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- Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.39 (Part 2) � Storage and file systems
The H: Linux 2.6.39 gets an EXT4 boost.
- Does the DoJ Have FOSS' Back?
Tech News World: "In a move designed to protect the free and open source software (FOSS) community, the U.S. Justice Department has intervened in an intellectual property case involving four dominant IT enterprises. The case could be a landmark in broadening the use of the Linux operating system and other open source software worldwide."
OSTATIC: "As we reported when Firefox 4 was recently released by Mozilla, its download numbers when first released were way beyond those of Internet Explorer 9 from Microsoft. At the same time, Firefox and Google Chrome have been steadily eating into Internet Explorer's market share around the world."
- Top 50 Portable Open Source Apps
Datamation: "For this list, we've compiled some of the best portable open source applications available. Some of these were originally designed by the project owner to be portable. Others are open source applications that have been re-packaged for portability by a third party."
- Simplify Perl Module Management With CPAN Minus
ServerWatch: "Perl may not be the hot topic, but that doesn't mean that admins don't need to worry about Perl modules. However, the standard CPAN shell can sometimes be a bit much to manage. If that's the case, consider switching to CPAN Minus."
- Generate HTML Photo Galleries with�digiKam
Scribbles and Snaps: "There are so many clever ways to share photos on the Web that the idea of creating a static HTML photo gallery may sound positively obsolete. But in certain situations, the ability to turn a bunch of photos into an HTML gallery can come in rather handy."
- Linux Top 5: Patent Winners and Losers
Linux Planet: Natty rounds the corner, but all eyes were on Linux patents last week.
- Open Source Activiti BPM Software Released
eCRM Guide: "Open source enterprise content management company Alfresco Software has released the 2.0 version of the Activiti Business Process Management (BPM) open source project. Activiti is an independently-run and branded open source project that will work independently of the Alfresco open source ECM system."
- The Linux Foundation Announces 20th Anniversary of Linux Design Contest
Linux Foundation: Design a T-Shirt, earn fame and travel from Linus Torvalds' employer
- GNOME Login Screen Mockups, Videos
Tech Drive-in: "Linux desktop is on a roll. First came the revamped KDE 4.0 which took the level of User Interface(UI) fit and finish of Linux desktops to another level. Then came the GNOME Shell and Ubuntu Unity desktop interfaces. But one thing they all lack, especially GNOME Shell and Unity, are good looking and user friendly login screens. And here are some very interesting login screen mockups for GNOME."
- Decoding Human Genes is Goal of New Open-Source Encyclopedia
GantDaily: "A massive database cataloging the human genome's functional elements, including genes, RNA transcripts and other products, is being made available as an open resource to the scientific community, classrooms, science writers and the public, thanks to an international team of researchers."
- Review: Barnes & Nobles' Nook Color goes Android Tablet
Linux and Open Source: "On April 25th, as has long been expected, the Nook Color got its 1.2 update. This transforms the Nook Color from being an e-reader to being a low-end Android tablet by replacing its operating system with Android 2.2 (Froyo) and adding an App Store."
- Lawyer requests users stop downloading/uploading of Debian
Debian: "The lawyer wants the poster to pay 700 Euro and stop uploading of Debian."
- Deployment Ease, Experimentation Highlights of Ubuntu 11.04
The VAR Guy: "When the discussion turned to the friction between the GNOME and Unity communities which has emerged over the course of the Natty development cycle, Canonical VP Steve George predicted that both desktop interfaces would continue to exist as important projects for a long while to come."
- TI updates DSP line with new chips, Linux support
Linux for Devices: Linux gets embedded into new TI chips.
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