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- Cooking with Marcel
Linux Pro Magazine: ""I'm a serious technology geek," says writer Marcel Gagn�, speaking with his usual hyper enthusiasm."
- The Real Need For Nouveau Power Management
Phoronix: "We have already published a look at the Fedora 13 Beta, delivered ATI Radeon benchmarks atop Fedora 13 Beta, and have other articles on the way covering this new Fedora release, while in this article we are investigating Nouveau's power performance using this newest Fedora release."
- New-line search & replace in OpenOffice.org Writer -- the lazy way
Free Software Magazine: "Trouble is, the resulting file has hard new-line characters after every line, and a double new-line between paragraphs. I could cursor to the end of each line, delete it, and type in a space, but my inner sloth told me there had to be a better way."
- Linux Foundation Head Says OS Can Be 'Fabulous and Free'
Linux Planet: "Jim Zemlin details where Linux is headed in advance of a major Linux conference, as adoption moves into the broader tech landscape."
- Control of File Types in Ubuntu
Packt: "In this article by Delan Azabani, you'll learn how Ubuntu identifies file types, how to use Assogiate to control these processes, using Ubuntu Tweak to associate types with applications and use Bless to inspect binary files."
- Google funds OGG Theora
Lnux Pro Magazine: "Grant goes toward development of ARM-optimized video codec"
- IBM: You Can't Control LInux, You Can Only Influence It.
CIO Update: "10 years ago, IBM had a single mission for Linux: Make it better. Now in 2010, IBM (NYSE:IBM) has a decade of experience in working to do just that, and is sharing its knowledge about how companies and developers can better participate in the Linux community."
- Dear Tech Republic, it’s called FOSS and that’s just how it’s done
I, Quaid: "Jason Hiner, Editor-in-Chief over at Tech Republic, wrote an article where he describes what Canonical and Ubuntu can teach Microsoft, Apple, and others. Ironically, every virtue he praises Ubuntu for are all virtues they gain from practicing the open source way."
- Pinta – Image Editing Alternative to The GIMP
MakeTechEasier: "The GIMP has been a poster child for the open source movement ever since it came out. It has been compared to Photoshop and has often been spoken of as the only worthy open source contender in the graphics editor category."
- 5 New Wallpapers Land in Ubuntu 10.04
OMG Ubuntu: "The winners from the Ubuntu Artwork Flickr pool submission contest have been chosen!"
- Why I Want My Daughter to be a Hacker
Off My Gourd: "Large controlling institutions want you to fear hackers, want you to think the hacker mindset is dangerous. This could not be farther from the truth."
- Version 1.0 of open source Transport Tycoon Deluxe clone released
The H Open: "After more than 6 years of development, the OpenTTD developers have announced the availability of version 1.0 of their open source Transport Tycoon Deluxe clone."
- ZFS 24 Support via (pygrub & fsimage.iso) patch for Xen 4.0 Dom0 (pvops 188.8.131.52
Xen Virtualization on Linux and Solaris: "Finally Mark Johnson submitted to xen-devel mailing list patch for ZFS 24 support at Xen 4.0. Patch mentioned bellow was successfully tested..."
- PROUHD: RAID for the end-user
Linuxconfig: "Therefore, there is currently no storage solution that manages heterogeneous storage devices efficiently. In this article, we propose such a solution and we call it PROUHD (Pool of RAID Over User Heterogeneous Devices)."
- QA with Nokia's Ari Jaaksi: MeeGo Revs Up
Linux.com: "Nokia's Vice President of MeeGo Devices, Ari Jaaksi, will kick off the afternoon at today's Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit with his keynote at 1:15 p.m. PT. He took a few minutes with us this morning to share what he'll be speaking about and how the MeeGo project is going."
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