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- New Mephisto Backup v1.10.4 released and looking for devs!
Berkeley LUG: "The fourth update to the Mephisto 1.10 series has been released. New features were back-ported from v11 to increase stability because the 1.10 branch is going for stability."
- Qt and Open Governance
Qt Labs: "It has been a while since my last blog. Last time, I talked about how the Qt repository in Git was one year old. It was a humorous way of showing the growth and success of our contribution model. Or, at least, that's what I intended�"
- When software updates go bad(ly)
Linux Journal: "[Phone company], in their infinite-but-incompetent wisdom, pushed an OS upgrade to [their] Android [model] phones last night that wipes out your contact lists."
- FT.com: IBM joins chipmakers to boost Linux platform
FT.com: "IBM has joined forces with chip companies Arm, Freescale, Samsung, ST-Ericsson and Texas Instruments, to create a company that will accelerate the development of Linux software for devices such as mobile phones, tablet computers and digital televisions."
- Death of the Desktop (a video panel discussion)
Ubuntu User: "At this year's COSSFEST in Calgary, I took part in a lively panel discussion titled "The Death of the Desktop", essentially a free-for-all discussion on whether 'the cloud' will kill off our beloved desktop."
- Create a smart PDF document with Scribus
Linux User and Developer: "Let's take a look at how to use Scribus, an open source desktop publishing application available for all these three platforms, to create a smart PDF document containing a form which your client can fill out."
- The road forward for systemd
LWN.net: "At the end of April, Lennart Poettering announced the initial availability of systemd, a new system initialization and session management daemon. This announcement caused a bit of surprise and concern for those who didn't know it was coming."
- Being acquired is the best thing for a FOSS project
Network World: "Being bought by a commercial competitor is about the best possible thing that could eventually happen to a popular, pure FOSS project."
- 10 Things Android Does Better Than iPhone OS
Gizmodo: "Since its 2008 debut, Android has grown - not only meeting all of the functionalities of the iPhone, but besting it in nearly all aspects. Here is our list of the top 10 things Android does better than the iPhone."
- Editor's Note: The Teo Netbook Hits the Road
It's vacation time, hurrah, and your editor has two whole weeks to play. And to slip in a bit of work, taking the Teo netbook on a 2500-mile roadtrip through the wilds of Montana to give it the ultimate real-world torture-test.
- Could Red Hat be Novell's spouse?
The Register: "Red Hat's CEO Jim Whitehurst declined to dismiss the possibility of buying out his company's Linux rival Novell in a meeting with reporters in London today."
- Open Sourcing Politics
Computerworld UK: "�Linux is subversive�: so begins �The Cathedral and the Bazaar,� Eric Raymond's analysis of the open source way. The subversion there was mainly applied to the world of software, but how much more subversive are the ideas that lie behind open source when applied to politics."
- Firefox Ditches the Dialog Box
Webmonkey: "Get ready to say goodbye to Firefox's multitude of dialog boxes. Recent design mock-ups show Firefox moving toward an �in-content� look where settings, the add-on manager, themes and other �things which formerly appeared in dialog boxes� will now become just another tab in your browser."
- Canonical to offer new Ubuntu Linux business support options
Cyber Cynic: "On June 7th, Canonical will start offering new Ubuntu Server and Ubuntu Desktop "Ubuntu Advantage" business support services."
- Shogo Linux Tablet, a Potential iPad Killer
Tech Source: "There is a new tablet PC in town that runs Linux, and its name is Shogo. Made by realease, a Hong Kong-based platform provider, this device features a 10-inch capacitive touchscreen and will be available in two models: one has a Freescale i.MX37 (ARM 11) processor; the other model is loaded with a Freescale i.MX51 (ARM Cortex A8) processor."
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