livejournal.com/shlomif: Ubuntu can't have all the fun only for itself", open source distributors are saying as they rush to copy its Bug No. 1 titled "Microsoft has a majority market share".
linuxinsider.com: "YES YES YES! This is something I've been saying for years," said Slashdot blogger hairyfeet. "Do Windows and OSX have a command line? Yep, but NOBODY outside of servers and power users EVER uses it."
phoronix.com: With three laptops representing different generations of mobile hardware, we loaded up the past four stable releases of Fedora Linux plus the most recent Fedora 14 Alpha release and then carried out an arsenal of tests looking at how the battery power consumption rate has changed since 2008.
blog.lpi.org: It was early 1998, and the commercial side of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) was beginning to flourish. It was at this time that a few of the member companies of Linux International started thinking about certification efforts for FOSS professionals.
blogs.computerworld: A few months back Glyn Moody, noted open-source journalist, asked the question, "Why No Billion-Dollar Open Source Companies?" Guess what? Red Hat is on its way.
reuters.com: Red Hat Inc (RHT.N) reported lower fiscal second-quarter profit on Wednesday but still beat Wall Street forecasts as sales of its software rose sharply.
standardsandfreedom.net: There’s a certain movement these days in the world of GNU/Linux distributions. I think we are experiencing one of these moments that starts with a question that has been asked and heard many times -
linuxjournal.com: Sorry, but your system does not meet the minimum system requirements (Adobe). The all-new Yahoo! Mail has not been tested with your operating system (Yahoo). What do these two messages have in common?
itwire.com: The Debian GNU/Linux project has announced that it will be welcoming as full project members those who make a contribution other than packaging applications.