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- LinuxCertified Announces its Next Linux Fundamentals course W/free Linux laptop
LinuxPR: LinuxCertified, Inc. announces "Linux Fundamentals" Bootcamp for busy IT professionals - May20th - 21st, 2010. All attendees get a free Linux laptop
- A conference on software patents and free software
LWN.net: "So, do software patents matter for new companies? Lawyer Jason Haislmaier said that they can be important, especially with venture-backed companies, because they are relatively attractive to investors."
- Wine 1.2 Release plans
Wine-Release: "Wine 1.2 release plans were sent to the wine-devel mailing list from Alexandre Julliard the Wine project leader. Here is the release plans and Alexandres email to wine-devel."
- Debian Repository List
PaoloCampitelli: "This is my repository list for Debian Testing (Squeeze) and Debian Unstable (Sid)."
- How to Become Linus Torvalds
The H Open: "Most people in the free software world know about the famous �LINUX is obsolete� thread that began on the comp.os.minix newsgroups in January 1992, where Andrew Tanenbaum, creator of the MINIX system that Linus used to learn about operating system design, posted the following rather incendiary comment:"
- Investigation: Apple vs Nokia vs Google vs HTC vs RIM
Wired: "We can sit by and watch competitors steal our patented inventions, or we can do something about it," said Apple CEO Steve Jobs. "We've decided to do something about it. We think competition is healthy, but competitors should create their own original technology, not steal ours"
- Weekly Ten: Internet rots brain, 15 Firsts In Video Game History, There's Something About Ubuntu
Tech Source: "13 Open Source Hardware Companies Making $1 Million or More -- Selling products whose design anyone can access, edit, or use on their own is pretty crazy. It's also good business."
- Manage Your Money with Simple Invoices
Packt: "Simple Invoices provides freelancers, non-profits, and small business a user-friendly way to bill customers and track invoices. It's an application for people who don't want the hassle of larger accounting programs, such as GNU Cash, Quicken, or Quickbooks."
- Koha community squares off against commercial fork
LWN.net: "But the past twelve months have been divisive for the Koha community, due to a familiar source of argument in open source: tensions between community developers, end users, and for-profit businesses seeking to monetize the code base. As usual, copyrights and trademarks are the legal sticks, but the real issue is sharing code contributions."
- European Commission Betrays Open Standards
Computerworld UK: "Judging by the latest leak [.pdf] obtained by the French site PC Inpact, those forces have prevailed: what seems to be the final version of the Digital Agenda for Europe is an utter travesty of the original intent."
- Top 50 Open Source Blogs
Guide to Computer Training: "We've hand-picked these blogs because they know their stuff, are regularly updated, are easy to navigate, and are incredibly useful. So give them a go�you're sure to learn something new."
- A US Army Federal Employee's Linux Workspace
Tech Source: "It is time once again for our $100.00 (USD) Coolest Linux Workspace Contest. Today's entry comes from Brian, a Federal employee with the United States Army, and working in a network evaluation lab."
- Learn Linux, 101: Debian package management
IBM Developerworks: "Learn how to install, upgrade, and manage packages on your Linux� system. This article focuses on the Advanced Packaging Tool, or APT, which is the package management system used by Debian and distributions derived from Debian, such as Ubuntu."
- Adventures in Linux gaming
LWN.net: "...the Humble Indie Bundle, a collection of cross-platform games being sold using a novel method, generated over $1 million in a week's time, with roughly a quarter of it coming from Linux users. It has long been said that there is no market for Linux commercial games, but these two events may shine a light on different business models that just might be successful."
- Released Last Week: NexentaStor 3.0.2, DEFT Linux 5.1, PCLinuxOS 2010.1, Quirky 1.0, Monomaxos 5.0
Distrowatch: "Stefano Fratepietro has announced the release of DEFT Linux 5.1, an Ubuntu-based live CD featuring some of the best open-source applications dedicated to incident response and computer forensics:"
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