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- Moglen: Bilski decision set back patent reform for more than a decade
ZDNet: "The US Supreme Court's recent Bilski decison set back patent reform by at least a decade, one top Linux defender said."
- LinuxCon Analysts: Linux Is Winning
Datamation: "Linux is now in the mainstream of enterprise adoption, according to analysts presenting new research here at the LinuxCon conference."
- Top 8 Games For 'Non-Gamers' in Linux
Tech Drive-in: "I am not a serious gamer at all. If you want to see me totally disoriented, play an FPS game in front of me. But then there are always these silly games for people like me. Here is a quick list of my favorite time wasters or puzzle games or whatever you call it."
- ON TEST: Ubuntu Netbook Edition
APC mag: "The latest version of Ubuntu "Lucid Lynx" -- 10.4 -- comes in a netbook-optimised version that is designed for computer makers to deploy on new netbooks, but it is also available for public download. It's a great operating system choice for netbook users."
- Thousands Play Starcraft 2 on Linux with Wine
Wine-Reviews: "I play Starcraft 2 on Linux and apparently Im not the only one. At the end of last month I wrote a brief guide for getting Starcraft 2 working under Linux using Wine. In the last ten days that guide has gotten nearly nine thousand views and currently has ninety comments."
- Gluster Brings Open Source to Unstructured Data
Enterprise Storage Forum: "Gluster is an open source startup that most people in storage have never heard of. Yet its value proposition could spell trouble for the big boys and potentially send the prices of proprietary hardware crashing down."
- Open Source for America Celebrates its First Anniversary with Awards
Standards Blog: "Last summer, a new organization was announced with the goal of promoting the uptake of open source software by the U.S. federal government. It's mission was described as follows:"
- Two cool KDE Plasmoids
Ghacks: "It's time to head off to that wonderful land of KDE where the desktop only gets better and better with each release. In fact, a new release should be out now � KDE 4.5 with 1,723 new features and 16.022 bug fixes"
- Apertus: The open source cinema project
Open Source.com: "The idea of creating a free (as in free speech) and open cinema camera based on an Elphel 333 started in spring 2006 in the mind of a member of the DVinfo forum, who in March 2006 started a new thread called "High Definition with Elphel model 333 camera." A lot of people got involved, and the project grew and developed."
- Fotoxx -- the Greatest Little Linux Photo Editor You've Never Heard Of
Linux Planet: "F-spot, shotwell, solang -- some distros are arguing about what should be the default "simpler than GIMP" image editor. But there's one that never seems to get mentioned and deserves a look: fotoxx"
- GUADEC: Danny O'Brien on privacy, encryption, and the desktop
LWN.net: "The problems that many in the online and free software worlds have been concerned about for years are finally becoming mainstream he said. "Powerful forces are trying to stop the spread of information online", and that message is finally starting to get out."
- Adobe Still Shafts Linux With H.264 GPU Decoding
Phoronix: "At first it looked like the Linux Flash Player might use VDPAU for video decoding, but that never ended up materializing. Instead, Adobe's main Linux engineer just ranted about the Linux video APIs on his blog (he did this twice in fact)."
- LinuxCon: What Is the Future of Linux Development?
Linux Planet: "Top Linux kernel developers detail what's next for Linux, and why the bar has been raised to become a kernel contributor."
- The anti-Justin Bieber tool � and 5 more bizarre Firefox add-ons
The Week: "Want to delete all mentions of Justin Bieber while you web-browse? Or cover up all BP references with an oily stain? Consider these odd Firefox add-ons"
- Free Technology Academy working to offer more Free Software online teaching
Stop: "The Free Technology Academy (FTA) is an international institution based in Europe, whose goal is to provide online education, at master level, about Free Software. I recently spoke with Wouter Tebbens, president of the Free Knowledge Institute and FTA director, to know how the FTA works and what are its plans for the next year."
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