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- Open Source: OpenOffice.org We Have a Problem
ERACC Web log: "However, recently I have been disappointed by a test install of OpenOffice.org for a charitable organization client of ours."
- Migrating from Windows to GNU/Linux
Worldlabel: "Can you save money by moving your business to GNU/Linux? The short answer is that you can. However, the long answer is that how much you save � or if you save at all � depends upon your resources and choices"
- Kernel Log: New stable kernels and drivers
The H Open: "While new stable kernel releases seem to have become somewhat less frequent, they now include more changes."
- Open Letter To LGP
Linux Gaming News: "ELD had expressed his frustration about LGP : �Your not the only one who gets stupidly frustrated at LGP. Bandits is another game that has been in �early beta� for as long as i knew it existed."
- Get ready for 7Gbps wireless networking
LinuxDevices: "The Wireless Gigabit Alliance announced a specification it says will bump wireless networking speeds up to 7Gbps -- more than ten times faster than the highest 802.11n rate."
- Mozilla and the Shuttleworth Foundation seek fellowship applicants
The H Open: "Mozilla Drumbeat and the Shuttleworth Foundation have announced a joint fellowship focused on �education for the open web'."
- Maybe it's better if Mandriva doesn't find a buyer
Dissociated Press: "Word on the street is that Mandriva is looking for a buyer, due to cash flow problems. This isn't the first time the company, formerly known as Mandrake, has faced tough times."
- What is the cloud ... without its marketing tag?
Open Source Catalyst: "During the 2010 think tank in Napa, the cloud was very present. One of the question was about the "threat" that the cloud represents for Open Source."
- Problems in Re Bilski for SCOTUS
Robert Pogson : "Oral arguments were given in 2009-11 yet, six months later, there is no ruling."
- Mozilla Lays Out Firefox 4 Roadmap
Datamation: "What do Web users want from their browser? That's the question the Mozilla will try to answer with the next generation of its open source Web browser, Firefox 4."
- The cpuidle subsystem
LWN.net: "Your editor recently had cause to dig around in the cpuidle subsystem. It never makes sense to let such work go to only a single purpose when it could be applied toward the creation of a kernel-page article. So, what follows is a multi-level discussion of cpuidle, what it's for, and how it works. Doing nothing, it turns out, is more complicated than one might think."
- Fragmentation is Good and Bad for Linux
Zemlin's Blog: "I disagree, which is not surprising. But the market and marketing strategists also disagree. Citing the familiar ogre of fragmentation shows a limited view of the Linux economy."
- From the ACLU: Know Your Rights
Linux Magazine: "Last week you learned the basics of using Access Control Lists (ACLs) and the command associated with them: getfacl, setfacl and chacl. This week you'll learn that protecting the rights of your users is as important as protecting your users from themselves."
- A Detailed Look At The ATI Linux Power Management
Phoronix: "With the ATI Linux power management finally coming to fruition within the Linux kernel for its kernel mode-setting / DRM driver, we have decided to take a close look at how this power management support is working in the real world."
- 16 of the Best Free Linux Game Engines (Part 1 of 2)
LinuxLinks: "To provide an insight into the quality of software that is available, we have compiled a list of 16 slick free Linux game engines. This article is the first in a two part series. Part 2 will be available shortly."
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