- Suncorp envisages Linux, ODF for 20,000 desktops
Open source software is set to play an increasingly important role at Australia’s sixth largest bank, according to Smith, who said that Suncorp will look to use open source “wherever we can”.
- Italian Ministry of Justice Adopts Red Hat Solutions
- Open source tour of Europe: Austria
- Open source tour of Europe: Switzerland
- Press Release – 64 Studio 2.1 ‘A Minha Menina’ released!
64 Studio is a GNU/Linux distribution tailor-made for digital content creation, including audio, video, graphics and publishing tools.
- Release Notes for Linux Mint 5 Elyssa
This is Linux Mint 5, codename Elyssa, based on Daryna and compatible with Ubuntu Hardy and its repositories.
- [IAEP] Sugar Digest 2008-06-09
It has been a busy week for Sugar Labs.
1. Sucrose: On behalf of the Release Team, Simon Schampijer announced Sucrose 0.81.2 (Development Release). Features of this new release include elimination of some platform dependencies, an improved activity-list view, a graphical user interface to the Sugar control panel (including settings for Frame activation delays), and expanded internationalization of Etoys. The next development release is scheduled in two weeks. Thanks to everyone who made this release possible!
- DSL 4.4 Released
- Mandriva 2008.1 Spring Edition : Breath Of Fresh Air
Mandriva always stands one step ahead of other distribution in terms of overall experience.. Though ranked #6 in Distrowatch.. Mandriva features and utilities makes it one of the best newbie friendly distro out there.. The best feature of Mandriva is that the developers try to re master the new release from the scratch..
- How’s Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Doing?
As I reported two weeks ago, Red Hat expects to get an updated to RHEL 4–the 4.7 release, to be precise–out the door on July 21, which will include updates for hardware, bug fixes, and security patches. Red Hat hopes to have RHEL 5.3 ready in January 2009 or so.
- Debian Weekly News – June 9th, 2008
- Debian news : Debian Weather is back
- Standing On The Edge
First off, I have been asked by Christian not to name the school. Microsoft is terribly sensitive to the loss of any school in California, as they have to pay for millions in replacement equipment and software due to a court order.
- Flipping the Linux switch: Linux web tools and HTML editors, Pt. 1
- Linux – A Social Justice Issue
- Computex 2008 – Linux ultra-portables galore
- ASUS Eee PC 4G (701)
- Add multitouch gesture support to a TouchPad-equipped laptop
- Trying Out Ubuntu’s Netbook Remix
- Smartphones, Linux gaining share
- Nokia: Linux role growing, not yet mainstream
Nokia’s Chief Financial Officer Rick Simonson last month called Linux’s role “terribly important” at an investor conference, saying Nokia had been developing the next generation of Linux-based products, which are starting to come to the market.
- The Happy Collision of Collaboration and Competition in the Mobile World
LiMo’s transparent governance model and a critically important intellectual property (IP) safe harbor to refine the Foundation’s common, Linux-based middleware platform — while remaining entirely free to deliver their own compelling and differentiated services to mobile customers.
- Linux IPC stack adds protocol negotiation
- $150 board sports Cortex-A8
- Getting the right kind of contributions
- IGEL introduces 9 different models with Citrix XenDesktop™ Appliance functionality
- Looks Like a Million To Me: How I Realized that [Linux-based] Amazon’s Kindle and Sony’s E-Reader Were Exceeding Sales Estimates
- GPL: why can’t a lawyer understand it?
- GNewSense, the Present and the Future
- Tuxpaint is fun for kids and adults
- Who Will Rule The New Internet?
In many ways, these companies are technology’s standard-bearers, though their guiding philosophies differ. Google, for instance, advocates an “open” Web and tends to push for open standards and alliances among developers.
- Boy Scouts of America look to open-source community for help
- Video: Firefox 3 Screencast
- Firefox 3: Past, Present, and Future
- Mozilla’s open source phone system
- Open-source Asterisk appliance takes on Nortel
- Interview: John De Goes Introduces a Newly Free Source Code Editor
“The tools market is dead. Open source killed it. The only commercial tools that can survive today are the ones that leapfrog open source tools.” Thus argues John De Goes, president of N-BRAIN, which creates and provides UNA, a source code editor.
- BJP to launch ambitious tech initiative to gain edge in elections
- Opengear Adds Open Source Network UPS Tools to Range of Console Servers
- Open Enterprise Interview: Bernard Dalle, Index Ventures
- Walking Three Tightropes
- Rowgen the full package, IRI CoSort says
- Sun Java CAPS chugs down SOA open source track
- Compiere Releases Open Source ERP Solution Upgrade
- Etelos Adds Open-Source Hosting
- Windows 7: R.I.P.
- Dell touts Windows XP to 2009 – and ‘likely longer’
- Buy Windows XP, Get Vista Free
- Vista’s so bad no one steals it
- Yahoo-Microsoft partial deal not imminent
- Skype: We can’t comply with police wiretap requests
- Security firm asks for help cracking ransomware key
- Bots to blame for Amazon.com outages?
- Racing Against Reversers
- Big Brother: Sarkozy calls for it, his government does it.
- Woman claims Comcast violated privacy
- No ID Card Function Creep? Pull the Other One
- RMS Adds a Little Oyster Sauce