debian.org: The Debian Project is pleased to announce that it will be present at several events in the coming weeks, ranging from developer oriented conferences to user oriented trade fairs. As usual, upcoming events are also listed on our website.
- Red Hat Mogul Sued for $30 Million
- Red Hat Pops On Upgrade
- sellers abandoning shares of red hat on 1.2x above-average volume
- TBJ poll: Red Hat should move HQ to downtown Raleigh
zdnet.co.uk: Articles on the use of Linux for educational purposes have come up frequently, some focus on the use of Linux in educational institutions. Often times, these institutions are looking to save as much money as possible, and using Linux can be a good option for just that reason.
linuxbsdos.com: Pardus is a desktop-oriented Linux distribution with roots in the National Research Institute of Electronics and Cryptology (UEKAE), Turkey. This article is a review of Pardus 2011, the latest stable release, which was made available for download on January 20, 2011.
Also: My Netbook running Pardus 2011
g33q.co.za: Linux Mint 10 Julia has been around for a while now, but I have not gotten around to reviewing it. Now after using it for a while and getting to know it I decided to write up and post a review of this, arguably the best Linux Distro available.
ubuntuvibes.com: Bodhi Linux is a light weight and minimalistic distribution in development that is based on Enlightenment 'E 17' Desktop Environment. At its core, Bodhi Linux is based on Ubuntu 10.04.
eyeonlinux.com: Dreamlinux has been requested a number of times since the blog launched, and this week I’ve finally gotten around to taking a peek at it. Dreamlinux is based on Debian and it comes with Xfce or GNOME as the default desktop. I picked the GNOME version for this quick look.
earthweb.com: All Linux distributions are supposed to be free, but some distributions are freer than others. Because some gaps remain in free software functionality, many distributions, including Ubuntu, include proprietary applications. Here are brief descriptions of each of them to help you make up your mind:
internetnews.com: "At this time, the Infrastructure Team has evidence that indicates the account credentials were compromised externally, and that the Fedora Infrastructure was not subject to any code vulnerability or exploit," Fedora Project Leader Jared Smith stated.
ostatic.com: The idea of one universal package format for all distributions has been batted around a few times over the years. One of the most notable was Ryan C. Gordon's idea of FatELF files. Well, it seems a new team from major distributions is coming together to implement a "common application installer API and infrastructure."