pcworld.com: The past year was a tempestuous one in the world of desktop operating systems, it seems fair to say, with big changes occurring in just about all of the major contenders.
- Reviews: An enlightening experience - Bodhi Linux 1.3.0
- News: Bodhi release plans, Deepin Software Centre, Linux Mint's Cinnamon, Pardus "restructuring", end of LinEx, SELinux tips, overview of Clonezilla
- Statistics: Page Hit Ranking in 2010 and 2011
- Questions and answers: Creating ISO images
- Released last week: Dreamlinux 5, ExTiX 9, Linux Deepin 11.12, Netrunner 4.0, Calculate Linux 11.12
- New additions: ROSA, siduction
itworld.com: Just before the start of my holiday vacation, I went ahead and updated my old Froyo Android phone to the new Galaxy Nexus running Ice Cream Sandwich, promptly becoming a statistic in a new trend: buying new hardware to update software.
pclinuxos2007.blogspot: 2012 is a few hours away. Thankfully, no one is claiming that "Year of the Linux Desktop" anymore across OSS fora or other social media on the web.
- Comparison OpenSUSE 12.1 vs Fedora 16
- openSUSE 12.1 – Great Release
- openSUSE 12.1 Reveiew
thevarguy.com: The “year in review” pieces that proliferate old and new media alike around this time of year get tedious pretty fast. But because I’ve yet to see a good compilation of the major developments — and there were plenty of them — that affected desktop Linux in 2011, I couldn’t think of any better topic for my last post of the month.
computerworlduk.com: Given Zemlin's unique perspective as someone at the heart of the open source community (see Part I of this interview), I was keen to hear his views on why he thought Linux was becoming so successful in the embedded sector. His analysis was interesting:
ubuntumanual.org: GNU/Linux distros Chakra and Pinguy feature in the Top 25 fastest growing projects compiled by SourceForge. So find out who else features in the list...
junauza.com: As we say goodbye to a momentous 2011, it’s time to reflect on some of the big happenings in the FOSS world. Thus, having witnessed what is perhaps the best ‘distro war’ ever, it’s time to showcase the winners.
mybroadband.co.za: Picking the top ten Linux distributions is a tricky business. Here’s our choice.