major.io: I’m not a Windows or Mac basher. My main goal for switching to Linux is to reduce clutter. While at this year’s Red Hat Summit, I saw someone using Linux on a laptop and I asked: “How do you survive on Linux at your office?” In an effort to free up my time at work for the important stuff, I’m moving to Linux.
koryavov.net: Some time ago I wrote a post about my job where also said that GNU/Linux distros are still not rivals for MS Windows and Apple MacOS X on desktops. One thing should be mentioned here: this is true if we speak only about usability and not "ideology". It is time to answer for my words. So, let's speak about this.
readwrite.com: Linux just turned 22 and the open source revolution it sparked is just getting started, two experts suggest.
everydaylinuxuser.com: One of the most talked about Linux distributions over the past couple of months is Elementary OS. Elementary has been reviewed everywhere from linuxuser.co.uk to the Linux Action Show. Now it is my turn.
linux-blog.org: Many times in IT job settings, you’ll find that you need to become one of ‘the good ole boys’ in order to accomplish your job. You have to like the things others’ like (or pretend to), you have to laugh at the things others’ laugh at. In other words, you may have to become all things to all people. It’s stupid that things are this way…
ostatic.com: Wallpaper contests are among my favorite things and today the OpenMandriva bunch announced the latest for their upcoming Lx release. The theme is "The Flavor of Freedom," so warm up your GIMP, Inkscape, or whatever you use and get your submissions in.
mylinuxrig.com: Emmanuele’s interview is wonderful because he embodies the true spirit of open source software — he sees broken things and he fixes them. It sounds simple, but it’s people like Emmanuele that make Linux possible. His setup is GNOME-intensive, as you might expect from someone on the board of the GNOME Foundation.
garron.me: I have installed a week ago with Elementary Luna, if you like GNU/Linux operating Linux, then you should have heard about Elementary Luna but if not, I will tell you that Elementary Luna is a new GNU/Linux distribution that is based on Ubuntu 12.04, the last Long term Ubuntu released.
Welcome to this year's 34th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! Software freedom is an important aspect of the GNU/Linux community. The concept and practice of sharing source code and taking steps to make sure the code remains available for people to use, modify and redistribute is a key part of what makes the Linux ecosystem work. Free software isn't just a development model, it is also a philosophy which conveys rights to the individual users of the software. This week we focus on software freedom.
insidermonkey.com: Is Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) a buy or a sell? If you were to ask many investors, hedge funds are seen as delayed, old financial vehicles of a forgotten age. Let's analyze the latest info for Red Hat, Inc.