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- A note for Hotmail users
LWN.net: "The wise folks at Hotmail have decided to start blocking email from LWN's server; they also have not really bothered to inform people of how to get themselves unblocked."
- Rare malware targets routers running Linux
IT World: "Trend Micro reports a new bit of malware circulating as an executable that targets routers running operating systems or kernels based on Unix, Linux and other Unix-like embedded operating systems."
- The Spiral tribe � marking the end of Debian's unpredictable release schedule
Linux User and Developer: "The launch of Debian 6.0 Squeeze may mark the end of Debian's unpredictable release schedule, but it's still the domain of FOSS purists"
- Mozilla Details Firefox 4's Do Not Track
InternetNews: "Mozilla is submitting its do-not-track capability as a draft specification to the IETF for review. The do-not-track (DNT) feature is built into the new Firefox 4 Web browser, which is currently at its first release candidate stage (RC1)."
- The Ada Initiative Begins Its Study of Gender
Linux Pro Magazine: "Today, the Ada Initiative began a census of women in open technology and culture. The study should provide a much-needed update, and I look forward to the results, despite some quibbles about methodology. "
- Charting and Graphing Logfiles for Linux Server Admins
Linux Planet: "Some Linux server admins are comfortable with wading through text logfiles, but why wade when you can create beautiful charts and graphs that highlight trouble spots? Try the excellent CairoPlot for beautiful, informative visual server log analysis."
- HeliOS is on the Move
Blog of Helios: "It's been months in the cooker but things have solidified to the point where we can make the announcement. The HeliOS Project will now have our own dedicated building."
- How a �Welded-to KDE3.5 User� Began a Move to KDE4.4 Part IIII
LXer: "I moved from KDE3.5 to KDE4 much later than many others (5 months or so ago), so all my problems/frustrations and successes have only just emerged, whereas most other players met them three years ago when KDE4 was first released"
- Gentoo Linux - LiveDVD 11.0
Gentoo Linux: "Gentoo Linux is proud to announce the availability of a new LiveDVD to celebrate the continued collaboration between Gentoo users and developers. The LiveDVD features a superb list of packages, some of which are listed below."
- Chrome 10 vs. Internet Explorer 9 Reconsidered
ZDNet: "When I recently took a look at the brand new Chrome 10 Web browser, the results for the latest release candidate of Internet Explorer (IE) 9 puzzled me because they were so bad."
- Drupal 8 CMS Starts to Take Shape
eCRM Guide: "After three years of development, the open source Drupal 7 content management system debuted earlier this year. Drupal developers aren't resting on their laurels and are now beginning to plan for Drupal 8."
- Legislators in Kerala, India work better with Ubuntu laptops
Canonical: "By choosing to deploy free and opensource Software (FOSS) over proprietary systems, the Government of Kerala has saved tens of thousands of dollars in licensing fees. End users are delighted with their new Ubuntu laptops"
- Newest openSUSE Linux Offers Rolling Releases
Linux Planet: "The newest release of Novell's openSUSE Linux debuts with LibreOffice, KDE 4.6, a zippy package management system and a new rolling release system that could eliminate the need for future big releases."
- Firefox 4.0 Approaches: What's in Store for Linux Users?
Linux.com: "After being in development far longer than planned, Mozilla is on the brink of releasing Firefox 4.0. The wait has been worth it, though."
- Has GNOME rejected Canonical help? Shuttleworth Responds
Linux Pro Magazine: "Ubuntu Founder and former CEO of Canonical, Mark Shuttleworth responds to Dave Neary's post entitled "Has GNOME rejected Canonical help?""
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