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- Allura, the Open Source Forge
Just a little Python: "So in kind of a soft launch, SourceForge released the project I've been working on (Allura) under the Apache license last month. The project happens to be the actual software underlying the SourceForge.net 'beta' tools"
- TileMill Puts Web GIS on the Map
Linux.com: "If you're anything like me, you love a good map graphic, particularly one that brings what would otherwise be dull and boring data to life. The technical term for tools that render statistics into visual form with maps are geographic information systems (GIS)."
- Quiz: Are you a Linux trivia guru? Find out.
ZDNet: "Hi, there Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols your host today. I've been using and writing about Linux and open source for entirely too long. Suffice it to say that while I didn't use Linux 0.01, I was running Linux not long after that. So, with introductions out of the way, let's move on to the quiz shall we?"
- 5 Productivity-Enhancing Android Apps
Tech Source: "With the number of apps available on the Android market growing by the minute, selections of apps have steadily proved to be among the most productive Android apps. These apps, already in use by millions of Android users are simply must-have apps."
- GPL expert gives Red Hat the all-clear
IT Wire: "Well-known free software activist and GPL expert Bradley Kuhn says Red Hat's recent change of policy with regard to provision of its kernel source appears, on the surface, to be GPL-compliant."
- Fuduntu 14.9 Stable Released
~/Blog: "Fuduntu 14.9 Stable has been released and is now available for download in ISO format, and also available as a regular update for existing Fuduntu users"
- Creating and Manipulating PDFs with PHP and FPDF
PHP Builder: "FPDF is an open source PHP class released under a permissive license, which indicates that the software can be used for any purpose, commercial or otherwise"
- Pwn2own: BlackBerry and iPhone Fall, Chrome and Firefox Untouched
eSecurity Planet: "The Pwn2own hacking challenge claimed two more victims this week."
- GNOME creator, Miguel de Icaza, respects proprietary software, can't wait for iPad 2
Network World: ""If you are not planning on getting an iPad 2 on Friday at 5 p.m., the terrorists win." So said open source icon Miguel de Icaza on his Twitter feed this week, and he wasn't joking."
- Tech Comics: "Smartphone Etiquette"
Datamation: "Is it permissable to check your smartphone at all times in every environment?"
- Righthaven accuses defendant of running up legal fees in copyright case
Las Vegas Sun: "Las Vegas copyright enforcement company Righthaven LLC is complaining that one of its litigation foes is needlessly running up legal costs that Righthaven may end up paying for."
- Boot Portable Live USB Linux on Older Hardware
Linux Planet: "Portable USB Linux distros are wonderful go-anywhere Linuxes for troubleshooting and repair. The catch is older hardware doesn't always support booting from a USB stick-- but there is a workaround called Plop Boot Manager."
- Integrating Ubuntu Software Center with Launchpad(Mockup)
Tech Drive-in: "USC Launchpad Concept integrates Ubuntu Software Center with Launchpad and thereby provide easy access of hundreds of awesome applications hosted at Launchpad to its users."
- Novell sale to Attachmate delayed until April - due to patent investigation
Netstat -vat: "Novell shareholders are going to have wait just a bit longer until they can cash in and be acquired by Attachmate for $2.2 billion"
- Is It Time to Rebuild & Retool Public Libraries and Make �TechShops�?
Make: "To me, public libraries � the availability of free education for all � represent the collective commitment of a community to their future. They symbolize what is most important, a commitment to educating the next generation."
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