May 10, 2012 at 08:41 PM
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Mar 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM
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May 25, 2010 at 12:09 PM
I'm proud to
announce the release of Fedora 13, the latest innovative Linux
distribution from the Fedora Project, a global, collaborative
partnership of free software community members sponsored by Red Hat.
more... and Seven
Reasons to Upgrade to Fedora 13.
Linux 2.6.34 Kernel Debuts With New
The Linux 2.6.34 kernel is now
available, delivering new filesystems to the open source operating
system. Among the big new items included in the 2.6.34 release is the
Ceph distributed filesystem and LogFS, a filesystem geared toward
flash media devices. The update comes as the second major Linux
kernel development of 2010 and follows the Linux 2.6.33 kernel
release by just under three months. more... and Thoughts
Google open sources $124.6m video
Google has taken a swashbuckling step
towards open and license-free web video by open sourcing the leading
codec from On2 Technologies, the video-compression outfit it acquired
earlier this year for $124.6 million. more... and Flash
embraces Google's open video codec and Vorbis
is not Theora.
Google rolls out encrypted Web
Google began offering an encrypted
option for Web searchers on Friday and said it planned to roll it out
for all of its services eventually. People who want to use the more
secure search option can type "https://www.google.com" into
their browser, scrambling the connection so the words and phrases
they search on, and the results that Google displays, will be
protected from interception. more...
Database daddy goes non-relational
on NoSQL fanbois.
Postgres and Ingres father Michael
Stonebraker is answering NoSQL with a variant of his relational baby
for web-scale data — and it breaks some of the rules he helped
pioneer. On Tuesday, Stonebraker’s VoltDB company is due to release
its eponymous open-source OLTP in-memory database. It ditches just
enough DBMS staples to be faster than NoSQL while staying on the
right side of the critical ACID database compliance benchmark for
atomicity, consistency, isolation and durability of data. more...
News In The Linux Audio World.
There's always something noteworthy
happening in Linux audio development. This week's news includes
reports about a new Linux audio blog, music made by particle
acceleration, how to use a laptop as a virtual music stand, synth
emulation from the terminal command prompt, and watching the Linux
Keep Your System Clean with
Keeping your system clean can be a
time-consuming affair, unless you use specialized tools like
BleachBit. With just a few mouse clicks, this nifty little utility
can help you to purge all the junk produced by the system and
installed applications. more...
Icarus, home of the original $150 near-space launch!
Open Movie Trailer Looks Promising and more....
5 Things You
Didn’t Know VLC Could Do.
How To Tips.
May 05, 2010 at 10:50 AM
Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
The Ubuntu team is
pleased to announce Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Long-Term Support). This
release incorporates the Desktop Edition and the Server Edition. The
Server Edition can be used on physical servers, on Ubuntu Enterprise
Cloud (UEC), and on Amazon's EC2 public cloud. more... and Discover
the new features in Ubuntu 10.04 and First
look at Ubuntu 10.04.
for open source
software in a patent lawsuit.
The jury verdict
last Friday in favor of Red Hat and Novell in a case based on bad
software patents owned by "non-practicing entities" is an
important victory for the open source community. Those in the
business of acquiring bad software patents to coerce payments or
bring lawsuits should be worried. more... and Red
Hat & Novell Beat IP Innovation.
PGP for $300 million.
acquire encryption specialist PGP and endpoint security vendor
GuardianEdge Technologies for $300 million and $70 million
respectively, the company said on Thursday. Both are privately held
companies. Symantec said the deals are subject to regulatory approval
but are expected to close by June. more... and Symantec
Acquires PGP, GuardianEdge.
HP buys Palm.
THE LEADING PC
BRAND HP has written a $1.2 billion cheque to buy the troubled
smartphone maker Palm. While it had been expected that Palm was a
ripe target for some one to buy, many pundits expected that it would
be Lenovo signing on the dotted line. HP seems to have come out of
nowhere to pick up the company. more... and Hewlett-Packard
Will Acquire Palm for $1.2 Billion.
Contributes to Open-Source
getting involved with another big-time open-source project, having
agreed to support the popular Joomla content management system.
