Red Hat Forum 2012 (Brisbane, Australia) – Summary Part 2
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Red Hat Forum 2012 (Brisbane, Australia) – Summary Part 2

This is the second and final part of our Red Hat Forum 2012 summary, which…

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Red Hat Forum 2012 (Brisbane, Australia) – Summary Part 1
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Red Hat Forum 2012 (Brisbane, Australia) – Summary Part 1

Pixar goes open source
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Pixar goes open source

A few days ago at SIGGRAPH 12 conference, Pixar presented their latest hot technology called…

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The naturalness in the evolution of desktop environments
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The naturalness in the evolution of desktop environments

I’ve been browsing distrowatch.com lately noticing something that is happening for some time now, but…

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GNOME Shell Essential Extensions
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GNOME Shell Essential Extensions

Despite the controversy over GNOME Shell and its productivity, there’s no point pretending that it…

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Lightspark 0.6.0.1 released! Adobe flash alternative
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Lightspark 0.6.0.1 released! Adobe flash alternative

The open source  and adobe flash player alternative  Lightspark 0.6.0.1 has been released, according to…

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emesene 2.12.5 has been released!
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emesene 2.12.5 has been released!

Few days ago was released emesene 2.12.5 , the new release comes with some new…

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Popular Linux Development Software
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Popular Linux Development Software

Software developers use a lot of different tools and methods for their hacking. And by…

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Growth in Companies migrating to Open source to beat vendor lock-in
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Growth in Companies migrating to Open source to beat vendor lock-in

The future of open source is now slated for growth as more business look to…

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UK Government invests 10 million GBP to growing Open data Institute
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UK Government invests 10 million GBP to growing Open data Institute

Open Data institute is a soon to be launched open source initiative in Data sharing…

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LibreOffice 3.5.4 comes with significant performance improvements | PPA
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LibreOffice 3.5.4 comes with significant performance improvements | PPA

Announced today the release of LibreOffice 3.5.4, according to the announcement,” this release  offers significant…

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GNOME-Shell – Ubuntu Precise Pangolin theme
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GNOME-Shell – Ubuntu Precise Pangolin theme

Ubuntu Precise Pangolin theme is a nice theme based on the default ubuntu 12.04 theme…

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The Grand Android browsers Showdown
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The Grand Android browsers Showdown

Your productivity with a smartphone is primarily reliant on your smartphone’s browser, as most of…

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What’s that sound? Linux Audio Players
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What’s that sound? Linux Audio Players

Sound is one of those portions of the Linux operating system that is often unappreciated…

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OpenOffice – A House of Sand
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OpenOffice – A House of Sand

“When Apache foundation released OpenOffice 3.4, many people wondered what is the point of OpenOffice…

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Free and Open-Source Software bring an Open-Community
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Free and Open-Source Software bring an Open-Community

It’s often associated that open-source is referred to Linux and FOSS (Free and Open-Source Software). But…

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Power Off comes back in GNOME
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Power Off comes back in GNOME

Democracy always wins!! It took almost two years for GNOME Developers to release that the…

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Gimp plugin registry for Gimp2.8 is available for Ubuntu12.04 | PPA
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Gimp plugin registry for Gimp2.8 is available for Ubuntu12.04 | PPA

Gimp Plugin registry is a package of some very useful plugins for Gimp, it contain a number…

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