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- Dolphin Review - Kubuntu's Counterpart to Nautilus
Tux Arena: "Dolphin's goal is to offer as much as possible functionality while also keeping lightweight and fast. And yes, it does it perfectly well."
- Why Does the Linux Desktop So Lack Proprietary Apps?
Datamation: "What's interesting about this situation is that Linux on the desktop is ripe with opportunity for proprietary vendors looking to sell their wares. So what exactly is the problem then? What's the hold up?"
- PeaZip 3.8 Released - Add Support for WIM and XZ Archives (Ubuntu Installation)
TuxArena: "PeaZip is an open-source file archiver with GTK and Qt interfaces, with support for all the major archives out there, including gzip, 7z, bzip2, zip, and arc."
- Ubuntu to offer infotainment in your vehicle
Unixmen: "The Ubuntu IVI Remix will be developed to provide In-Vehicle Infotainment manufacturers, the capability to develop client-specific products that are interactive, multimedia-based and easy to connect to network."
- 11 of the Best Free Linux Chemistry Tools
Linux Links: "This article focuses in selecting the best open source software for chemistry. Hopefully there will be something for interest here for all budding chemists."
- Video: Linus Torvalds and Greg Kroah-Hartman on 20 years of Linux @ LinuxCon Japan 2011
Editors' Note: This is a really insightful conversation between Greg Kroah-Hartman and Linus Torvalds on the first 20 years of Linux and what the future holds
- Eclipse Foundation Survey: Android, the Cloud and Mobile Rule the Roost
OStatic: "In this year's survey, as has been seen in similar surveys recently, mobile applications and cloud computing are clearly on users' and developers' minds. "
- Canonical builds a 42-core ARM cluster server box for Ubuntu
Geek.com: "Just like Microsoft with Windows 8, Canonical is pushing forward with ensuring ARM-compatibility for future versions of Ubuntu."
- 17 things we'd change about names in Linux
TechRadar: "Open source names are dominated by acronyms and in-jokes"
- Linux: Not for (Married) Lovers?
LinuxInsider: "You just never know on any given day what's waiting for you in the Linux blogosphere."
- Do we still need the FSF, GNU and GPL?
Glyn Moody: "...on the one hand we have the fact that the GNU in GNU/Linux represents quite a small total of the code in a leading distro "
- NetRexx is now open source
The H Open: "NetRexx, a variant of the Rexx script language, developed by IBM, has been made open source software under the aegis of the Rexx Language Association (RexxLA)."
- Joomla Quietly Crosses 23 Million Downloads, Now Powering Over 2,600 Government Sites
The Washington Post: "According to BuiltWith, of the top million websites using content management systems (or CMSes), three systems own more than 75 percent of the total market share: WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal."
- The politics of Java
IT World: "If Executive Committee members of the Java Community Process don't like how Oracle is handling Java and the JCP, then why don't they just vote no when big Java issues come up?"
- The Decline and Fall of OpenOffice.org
Off the Beat: Bruce Byfield's Blog: "The tone on the mailing lists and public statements suggest to me that Apache members are generally non-plussed about the donation, as though it is something they are dutifully accepting rather than anything they're excited about."
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