- Top 5 ways not to be a Linux evangelist
- It Takes a Convert to Make a Convert
- GNOME 2.22.2 Released!
This is the second update to GNOME 2.22. Come and see all the bug fixing, all the new translations and all the updated documentation brought to you by the wonderful team of GNOME contributors! A lot of work has been done in the stable branch to make it even more solid than it was.
- Test KDE 4.1 Beta 1 with KDE4Daily
- Amarok 2 Gets Music Video Support!
over the last few days I’ve been working on a video applet for Amarok 2, allowing you to view music videos directly in Amarok’s new context view.
- Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring
Overall we liked what we saw. Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring may not be the best distro for the newcomer moving over from Windows, but if you’re used to the way Linux works and want to try something different, give it a try.
- Lightweight laptops do a delicate balancing act
Taiwanese upstart Asus made a name for itself last year with the itty-bitty 2-pound, Linux-based $299 Eee PC, popular with techies but hamstrung in a few ways.
- Order From Chaos: Choosing A Linux Distribution – PART 1
- Palm readies next-gen ‘Web 2.0’ OS
So let’s talk about the future – and specifically the forthcoming all-new Palm OS, which is codenamed Nova and said to be built around Linux.
- Android’s Debut Steals the Show at Google IO
- 3 Ways To Linux For The Weak Of Heart
- Donnie Berkholz speaks with LinuxCrazy
- Arora, a WebKit browser in Qt
The release of Qt 4.4 came along with the WebKit browser engine which could be tested with an included demo browser. This demo browser is now developed independent under the name Arora and is already, while in early development a cross platform Qt browser.
- Flock is top browser in PC World’s 100 Best Products
- Set a Firefox World Record!
- Open-source Software
- Top Universities Rely on GroundWork Open Source for IT Management and Monitoring
- Open source manufacturing ERP gets 600,000 downloads
- New Funambol Open Source Software Enables BlackBerry for the Mass Market
- Verific Design Automation Gives Nod to Synopsys’ VMM Open Source Release
- Govt urges software developers to increase compatibility
Incompatibility between proprietary software and open source software (OSS) remains a major barrier to reducing piracy in the country, the government says.
“During our meeting with Bill Gates (this month), we touched on the incompatibility of Microsoft software with open source software.”
“It is troublesome (to increase compatibility), but it will eventually benefit both sides,” Nuh said.
- Apatar partners with MySQL AB for open-source data integration
- Open-Source Network-Management Tools: Reading Between the Lines