At Unixmen, we were lucky enough to score an exclusive interview with former Project Leader of the OpenIndiana, Alasdair Lumsden. Since Alasdair’s resignation, it has not only sparked discussion on the reasons of Alasdair’s resignation from OpenIndiana, but also generated a lot of interesting discussion on development and the future of OpenIndiana.
Warren Woodford is the man behind MEPIS, one of the first ever GNU/Linux distributions that tried to be more friendly to the user. In this quick interview he talks about the distribution market, the different strategies that are followed and his opinion on what all distributions should do in order for the Linux desktop to […]
Here’s a quick interview with Constantine Apostolou who is the creator and maintainer of the Cinux Linux distribution. Creating an operating system from scratch has its difficulties, but also its good parts. Constantine explains this process and gives us more details about his own baby – Cinux!
While things remain quiet overall with Linux development, I took some time out to interview a good friend of mine who I have known for many years through a popular Australian Bulletin Board. I know him as a passionate user and advocate for free and open-source software.
After the positive feedback that we got for our interview with Martin Hussemann of NetBSD, we decided to reach out and meet people from all the major BSD projects this summer. We continue on that context with Dru Lavigne of the most popular BSD system. Enjoy…
GNU/Linux is the greatest global and collaborative effort in the history of computers. Everyone should be able to use it, and to help in the development of it no matter what disabilities or special abilities one has. This week we talk with Mobeen Iqbal from Vinux Project, who gives us an insight on how a […]
Dick MacInnis is a rock musician and music composer that cares about the tools of creation. He is the creator and maintainer of the DreamStudio distribution that recently released its stable 12.04 version. On this interview, Dick MacInnis explains the uniqueness of his project, and talks about libre music creation. Enjoy!
Lilly Looking Through is one of the most wonderful games we’ve seen lately, with a very promising demo that puts you inside two parallel worlds of magnificence and mystery. On this Monday’s interview, we meet the creator of Lilly Looking Through, Steve Hoogendyk and try to learn as much as possible about Lilly and indie […]
BSD systems are the technological neighbors many of us meet daily, but few know much about. Martin Husemann of NetBSD explains, analyses, compares and refers to everything there is to know about BSD and NetBSD. Meet this fantastic operating system through another Monday’s interview on Unixmen.
Your productivity with a smartphone is primarily reliant on your smartphone’s browser, as most of the tasks on a smartphone are done in your mobile’s browser. This makes job of mobile browsers even more though; after all it’s not about simply rendering webpages, it’s about delivering a cost-effective, smooth internet browsing experience at its best.