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- Public consultation on the European Interoperability Strategy (EIS)
IDABC: "Everyone interested in interoperability within the context of public service delivery is cordially invited to send suggestions aiming at contributing to the implementation of the European Interoperability Strategy."
- How do I run a remote Linux desktop in Windows?
Tech Republic: "Recently I wrote an article �How Do I Connect to a Remote Windows 7 Desktop from a Linux Machine� and was asked to show how to do the same trick � the other way around. You might assume this trick to be a challenge. You will be surprised how little of a challenge it really is."
- HipHop steals Web serving from Apache at Facebook
CIO: "Despite using the venerable LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP) stack to build one of the busiest sites on the Internet, Facebook is moving its main Web serving infrastructure from Apache to HipHop for PHP, which has its own embedded Web server."
- Fixing independent programmers' no-win scenario
Fatal Exception: "A hostile business climate is stifling entrepreneurship in software development, and the U.S. economy pays the price"
- Where is Mozilla Ubiquity?
Linux Planet: "One of the most interesting Mozilla Labs projects has now stagnated. Is the project dead? Does it have a future? The Mozilla developer who led the project tells all."
- The best way to reduce software 'piracy'
IT Wire: "The point of this tale? It just underlines the fact that the entire IT industry is built on overpriced products and services. People working in the business get away with it because IT is a complex business - and they are very good at making it seem even more complex than it is."
- Bordeaux Group Announces License Agreement With StormOS to Develop Bordeaux 2.2
Wine-Reviews: "The Bordeaux Technology Group announces it has signed an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement with StormOS to develop and further commercialise Bordeaux for Unix operating systems."
- Ogg Theora vs. H.264: head to head comparisons
ars Technica: "Streaming media consultant Jan Ozer conducted a hands-on comparison of Ogg and h264 in order to shed some light on the relative difference in encoding quality and performance. He has published the results of his comparison, including screen captures and sample clips, in a report at the Streaming Learning Center."
- Phishing, SQL Injection Attacks Surged in 2009
eSecurityPlanet: "Hackers continued to have great success taking advantage of vulnerabilities in applications, such as Adobe Systems' Acrobat, and Web browsers from Mozilla and Microsoft to compromise unsuspecting users' machines or data, according to IBM's annual X-Force Trend and Risk Report."
- How To: Change Timezone in Linux/Unix From
Geek Ride: "In a linux/unix system, the time is the number of seconds elapsed since midnight UTC on the morning of January 1, 1970, not counting leap seconds."
- 10 BitTorrent Client for Linux
Distrotest: "In this article, I didn't mention about softwares which don't have gui like rtorrent. In Linux there are more alternatives than following softwares'. I didn't use some of the softwares' last versions. I've also mentioned the versions which I used, near the titles. "
- Google, under antitrust scrutiny, points its finger at Microsoft
Tech Flash: "Google overnight confirmed reports that European regulators are looking into complaints that it's unfairly pushing down the rankings of some of its competitors in its search results. The company denied wrongdoing, and pointed out that Microsoft is connected to two of the three companies making complaints."
- Ubuntu goin' gray, like the Mac OS way?
Tech Source: "A source from inside the Ubuntu team has informed a blogger that there will be an important announcement coming from Canonical regarding a possible rebranding of Ubuntu."
- Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 3 Released - What's new?
OMG Ubuntu: "The third and final Alpha of the Lucid development cycle has been released this evening - but what can you expect to find inside?"
- Built to last
The Linux Foundation: "As it turned out, git was almost immediately useful, and has only become more so since. Making the development process work is git’s main claim to fame, but, as a side benefit, git also makes it possible to learn a lot about how our kernel is developed."
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