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- Interview: Nina Paley (author of "Sita Sings the Blues" and the two "Minute Meme" animations)
Free Software Magazine: "Nina Paley is a cartoonist and animator who in recent years discovered the serious faults of our long-standing copyright and licensing system through her experiences in making and releasing “Sita Sings the Blues.” After considerable trouble involved in fulfilling all of the licensing obligations for the film, she became a serious advocate for both free culture and copyright..."
- Eleventh Circuit Decision Largely Eliminates Fourth Amendment Protection in E-Mail
The Volokh Conspiracy: "Under this new decision, if the government wants get your e-mails, the Fourth Amendment lets the government go to your ISP, wait the seconds it normally takes for the e-mail to be delivered, and then run off copies of your messages."
- Second Krita Sprint Ends With Tea
KDE.news: "The first Krita hackers started arriving on Thursday 25th, with the rest filtering in during the Friday. Thanks to KDE e.V. sponsorship, six Krita developers (every single one from a different country) were able to come as well as interaction designer -- Peter Sikking, of Gimp fame. The seventh Krita hacker was already in place!"
- Week 2, Day 6 of SCO v. Novell Trial - The Mistrial Motion, Updated
Groklaw: "The judge said what SCO told the jury was inappropriate, and he merely warned SCO not to go "close to the line again." I'm sure SCO will mend its ways immediately."
- Lucid Community Progress
Jono Bacon's blog: "One thing that we have been really keen to facilitate in Ubuntu is an ethos of just do it. I really believe our community should feel engaged to be creative in their ideas and be able to get out there and do it, with plenty of support resources so others can help them achieve their goals."
- Kindles Come to Classroom in Ghana
Wired: "Take Ghana, West Africa, for example. If you are a school in a small village with satellite internet and solar power, what device would be best for you? The power-sucking, data-heavy iPad, or the Kindle..."
- Enhanced history searching in zsh
Tech Republic: "If you spend any length of time in the shell, chances are you’ve typed the same commands over and over. It’s usually not anything you can necessarily script as the commands may vary slightly on each invocation, but there are certain commands that can be used often with a little variation on each call."
- Open source enables innovation without lawyers or fees
Australian IT: "OPEN source software is seen by some as akin to religion. However, Ingres chief executive Roger Burkhardt insists he is not on a crusade to convert the Microsoft and Oracle faithful."
- Find out the clients of your MySQL server
Linux Admin Zone: "Sometimes in large deployments, there are cases when MySQL server, setup by you long time back which has been in use by multiple teams in your organization, needs some change or update or intrupption in its service and you are in need to know how many clients are there which connects to this server."
- Installing GOsa2 on Red Hat / CentOS (rpm/yum based)
Fogo na Caixa: "A mighty System-/Config-management frontend using LDAP as a backend. It is able to manage POSIX, Samba, Mail, Kolab, FAX, Asterisk and many more services."
- Questions and Answers: Loopback devices
Distrowatch: "Going-around-in-circles asks: What is a loopback device and how do I use it?"
- Time to Learn from China on Open Standards?
Open Enterprise: "Europe should be learning from China's example, not sending patronising nastygrams that just makes it look petulant and anachronistic."
- Benchmark of Python Web Servers
Nicholas Pi�l: "In this benchmark i will be looking at how different WSGI servers perform at exactly that task; the handling of a full HTTP request."
- Banish boring terminal windows with Bashish
Sourceforge: "Swedish student Thomas Eriksson says a lot of advanced computer usage is still best done from the terminal. Given that, he’s developed Bashish to provide a more useful and beautiful terminal environment."
- Google to pull out of China soon, reports say
Computerworld UK: "Both Google and the Chinese government appear to be leaking word that the search firm may soon shutter its operations there as negotiations between the two break down."
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