Community Notes Community NotesJul 09, 2008
LUGS debate tax time, free BBC content online, hosting Linux swap on LVM, and more.more »
Community Notes Community NotesJul 07, 2008
Jon Masters follows the recent foibles surrounding DRM – Digital Rights Management – and gives a roundup of the latest news from a variety of Linux community groups.more »
Sun Microsystems and Microsoft have opened an interoperability center at the Microsoft campus in Redmond.more »
The European Commission has imposed a fine of 899 m Euros on Microsoft, stating that the company had demanded unreasonable prices for interface documentation for it Workgroup servers.more »
Hewlett-Packard is now accepting Linux Professional Institute (LPI) level 2 qualifications as entry-level credits for training to HP's Accredited System Engineer standard.more »
The Freedom Task Force (FTF) has received a further 12 months’ financial backing from the Dutch NL-Net Internet foundation, announced the Free Software Foundation Europe, which runs the FTF project.more »
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