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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Community Notes Community Notes

Jul 10, 2008

Jon Masters looks at a few of the defining moments of 2006 and rounds up the latest activities from the many different Linux User Groups around the world.

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

Jul 09, 2008

Inthis month’s Projects on the Move, we look at Squirrel SQL, a full-featured easy-to-use GUI-based database management tool. We also have updates on Debian: frozen Etch, the upcoming DebConf 7, and spring cleaning
on the Debian Desktop.

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

Jul 08, 2008

Although a couple of scratches are visible, you can read from the backup CD. The question is, for how long? Cdck measures the sector access times to give you an idea. Have you overwritten the bootloader on your disk? Super Grub Disk to the rescue!

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

Jul 07, 2008

The people behind Wikipedia have launched the Search Wikia project, which hopes to compete with the major search engines through a mixture of large community and sound financial backing.

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

Jul 02, 2008

Evolution and Kontact are the standard Personal Information Management applications on Linux, but many users are dissatisfied with the major players. Pimlico is a small-footprint alternative, and GDATA Provider brings Google with Mozilla calendar.

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Simile Semantic web tools of the Simile project

Jul 02, 2008

The Simile project jump starts the semantic web with a collection of tools for extending semantic information to existing websites.

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