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- Michael Hart (1947 - 2011): Prophet of Abundance
Open Enterprise: "Sadly, one of the earliest pioneers, Michael Hart, was somewhat older, and died on Tuesday at the age of just 64."
- Intel denies giving up on MeeGo, but that doesn't mean much
Ars Technica: "Intel's "commitment" doesn't mean much in practice, however, because the company's development efforts to date have done little to advance the project."
- HP's OpenStack Cloud Goes Into Private Beta
ServerWatch: "OpenStack is an open source cloud technology that got started just over a year ago. NASA and Rackspace the effort was launched initially, and it has since grown to more than 90 participating organizations including Dell, Citrix and Cisco."
- Webopedia Term of the Day: What is LibreOffice?
Webopedia: "A new fork of Oracle's Open Office open source office suite that was first released in September 2010 by The Document Foundation. LibreOffice's name is a combination of the French word for free ("Libre") and Office."
- Kernel Log: Coming in 3.1 (Part 2) - Storage and filesystems
The H Open: The software RAID code now supports bad block management and dm-crypt can notify SSDs about freed storage areas.
- Podcasting from WordPress
Linux.com: WordPress is the leading open source blogging platform for good reasons, but what do you do when the written word no longer suffices?
- How to build a sustainable nonprofit the open source way
OpenSource.com: Building a broadly impactful and long-lasting nonprofit is no easy task.
- Tracking Server Uptimes
LinuxJournal: Unlike some other OS's, Linux almost never has to reboot� or so I was told when I first started learning about it.
- The problem with github
InternetNews: From the 'Ok, maybe Kernel.org is better for Linux' files...
- Bacon Justifies Ubuntu Decisions
OSTATIC: "Thank you, Sire. Shall I kiss your ring?"
- UniPro: Open Source Bioinformatics Business with UGENE
FLOSS for Science: "This week we interviewed Mikhail Fursov, software engineer at Unipro, a software services company with an open source bioinformatics product: UGENE."
- Top 10 Things To Do With an iPhone Prototype Found Abandoned in a Bar
FOSS Force: "This week it was deja vu all over again (to steal somebody else's line) over in Cupertino town, where the Zapple... (oops, that's a cheap wine they might not even make anymore) ... the Apple folks have once again managed to misplace (that means 'lose' or 'leave behind') a valuable prototype of an unreleased iPhone at a bar."
- How Open is Oracle?
Datamation: "Oracle's OpenWorld event is coming next month, which makes me wonder about using the words 'open' and Oracle in the same sentence. Is Oracle 'open'? and what is 'open'?"
- Into a hacker's head: Dark side of the IT world
Zero Day: "For those of you who follow Zero Day, there's something new afoot: A new hacker series."
- How to install MongoDB on ubuntu server
Ubuntu Geek: "MongoDB wasn't designed in a lab. We built MongoDB from our own experiences building large scale, high availability, robust systems."
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