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- Open Source Cornerstones: Foundational Ideas and People in Open Source/Free Software Movement
Network World: "This week I offer a change of pace in my blog by presenting some foundational people and ideas that the open source movement is based on. I include plenty of links to enhance your understanding as well as provide some scavenger hunt questions in hopes that you will explore the beginnings of open source."
- Mesa Makes More Strides Towards OpenGL 3.x Support
Phoronix: "While the 3.0 revision to this industry standard graphics API has been around for nearly three years, it's still not fully supported by the open-source Mesa graphics stack. Progress though is being made."
- Setting Up OpenVPN on a DD-WRT Router, Part 1
ServerWatch: "If you aren't going to have more than two-dozen VPN users, you might consider setting up your own VPN server using the DD-WRT router firmware"
- Using Compiz As A Windows Management Tool
MakeTechEasier: "You've seen the wobbly windows, you've seen the cube, you've seen the raindrops. Compiz is just a bunch of useless eye candy right? Wrong."
- Using Camera RAW with Linux
OpenAttitude: "These days the vast majority of my photos are taken with my camera phone, but it's nice to know that I can still use my fancy DSLR camera with my Linux computers when I want to."
- IBM's Defense Against SCO's Copyright Infringement Claims - The Memorandum, Part 1
Groklaw: "...you'll be left wondering how SCO ever dared to open its mouth about Linux, let alone continue to claim infringement by anyone at all ever. Here's a bit of IBM's conclusion, after looking at SCO's list of allegedly misused materials, SCO's laughable Final Disclosures:"
- Report: More Patents Granted in 2009
BLT: "IBM Corp. received the most utility patents last year, with 4,887, followed by Samsung Electronics Co. (3,592); Microsoft Corp. (2,929); Canon K.K. (2,241) and Hitachi Ltd. (2,146)."
- Intel wows the Street with best quarter ever
LinuxDevices: "Investors might be jittery about the economy, but Intel doesn't appear to be, reporting glowing results for the second quarter of its 2010 financial year."
- NHS loses massive Microsoft licensing rebate
channel Register: "Granger got such a good deal in part by publicly threatening to move the NHS to Sun's Java desktop software. Shortly after that Bill Gates arrived to negotiate directly with Granger, visit the Department of Health and pick up a knighthood."
- OpenSUSE 11.3 Released: Screenshots and Features
Linux Reviews: "You can download OpenSUSE 11.3 in several different versions. Because the default DVD is 4.7GB, you may consider purchasing OpenSUSE 11.3 for a few bucks, although smaller live CD versions are also available."
- Has Linux lost the desktop battle?
Technology & Life Integration: "Even I have done it. I don't think you can be a Linux blogger without having done at least one post about how this year is the year the Linux desktop will take over the world."
- Cool User File Systems, Part 1: SSHFS
Linux Magazine: "Userspace file systems are one of the coolest storage options in Linux. They allow really creative file systems to be developed without having to go through the kernel gauntlet. This article presents one of them, SSHFS, that allows you to remotely mount a file system using ssh (sftp)."
- Spotlight on Linux: Pardus Linux 2009.2
Linux Journal: "Pardus Linux is one of those distributions that doesn't get the attention it probably deserves. Pardus makes a wonderful desktop system for those that prefer ease of use."
- New release of CoffeeSaint - the most configurable Nagios status viewer ever!
Coffeesaint: "CoffeeSaint is a fully customizable Nagios status viewer. It grabs the status from a Nagios server and displays it in a fullscreen GUI. It is written in Java so it should run on all platforms (tested on Linux, AIX 6.1 and windows xp) capable of running Java 5."
- Improved Calculator App in Ubuntu 10.10
Softpedia: "Today we are proud to introduce you guys to the revamped calculator application that will be part of the upcoming GNOME 3.0.0 desktop environment and Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) operating system."
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