raphaelhertzog.com: Mehdi is a Debian developer for a bit more than a year, and he’s already part of the Debian Release Team. His story is quite typical in that he started there by trying to help while observing the team do its work.
wolf911.us: Oh oh oooh! Merry Christmas! While Santa announced the intention of suing me because he thinks I’m stealing his job, for the third time in a row, I am very pleased to announce that THAT TIME of the year has come again!
ostatic.com: Last we heard from Mageia they had chosen their logo and set up infrastructure, teams, and roadmap. Now they are beginning to get into the nuts and bolts of organizing the packaging process.
jeffhoogland.blogspot: In case you haven't noticed I've had a bit of an obsession with the Enlightenment desktop of the late. Even though this desktop is fantastic there are currently not very many distributions that utilize it. Today I would like to take the time to mention those that offer a version with my favorite desktop
go2linux.org: I first met Debian because of Ubuntu (I was using Fedora in that time), I was introduced to Ubuntu Dapper Drake in August 2006 more or less, and then when I realized it was based on Debian, I decided to test Debian, and started with Debian Sarge the stable release in that time.
linuxplanet.com: 2010 was a big year for Linux, with four major kernel releases, multiple enterprise Linux updates and some large vendor shifts that will likely affect the Linux market for years to come.
itworld.com: There's a cartoon that made the rounds in the Linux community a few years back that I often think of at this time of year. In essence, it depicts a Linux aficionado refusing to help convince someone to switch to Linux, explaining, "If everyone's using it, I'm not cool anymore." What if everyone ran Linux?
zdnet.com/blog: Red Hat executives say they are going after Windows workloads in the enterprise and winning their share of deals. However, the effort will take time and the battle is really over new computing workloads.
gnulinuxuser.wordpress: I booted a Live CD of Linux Mint 10, nicely named Julia, and waited for the boot. The booting didn’t take much longer than average but longer than I would have liked.
mybroadband.co.za: Saying with any certainty which are the ten most popular Linux releases is not completely straight forward - there are too many variables - but a site such as Distrowatch maintains a list of the Linux distributions being talked about the most on the site. Using this we can build a relatively good list of popularity: