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- Harnessing the Benefits of Open-Source Sustainability Tools
Green Biz: "Count IBM, Nike and the Outdoor Industry Association among the growing list of business interests turning to open source models to lower costs and scale best practices and technologies."
- Need open source Django CRM? Cuddle up to Koalix
CIO: "the biggest advantage of Django compared to other frameworks is, of course, that it's based on Python. It became well known to many developers that Django is not just another framework you can use. It's the best way to store data in different databases and it's even possible to run the software as a Google App."
- PSN stumbles back online for developers
Geek.com: "PSN has begun to come back online, but access to it is currently restricted to developers, and it's sporadic at best."
- Ebook Publishing Using Linux Tools
Linux Journal: "As a long-time hard-core Linux user, I thought that some of you other Linux folks might be interested in how to write and publish a Kindle ebook using only Linux tools."
- Tech Comics: "Try It the Social Way"
Datamation: "Today's social media sites are creating a new currency, of sorts."
- Manual disk partitioning guide for Kubuntu 11.04
LinuxBSDos.com: "To make upgrades less tasking, it is recommended that a separate partition be created for /home, the directory where your home folder will be located. This article presents a step-by-step guide on how to configure these partitions manually."
- Installing Gnome Shell Extensions
Casperson's Hubfolio: "Gnome Shell Extensions provide a number of official enhancements to the Gnome 3 desktop. There is an RPM called gnome-shell-extenions available in an OpenSuse repo, but this did not work for me. Instead you can download and make the extensions for yourself using the following commands."
- 4 Popular opensource Project Management applications
Unixmen: "Opensource Project Management Apps are the key to success in many an organization and in personal life for task management too. Introduced here are some of the popular open sources Apps for Project Management."
- Webopedia Term of the Day: What is a micro server?
Webopedia: "A micro server (may also be written as microserver or MicroServer) is a small server appliance that works like a server. Micro servers are off-the-shelf appliances that are designed for ease of installation and maintenance. A micro server will come with the operating system, hardware and software preinstalled and configured by the manufacturer."
- Linux Heavily Used in the Enterprise by 1999 - And SCO Knew It or Could/Should Have
Groklaw: Remember how SCO told the court in SCO v. IBM that Linux wasn't ready for the enterprise until IBM got involved in the year 2000?
- Sabayon 6, Entropy 1, a new Era is about to come
On the Other Hand: "It's been some time since my last blog post, but if you're a Sabayon user, you may know that I've been busy with a lot of stuff lately. "
- It's Not A Linux Laptop
ComputerworldUK: "Google's new ChromeBook may look like a Linux laptop, but look again - it's the return of the Network Computer."
- Btrfs Support For Ubuntu's Update Manager
Phoronix: "Eventually we will see Ubuntu Linux deploy Btrfs as the default file-system."
- New Features in digiKam 2.0: XMP�Sidecar
Scribble and Snaps: digiKam has new features.
- Ubuntu adopts LightDM, login screens to get more exciting
Geek.net: "Login screens are something that often get overlooked on a machine because at most we spend a few seconds every day staring at them."
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