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September 26, 2013
There's still ongoing work to mainline the open-source exFAT file-system support within the Linux kernel...
Ever questioned yourself why Linux Desktop is not as widely used as other operating systems such as Windows and Mac? Linux is the one of the most powerful Operating Systems in the world, being open source, and much more. Here's a few points why Linux Desktop may have been left on the shelf.
The VLC 2.1.0 open-source cross-platform media player is now available for download...
Marmalade announced a new version of its cross-platform mobile development SDK that adds support for the Linux-based Tizen operating system. The Tizen support in Marmalade 6.4 will give developers a head-start on porting applications before first Tizen devices ship later this year, says the company.
Not everyone can donate, not everyone will donate, and no one will donate all the time to every project they use. Many developers and free content creators have uttered the words, "if I could get such and such for each download/view". That would at least pay for the servers/equipment.
Nvidia devs hope to improve out-of-the-box performance in the wake of SteamOS announcement.
On September 22nd this year, Fedora turned 10 years old. Since the historic announcement ten years ago, the Fedora Project has remained a massive volunteer-driven community effort that complements the Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and has led to several popular spin-offs such as CentOS and Scientific Linux. To celebrate its 10th birthday, I would like to share several interesting tidbits about Fedora Linux.
There are many open source programs that get a lot of press. And then there a few, like the Solr search engine, that are important to businesses but are also virtually unknown, even in geek circles.
FlightGear flight simulator puts you in the cockpit to fly airliners, combat aircraft and helicopters.
You are a Linux user and you are searching for a free open source alternative to the most known video editing software which are available only for Windows in paid versions. Today I want to show you three of the best Video Editors for Linux from the simplest to the most professional.
Expanding the 'Covered Business Method' program: Sensible patent reform ... and why opponents have it wrong
Before the summer Congressional recess, a broad coalition of job-creating businesses added their voices to the pro-reform chorus with a ringing letter to Congress urging that expansion of the Covered Business Method (CBM) program be a cornerstone of any patent reform legislation being considered. The CBM program provides an innovative, carefully tailored means to address a particularly heinous abuse: manipulating the patent litigation system through aggressive use of unclear and overly broad business method patents by patent aggression entities (PAEs). It is currently limited to business method patents involving financial service products. attachments: Letter opposing Covered Business Method program expansion
September 25, 2013
The highly anticipated GNOME 3.10 desktop environment will be officially unveiled later today, September 25, 2013, and it will incorporate lots of new features, new and updated applications, and overall improvements.
Want to start a unique and truly useful open-source project? These three guidelines on choosing wisely will get you there.
Which idea led you to a career in open source? I want to stand on the shoulders of giants I want to try something beyond conventional wisdom I want to change the world I want to be a part of a community Why not change the world?I have always been interested in science, technology and (most of all) computers. These are things that I always loved, even though they were sometimes difficult. I loved math and science class in school; I read science-fiction and fantasy novels in all of my spare time. I was the nerdy kid at school that was bullied and mocked. It would have been so easy to just give in and be "like everyone else." I could have stopped reading. I could have played more sports.
More than two years after unknown hackers gained unfettered access over multiple computers used to maintain and distribute the Linux operating system kernel, officials still haven't released a promised autopsy about what happened.
The four-day-long siege of a Nairobi mall ended Tuesday with a death toll of more than 60 people – a number that’s expected to rise as more bodies are recovered. Another 170+ people were reportedly injured in the attack by Islamist militants.