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- Mozilla sprints to improve developer documentation
Netstat -vat: "For the last six plus months, Mozilla developers have been focused on building Firefox 4. That's not the only effort that Mozilla is now sprinting to complete, developer documentation at the Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) is now also being completed."
- LCA 2011: Keynote speaker censured over sexual images
IT Wire: "One of the keynote speakers at the 12th Australian national Linux conference has been censured over the use of some sexual images in his presentation."
- Editor's Note: Replacing KDE4
Yes, I am one of those grumpy KDE 3.x fans who can't deal with KDE4. So I've been trying out different desktop environments and window managers to replace my beloved KDE, and it has been fun and enlightening.
- Identify Slow Queries using MySQL's Analysis Tools
Database Journal: "Using MySQL analysis tools, you can identify and optimize slow queries in order to eliminate the bottlenecks that they cause. Rob Gravelle examines the Slow Query Log and Explain command, which can both help identify slow queries."
- TurnKey Linux 11 released (part one)
Turnkey Linux: "Ladies and gentlemen, part 1 of the TurnKey Linux 11 release is now officially out, including 45 new images based on Ubuntu 10.04.1. We pushed out the 11.0 release candidates 3 months ago, and with the help of the community have tested the images and resolved the few remaining issues."
- Google Gives Developers First Crack at Honeycomb
Enterprise Mobile Today: "Google on Wednesday gave mobile application developers their first look at its Android 3.0 mobile operating system for tablets, releasing a preview of the Honeycomb software development kit (SDK)."
- Google Summer of Code 2011 Announced
Linux Pro Magazine: "Carol Smith, member of the Google Open Source Programs Office, announced the 2011 Google Summer of Code Program at this week's linux.conf.au."
- The Deeper Significance of LibreOffice 3.3
Computerworld UK: "Over on the RedMonk blog, there's an entertaining post by James Governor on the subject of forks, prompted by the imminent arrival of a major new version of Android, version 3.0, code-named �Honeycomb�, designed with tablets in mind:"
- Intel Opens Up FCoE , Offers Free Upgrades
Enterprise Storage Forum: "Intel is ramping up its effort to expand Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE). The company today announced that its Open FCoE technology is being supported by a variety of vendors, including Cisco, EMC, NetApp, Red Hat and Oracle."
- 8 of the Best Free Linux e-Learning Tools
LinuxLinks: "To provide an insight into the software that is available, we have compiled a list of 8 of our favorite e-Learning tools. Hopefully, there will be something of interest here for anyone who wants to embrace electronically supported learning and teaching. We give our strongest recommendation to Moodle."
- Tech Comics: "Your Mobile Carrier"
Datamation: "Your relationship with your mobile carrier is win-win, sort of."
- Pithos � Best Pandora.com Client Player For Linux
Digitizor: "Pithos is a Linux based client for the GNOME Desktop for the online music platform: Pandora.com. Although there is a official Flash based Linux client for Pandora.com but it is a RAM hog and does not leave you with a tasteful experience."
- Sony Wins TRO, Impoundment
Groklaw: "Sony's motion for a temporary restraining order, asking for an injunction and impoundment, has been granted [PDF]. The Hon. Susan Illston says she thinks Sony has demonstrated that it is likely to prevail on its DMCA claim"
- Internet, Telecom Networks Shut Down in Egypt
Datamation: "As anti-government protesters planned a day of massive demonstrations in cities throughout Egypt on Friday, state authorities took dramatic steps that effectively shut down the Internet and wireless communications networks in that country."
- Benchmarks Of The Official KQ ZFS Linux Module
Phoronix: "Last summer we delivered the news that a native ZFS file-system implementation for Linux was coming by an Indian company known as KQ Infotech where they leveraged the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories ZFS Linux code, finished it off in some areas, and took care of the POSIX support."
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