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- Cross-domain WebGL textures disabled in Firefox 5
Mozilla.org: Yeaah, we supported a feature that was inherently insecure, but we've fixed it now...
- Software Patent Blockbuster: Microsoft loses to i4i
ZDnet: "Software patents continue strong after Supreme Court decision in favor of i4i over Microsoft."
- The Fruits of DEX Begin to Emerge
OStatic: DEX organizes developers from Debian and Debian derivatives to monitor and merge changes into the Debian development tree.
- Kernel Log: Coming in 3.0 (Part 1) - Networking
The H Open: Linus said to expect nothing, but...
- Open Source for Vertical Apps: Is Wall Street Ready?
CIO Central: "Getting an edge with technology is a tricky business. Most financial services firms have been deeply afflicted with the Not-Invented-Here mentality. They have created their own software for everything and, in many cases, their own infrastructure."
- Samba 3.6 release soon, Samba 4 pushed to late 2011, 2012
Linux and Open Source Blog: "The final version Samba 4.0 won't be delivered until late 2011, or 2012, yet a major update is expected soon."
- Bleeding Edge - Install Major Apps Not Available in Ubuntu Software Center Easil
Tech Drive-in: "Bleeding Edge is a simple script for Ubuntu that lets you install a multitude of applications not available in official Ubuntu repositories."
- Avoiding a Cloud Computing Armageddon
The Standards Blog: "Cloud computing is all the rage today, with everyone from the U.S. Federal government to Apple herding us into a brave new world of remotely hosted data and services. There are, of course, many advantages to the cloud concept. But as usual, this new IT architecture has some inherent and serious risks that cloud proponents hope potential customers will not dwell on."
- SRWare Iron, A Chromium-based Open Source browser that respects your privacy
Tech Laze: "There are articles floating around on the internet criticizing Google for its intrusive privacy policies. Providing a good solution to this problem comes SRWare Iron, a Chromium-based browser that is optimized for privacy and security."
- Open source vendors unfairly excluded from government contracts
Computing.co.uk: "European public sector IT contracts are unfairly favouring large suppliers such as Microsoft by ignoring the rules governing the use of trademarks in tender requests, according to a new report."
- OpenSUSE World IPv6 Day Results
openSUSE: We're keeping IPv6 on after world IPv6 Day
- A plea to save OpenOffice.org from Apache
IT World: "Former Microsoft developer-turned-free-software-advocate Keith Curtis has outlined his thoughts on why it would be a bad idea to make OpenOffice.org an incubator project stewarded by the Apache Software Foundation."
- 5 grep like commands
Linuxaria: "In particular I'll show you: pgrep, grepcidr, ngrep, pdfgrep and taggrepper."
- So what is Ensemble anyway?
Ubuntu Cloud Portal: "Have you heard of Ensemble? Are you excited about Cloud/Service Orchestration? What? Ok you're not alone if you are scratching your head."
- Fedora 15 LXDE review
LinuxBSDos: Who needs GNOME Shell when you can go minimal with LXDE
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