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- Red Hat Extends Linux Support
ServerWatch: Now instead of 7 years of standard support and extra 3 yrs of bug fixes (10 total) for RHEL, Red Hat is now moving to 10 yrs of standard support for RHEL 5 and 6.
- Red Hat developer explains open source color calibration hardware
ars technica: "Color management has historically been a weak area for the Linux desktop, but the situation is rapidly improving."
- Sick of Ubuntu's bad breath? Suck on a Linux Mint instead
The Register: "The result is not, surprisingly, a Frankendesktop of horrendous proportions, but something quite usable."
- How to install Ubuntu the way you've never done it before
DarkDuck: "Have you ever installed any GNU/Linux distribution? Have you ever installed Windows? Have you noticed the difference? I think you know what I am talking about..."
- Ubuntu 12.10 Developer Summit Sponsorship Open
Softpedia: "The sponsorship for the upcoming Ubuntu Developer Summit 2012 event is now open for submissions."
- Canonical Adds Unity Settings in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
Softpedia: "It looks like Canonical is trying hard to make it more user friendly by adding new functionality and allowing users to easily configure it."
- Women in Tech: Manuela Hutter sees endless possibilities
Between the Lines: "Introducing Manuela Hutter, Interface Developer at Opera Software. Her profile is the first in a new Women in Tech series."
- Meet Bill Gates, the Man Who Changed Open Source Software
Wired Enterprise: "The meeting took place a week before Bill Gates retired from Microsoft, and the topic was open source software."
- Drush: Managing Drupal from the Command Line
Wazi: "Drush can make it easy for you to perform an internal cleanup, do a fresh Drupal install, install and enable modules, or create users, among other things."
- IBM to realign Symphony with Apache OpenOffice
IT World: "IBM is indeed dropping production of its Lotus Symphony office suite, ending a five-year run on the Microsoft Office alternative."
- Miro Internet TV: Internet TV for Ubuntu Desktop
Linuxaria: "Miro, first launched in 2005 then revamped in 2007 (it was first launched as Democracy Player), is written in Python."
- Lower the U.S. national debt by expanding the government's use of Free Software
White House Petitions: "The U.S. federal government is being taken advantage of by many unscrupulous software vendors who charge the government far more for proprietary software."
- Webopedia Term of the day: What is Linux Mint?
Webopedia: "Linux Mint users can select the GNOME 3 environment with the option of two new GNOME 3-based desktop environments -- Cinnamon and Mint GNOME Shell Extensions (MGSE) -- or they can choose the GNOME 2-based MATE environment."
- Pentaho Open Sources Big Data Capabilities with Kettle
EnterpriseAppsToday: Transforming application data to work with Hadoop and other Big Data frameworks is about to get easier, thanks to Pentaho's Kettle 4.3 release.
- How I Manage Bandwidth Using Trickle On Ubuntu
UbuntuPortal: Trickle is a portable application bandwidth shaper lightweight. It can run in collaborative mode 'together with trickled' or in stand alone mode.
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