Fedora Awards Student Scholarships

Aug 19, 2008

Sponsored by the Linux distributor Red Hat Inc.,the Fedora project has introduced a new scholarship program for students around the globe who have contributed to free software, particularly to the Fedora project.

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Debian Celebrates 15th Birthday

Aug 18, 2008

Fifteen years ago, on Saturday the 16th of August, 1993, Ian Murdock wrote an email to the comp.os.linux.development newsgroup , announcing his upcoming Debian Linux Release.

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Boxee Available for Linux and Mac

Aug 12, 2008

Have you heard about Boxee? Boxee is a social media center based on the SourceForge.net Community Choice Award-winning XBox Media Center (XBMC) open source project.

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Linux Foundation Announces Linux Developer Network beta

Aug 08, 2008

On August 7, Brian Proffitt, former Managing Editor of Linux Today and the new LDN Community Manager, announced the beta release of the Linux Foundation's Linux Developer Network.

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Free Software Projects An up-to-date look at free software and its makers

Aug 01, 2008

We take a closer look at photo stitching, a photo gallery application, an audio player, and video-recording software. for a more complete summary of the article.

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Tux Redux

Jul 25, 2008

Daniel Phillips has relaunched his Tux filesystem. After Tux2 failed due to patenting issues eight years ago, Phillips has now invited developers to collaborate on Tux3.

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Free Software Projects An up-to-date look at free software and its makers

Jul 11, 2008

The /etc/ directory contains thousands of files, and it is easy to lose an office document in its murky depths. Managing directories files via FTP can be time consuming. We'll investigate utilities that help you keep track of your files. Also in this issue: Trouble at Debian and Future Fears, starring Dunc Tank, Anthony Towns, and Matthew Garret.

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Free Software Projects An up-to-date look at free software and its makers

Jul 11, 2008

Shaping 3D objects with two-dimensional input devices is not easy. In this issue, we investigate how the K-3D project tackles designing a new user interface. Also, Towns triumphs, trouble at Debian, and good news.

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