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- PyShare Lets You Easily Share Files Using TwitPic, RapidShare and ImageShack
TechieBuzz: "PyShare is a application for Linux which makes sharing pictures and other files very simple. The current version (0.6.1) of the application supports uploading images to TwitPic and ImageShack and non-image files to RapidShare."
- Editor's Note: Hackers Defend Liberty
We've all seen the many failures of the law, of government and business. That's where hackers come in.
- Weekend Project: Taking the Next Step with Linux after the Install
Linux.com: "You've installed Linux. Now what? A lot of folks hear great things about Linux, decide to try it out, and then aren't really sure where to go from there. Relax, and take the weekend to get settled with your brand new Linux install."
- Web Development, Better Done On GNU/Linux
TildeHash: "I often tell people that setup, configuration, writing, scripting, and other general development of any website is better done on the same web server, or at least the same operating system, that is installed on the web server that the site is going to be hosted and ran on"
- Geotag Photos with Open GPS Tracker and digiKam
Scribbles and Snaps: "You don't need a fancy camera with a built-in GPS receiver to geotag your photos. An Android device with the Open GPS Tracker app and digiKam can do the job just fine."
- Open Source Obama
ZDNet: "Every day, tens of thousands of developers from businesses, colleges, and homes contribute patches or new code to open-source programs. It's not every day though that the White House does it."
- Alcatel-Lucent Expands IP Address and DNS Management - with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Enterprise Networking Planet: "On the DNS side, the VitalQIP 1200 can deliver up to 100,000 DNS queries per second. For DHCP services, it can deliver 12,000 leases per second. The VitalQIP 1200 is built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and is also available as a software appliance."
- Pirates are not hackers and software piracy is also the Government's fault
Stop: "In January 2011 Italian newspaper Repubblica published an article that is a nice example of how much confusion there still is, in mainstream press, about the nature of software and copyright, their relevance for all citizens and the responsibilities of Public Administrations in these fields"
- Canonical Re-licenses Ubuntu Wiki to CC BY-SA
Ubuntu User: "Elizabeth Krumbach on behalf of the Ubuntu Community Council announced in an email to various mailing lists, and posted on the Ubuntu Fridge that the licensing for the Ubuntu wiki will be CC-BY-SA and barring a "substantial number of objections" this change should take place in approximately one month."
- Microsoft Bans Its Own License
Computerworld UK: "The rules for Microsoft's Windows Phone Marketplace appear to mean that even Microsoft's own MS-RL open source license is banned. And perhaps Nokia should worry too."
- Farewell MS Exchange, Hello Linux Open-Xchange
Linux Planet: "Where oh where can we find refuge from Microsoft Exchange? One attractive option is Open-Xchange-- but what if your users revolt?"
- Tech Comics: "A Geek is Born"
Datamation: "A newborn geek makes his or her geekdom clear from their very first utterance."
- A very early look at Fedora 15 through the 2/17/11 nightly build: It's surprisingly stable
Click: "After a commenter on my entry about the Ubuntu Natty alpha called me "pathetic" for expecting basic functionality from an alpha release, I decided to go deep and look at a pre-alpha for Fedora 15 in the form of a nightly build of the distribution that won't have its official alpha release for another 12 days"
- London Stock Exchange's Linux move hits trouble
thinq: "The London Stock Exchange's move to a new low-latency trading platform based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server has met with a few hiccoughs - but the LSE claims the platform isn't to blame."
- Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.38 (Part 2) � File system
The H Open: "Linux 2.6.38 contains patches to improve the scalability of VFS that has been the topic of much discussion for the past six months and that Torvalds himself was waiting for. Ext3 and XFS now support batched discard, which is interesting for SSDs, while Btrfs and SquashFS support additional compression technologies."
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