev layout cleanup
  • No More openSUSE
  • Net Applications: Apple just lost half its ‘market share’
  • The Linux Action Show: Season 10 Episode 10

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  • archlinux live with gnome

  • Shell Script To Rename File Name To Lowercase
  • Setting CFLAGS on a per-package basis
  • How to set your wallpaper in wmii with feh
  • Conky - A Light-Weight System Monitor Tool For Ubuntu Linux
  • FLOSS Weekly 80: ScummVM
  • Subsonic: another music server
  • Episode 3 – Linux Basics
  • Using Firefox + NoRedirect Extension to Avoid DNS Hijacking
  • Marble is a polished jewel
  • Mozilla preps second update for Firefox 3.5
  • Microsoft drops plan for Windows 7 without browser
  • Interview Gentoo Developer Robin H. Johnson

some odds & ends:

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  • A first look at Eclipse 4

  • Amiga on Ubuntu
  • Dell Mini and Kernel 2.6.28-14
  • Fedora on Dell Vostro 1310
  • Exploring RAID in OpenSUSE 11.1
  • Analysts wake up to open source
  • Ubuntu - Mono = Chicken
  • Mandriva Linux 2010 Alpha 2 is now available
  • Wallaper a Day - Day (-2)
  • Wallpaper a Day - Day (-3)
  • Open source goes to Washington
  • Why Choose Open Source?
  • Open Source Unified Computing Magazine
  • Sockso: A Personal Music Server
  • SUSE Studio Is a Boon for Organizations Using Novell's Linux Distros

Skype shutdown: where are free software and free protocols?

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Free software is definitely going strong in some areas, especially in the server market. However, there are other areas where free software and free protocols have failed.

some odds & ends:

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  • Canonical to offer Ubuntu desktop support

  • Survey: Linux expertise in demand
  • MySQL startup targets SSDs
  • Arora: A light-weight, cross-platform web browser based on WebKit
  • Fedora needs PHP/JavaScript hackers
  • Is Anyone at OLPC Actually Doing Windows-on-XO work?
  • a mono proposal
  • 5 Beautiful, Recently Updated Ubuntu Themes
  • Open Source: The Way, Not The Goal
  • Firefox Approaches 1 Billion Downloads, Could Hit It Tomorrow
  • CentOS developers threaten mutiny
  • Another (Red) Hat into the Ring
  • Wallpaper a Day - Day (-1)
  • Linux Virtualization with a lot of Moxie: ProxMox
  • Microsoft says Intel, HP 'Actively' Working with Linux
  • Alsaequal scratches the itch
  • Africa- A Fertile ground for Open Source and Linux

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  • Vim Gives to Charity and Gives Back to Donors

  • Ubuntu Hard Lock – Not What I Thought
  • BIND name server vulnerable to DoS attacks
  • Boot-Up Manager: a graphical runlevel editor
  • Success with FOSS
  • Alan Cox Quits As Linux TTY Maintainer
  • Compiz Fusion boost my 3D performance
  • On The FAA's Slow And Steady SWIM To Open Source
  • An Updated ATI Kernel Mode-Setting Driver
  • Mozilla starts preparing developers for Firefox 3.6
  • Enterprise IT Hits Bottom - Open Source Holds an Intervention
  • Internet Systems Consortium using Drupal
  • Wallpaper a Day - Day 0
  • Create your own system branding
  • Free Books For Approved LoCo Teams
  • Median filter in GIMP is called despeckle filter
  • Post-OSCON roundup
  • Easy Netbook Linux
  • OpenGL Programming Guide
  • Dell: New Ubuntu Desktop PC Within Days
  • Ubuntu Experiment – Part 1
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