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- A Call to Support a New Public-Private Partnership In U.S. Standards Development
Standards Blog: "It is also consequential because the decision to issue the RFI reflects the recognition by policy makers that our existing standards development process, both on the public as well as the private side, was never designed to address challenges that involve multiple industry sectors."
- 21 More Notable Free Linux Games (Part 2 of 3)
LinuxLinks: "Now, let's scrutinize the 7 games at hand. For each game we have compiled its own portal page, providing screenshots of the game in action, a full description of the game, with an in-depth analysis of the features of the game, together with links to relevant resources and reviews."
- Major Ad Networks Found Serving Malicious Ads
Threat Post: "Two major online ad networks--DoubleClick and MSN--were serving malware via drive-by download exploits over the last week, experts say, after a group of attackers was able to trick the networks into displaying their ads by impersonating an online advertising provider."
- Helping The Random Number Generator To Gain Enough Entropy With rng-tools (Debia
Howtoforge: "You might know this situation: you want to generate a GPG or SSL key, and during that operation, your system tells you that no more random bytes are available and that it needs to collect more entropy, and you are stuck. This short guide tells you how to solve this problem"
- Jolicloud 1.1 review
LinuxBSDos: "Jolicloud 1.1 is the latest stable release of Jolicloud, the cloud-based, Ubuntu-based distribution. Other than being a cloud-based distribution, the most distinctive feature of Jolicloud is the netbook-optimzed interface, which is one of five netbook-optimized interfaces available on Linux and BSD distributions."
- Who uses Linux and Open Source in Business?
ZDNet: "Thanks to Glyn Moody, a UK-based technology journalist, I've just learned that Netflix is not only using, but also contributing, to numerous open-source projects. They're in good company."
- When computers go wrong
PCPro: "Here, we look at ten IT disasters that highlight the precariously fickle nature of computers. Although our top ten mistakes may have caused lasting damage to the finances or reputations of those involved, nobody was physically harmed in the making of this list."
- Making realistic characters for Blender with MakeHuman
FreeSoftwareMagazine: "But it's obviously a very often-needed task, using a lot of common elements, so you'd think someone would come up with a tool to make it easier. And you'd be right. The free-software tool of choice for this task is MakeHuman"
- Top 5 Security Threats in HTML5
eSecurity Planet: "But with any major introduction of new features, HTML5 also brings with it potential security vulnerabilities – which is not to say that HTML5 is "flawed," but that, invariably, there will be new attack vectors for hackers to exploit."
- Top 50 Programming Quotes of All Time
TechSource: "I hope you have enjoyed our collection of funny computer quotes, Linux quotes, and all those quotes that we have shared with you so far. For today, I've decided to gather a good number of my all-time favorite programming-related quotes."
- Kubuntu 10.10 review
Linux User and Developer: "Gareth Halfacree takes the KDE spin of popular desktop Linux distribution Ubuntu, known as Kubuntu, through its paces"
- 6 Free Ways to Stay Secure in the New Year
eSecurity Planet: "Fortunately, you don't necessarily need to spend money for top-notch security software. If you resolve to stay secure in the New Year, here are a half-dozen no-cost ways to do it."
- Good News Out Of Unigine's Linux Game Competition
Phoronix: "Last month the company behind the very advanced Unigine Engine launched a Linux game development competition whereby they would give away a free license to the game development team that came up with the best game idea and would provide a native Linux game client. Submissions for this contest ended on Friday."
- Android will be using ext4 starting with Gingerbread
Linux Developer Networks: "Starting with Gingerbread, newer Android phones (starting with the Nexus S) will be using the ext4 file system. Very cool!"
- Debian and Red Hat close Exim hole
The H Open: "Four days after a security hole was discovered in the free Exim mail server, the developers of Debian and Red Hat have released corrected versions for their Linux distributions"
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