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- How To Set Up WebDAV With Lighttpd On Ubuntu 9.10
HowtoForge: "This guide explains how to set up WebDAV with lighttpd on an Ubuntu 9.10 server."
- Redesigning Ubuntu: behind the scenes on 10.04
Linux User: "The next version of Ubuntu � codename Lucid Lynx � will be the 10.04 release, and is scheduled to be released and declared stable in April. As a long-term support version, coupled with increasing popularity, this is undoubtedly the most important Ubuntu release to date."
- Google open sources reMail
The H Open: "Following its recent acquisition by Google last month and removal from the App Store, reMail has now been released to the open source community."
- Ubuntu for Mainframes?: Not Quite
The VAR Guy: "Canonical wants Ubuntu Linux to run on a range of devices � from mobile Internet devices all the way up to high-end servers and cloud systems."
- James Bottomley Speaks
Linux User: "I'm a distinguished engineer at Novell. My primary role for the Linux kernel is to be SCSI subsystem maintainer, which means I have to run a Git tree for Linux and manage a mailing-list-based community."
- Victoria expands Linux e-voting rollout
Delimiter: "Victoria's Electoral Commission has flagged plans to expand its use of electronic voting kiosks based on Linux software in the next state election in November this year."
- Unix History
levenez.com: "This is a simplified diagram of unix history."
- Google sheds light on Chrome OS Netbook security
IT World: "Google's Chrome OS Netbook will feature a host of built-in security technologies designed to protect users from malware and other threats."
- The Scoop on LibrePlanet: Interview with Deborah Nicholson of the FSF
OStatic: "This year's LibrePlanet is going to feature a new 'Women's Caucus,' a day-long track on Sunday to boost participation by women in free software projects."
- aLinux 12.9 � A Blast From the Past
OSTalks: "Peanut Linux was what started me fully in experimenting and implementing linux on my desktop, and indirectly introduced me to learn server administration on my own."
- 137 years of Popular Science Magazine now online
Download Squad: "The entire 137 year archive of Popular Science Magazine is now available for online free browsing."
- The newbie's guide to hacking the Linux kernel
TuxRadar: "We asked prolific kernel hacker (and Linux Format reader!) Greg Kroah-Hartman to tell us what it takes for newbies to patch the Linux kernel - here's what he had to say."
- Guest post: 2010 - Threats to copyleft
OSS Watch: "Combining freedoms and copyleft in the Gnu GPL license (invented by Richard Stallman) was the cornerstone of free software. This is now questioned due to the proliferation of incompatible copyleft licenses."
- Moonlight's Olympic-sized failure
ZDNet Australia: "Every couple of years, Microsoft and its partners get to show off what the technology is capable of and push the limits of live video coverage. This year, the plethora of Canadian channels covering the Olympics were all available live from one website, and the experience was terrific."
- The Origins Of Facebook And Its Founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg
Silicon Alley Insider: "The following series of stories detail some of what happened in 2003 and 2004 after then Harvard-sophomore Mark Zuckerberg launched a site called theFacebook.com."
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