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- The Perfect Server - Ubuntu Lucid Lynx (Ubuntu 10.04) [ISPConfig 2]
Howtoforge: "This tutorial shows how to set up an Ubuntu Lucid Lynx (Ubuntu 10.04) server that offers all services needed by ISPs and hosters"
- USTR's Bully Report Unfairly Blames Canada Again
Michael Geist: "The U.S. government has released its annual Special 301 report in which it purports to identify those countries with inadequate intellectual property laws. Given the recent history and the way in which the list is developed, it will come as no surprise that the U.S. is again implausibly claiming that Canada is among the worst of the worst"
- Total victory for open source software in a patent lawsuit
Opensource.com: "Plaintiffs attempted to exploit this inexperience by arguing that open source software involved behavior that was, if not downright illegal, at least ethically dubious. They promoted the fallacy that open source distributors unfairly take the property of others and thereby unfairly profit."
- The Shape Of Things To Come: HP Breaks Rank
The Virtual Circle: "The webOS is a platform for devices yet to be thought up. It frees HP from being forever chained to Microsoft Windows."
- Vim 7.2 Scripting
Packt: "In this section, we will look at a few extra tips that can be handy when you create scripts for Vim. Some are simple code pieces you can add directly in your script, while others are good-to-know tips."
- Linux and branding
LWN.net: "Marketing isn't the first word that one associates with the Linux community, but it is a necessary activity for those who wish to bring new users into the fold (and perhaps make a buck at the same time)."
- Austin Group Prepares for Linux Against Poverty
Blog of Helios: "For those that do not know, Linux Against Poverty is an annual event organized by Lynn Bender that gathers some of the top tech people in the area and assembles them to evaluate, triage, repair and then install the Linux Operating System on those computers."
- Mobilizing A Community To Fight Malware
Help Net Security: "The word about Immunet's free anti-virus solution is spreading fast. The agent installed on my computer tells me that there are currently 162,597 people in the Immunet Cloud, and that I'm protected from 12,637,576 threats"
- Multitasking the Android Way
Android Developer: "Android is fairly unique in the ways it allows multiple applications to run at the same time. Developers coming from a different platform may find the way it operates surprising."
- Is Windows 7 Actually Faster Than Ubuntu 10.04?
Phoronix: "While Linux has long been talked about as being a faster operating system than Microsoft Windows, in 2010 is this still the case?"
- Virtual Linux: Platform and OS Linux Virtualization
Datamation: "When we talk about virtualization solutions, we tend to talk about specific products offered by specific companies. But when we talk about virtualization solutions with Linux, we instead talk about a rich and diverse open source ecosystem."
- Ogg versus the world: don't fall for open-source FUD
Ed Bott's Microsoft Report: "While researching the recent battle over H.264 as the default HTML5 media format, I've discovered that open-source advocates are just as capable of spreading FUD as those mega-corporations."
- Panama in on the road to MS hell
Maratux: "If South Korea is an example of what Panama is attempting to do by following the Microsoft guide on how a country can jump into technological advancement, then things sound like it's going to be a bumpy road to get there."
- Window indicators
Mark Shuttleworth: "The Ayatana Indicators work has given us a crisp, clean basis for indicators in the panel. We've said they will all look a particular way, and behave a particular way. And we've said they will be placed on the right of the panel. But why limit indicators to the panel? Let's make it possible for applications to use indicators themselves, for all the things that indicators are good at:"
- Pot, meet kettle: a response to Steve Jobs' letter on Flash
ars Technica: "Watching two proprietary software companies deeply opposed to computer user freedom lob accusations back and forth about who is more opposed to freedom has been surreal, to say the least."
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