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- The open-source entrepreneur
BBC News: "Bob Young is a self-confessed contrarian with a strong desire to change the world by allowing people to share and collaborate. The approach has served him well and has helped turn the Canadian into a multi-millionaire."
- Ubuntu-based Windows XP looker freshens up
The Register: "Ylmf OS 3.0 has been released from a Chinese software maker with the familiar Luna theme found in Microsoft's Windows 7 and Windows Vista predecessor."
- Invoking Bash and Start-Up Files for Your Open Source Software Needs
ServerWatch: "If you've ever tried to change system-wide bash settings, you know there are three major ways of invoking bash, all of which behave differently when reading in settings files."
- Why Isn't Linux the Standard Secondary OS?
OSTATIC: "Among other reasons why Linux can function as a great sidekick to the more prevalent operating systems is that it's more secure. If you're going to jump into, say, an online banking app, why not do it in Linux, where the hackers and script kiddies aren't?"
- Trojaned App Demonstrates Need for Better Practices, Not More FUD
IT World: "The Unreal team handled it pretty well, in my opinion. They embraced the suck and made a clear announcement free of blame or denial--an announcement that also pointed out how to confirm the trojaned version and how to replace the trojaned version with the clean version."
- Mozilla tracking a week in the life of a Firefox browser
Netstat -vat: "From the 'Mozilla Test Pilot' files: How many add-ons do you have in Firefox? How much time did you spend in Firefox last week?"
- OpenCL 1.1 backward compatible, enhanced performance
Linux Magazine: "The Khronos Group today announced OpenCL 1.1, a backwards compatible update that boosts performance in the parallel programming standard. OpenCL is a free programming standard designed from the ground up to optimize coding in muliticore processors."
- A Week with Google Android 2.2 (Froyo)
The VAR Guy: "Google's new Android treat has been named 'Froyo' after frozen yogurt, and it's nearly every bit as sweet as it sounds."
- Installing Nginx With PHP 5.3 And PHP-FPM On Ubuntu Lucid Lynx (10.04)
HowtoForge: "In this post I will explain how to install Nginx with PHP 5.3.2 and PHP-FPM on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx (10.04-amd64)."
- GNOME Comes to One Laptop Per Child XO-1.5
Linux Magazine: "One Laptop Per Child announced an update to the XO-1.5 which enables both Sugar Labs' Sugar Learning Platform and the GNOME free desktop."
- Webopedia Term of the Day: What is Cupcake?
Webopedia: "Cupcake was the codename used for the first major release of the open source mobile operating system, Android. The codename was used when the release was bumped to version 1.5."
- Linux PC Robot < 500$ DIY Linux robot
Handle With Linux: "The objective of LinuxPCRobot is to build a fully functional robotic development platform for $500 or less using linux, commonly available components, a little skill, and some good old fashioned scrounging."
- Distributing Open Source? Survey Says...
Network World Blog: "Many companies are unaware when they are distributing open source or violating open source licences."
- Pardus 2009.2 review
LinuxBSDos.com: "Pardus is a desktop-oriented Linux distribution sponsored and developed by the Scientific & Technological Research Council of Turkey. It's not a perfect Linux distribution, but it works � out of the box."
- Ubuntu Developer Summit: Maverick Meerkat highlights
Linux User & Developer: "As each new developmental cycle commences, there is an Ubuntu Developers Summit (UDS) � it's a biannual event where many of the developers meet to plan, and create, the goals for the next release of Ubuntu."
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