Amahi 5.3: Storage pooling &
replication, UI improvements.
The team has had a busy last few weeks
with a small surge in growth from the FLOSS weekly interview and our
award from Linux Format magazine, along with new features. We are
proud to bring you Amahi 5.3! There are so many new features to this
release that this announce should be for a 6.0! more...
Mr. Fixit Goes Open Source With DIY
Manufacturers want you to recycle old
gear when you upgrade, but Kyle Wiens would prefer that you keep your
old gadgets and fix them yourself. Wiens, CEO of repair company
iFixit, has remade his gadget-repair website into a collaborative
wiki with the goal of crowdsourcing repair manuals for every type of
device imaginable. He calls the movement “Repair 2.0.” more...
Farewell Songbird, We Hardly Knew
Songbird, the popular open source cross
platform music player, has decided to dump support for Linux. Such a
move could be fatal and here’s why. Earlier this month it was
revealed that open source music player, Songbird, will drop support
for Linux and concentrate on Windows and OS X. Needless to say, the
Linux community hasn’t received this news very well. more...
VMware Workstation in Linux –
I am a great fan of virtualization
products, VMware in particular. Player, Server, ESXi, they all offer
a range of creative, useful solutions to the computer user when it
comes to running multiple instances of various operating systems, all
at once. more...
Mailinator was the first disposable email service for people who want to protect
their online identity.
PianoBooster is a free (Open Source) program that plays Standard Midi Files and
allows you to change the speed of playback and transpose the music
Frinika is a free (licensed under GNU GPL) complete music workstation
software containing sequencer, midi support, soft synthesizers, audio
recorder, piano roll/tracker/notation editing and more.
the first free software Blu-ray encoder.
to GRUB 2.
your inner Old Master with MyPaint (Open Source).
How To Tips.
Apr 21, 2010 at 10:18 AM
Open Clip Art
Library 2.0 Release!
The Open Clip Art
Library grew from a project between Jon Phillips (of Fabricatorz) and
Bryce Harrington, in early 2004. From humble beginnings, it has
evolved into a massive collection of over 24,000 scalable vector
images, all created by 1200+ artists from around the world. more...
projects with Kplato.
KPlato is one of
those tools that could easily get overlooked – but certainly
shouldn’t. KPlato is project management tool that offers more
features that many similar tools. KPlato was created with the
intention of managing moderate to large projects using multiple
resources, time constraints, and dependencies. KPlato features
various GANTT charts, and tasks can be organized in different ways.
Simply put, if you are looking for an outstanding project management
tool, KPlato might be the perfect match. more...
Turn your old
computer into a music
server with VortexBox Linux.
VortexBox is a
free, open source, quick-install ISO that turns your unused computer
into an easy-to-use music server/jukebox. Once VortexBox has been
loaded on an unused PC, it will automatically rip CDs to FLAC and MP3
files, ID3 tag the files , and download the cover art. Vortexbox will
then serve the files to network media players such as Logitech
Squeezebox, Sonos, or Linn. more...
Turbocharge OpenOffice.org Writer
are hundreds of nifty extensions available in the official extension
repository. Some of them add a feature or two, while others take
OpenOffice.org to a whole new level. The AuthorSupportTool (AST)
extension belongs to the latter category. AST not just adds some
random features to OpenOffice.org Writer, it dramatically enhances
the word processor’s functionality, turning it into a powerful tool
for working on research papers and complex documents. more...
Turn Firefox into
an Ebook Reader with EPUBReader.
You can use a
dedicated application like FBReader or Calibre to read and manage
ebooks on your machine, or you can do it without leaving the
convenience of the Firefox browser courtesy of the EPUBReader
extension. more... and FBReader
- e-book reader for Linux desktops and Lucidor
- Simple eBook Reader.
7 cool Linux
Well, we asked our
projects expert to rustle up 7 great things you can do on your
penguin-powered machine - host a photo album, make sweet music,
create stop-frame animations and more. Read on to get cracking!
Absurdity, the movie.
How To Tips.
Mar 09, 2010 at 11:45 AM
of the Apache HTTP
The ASF's first
project became the world's most popular Web server software within
the first six months of its inception. The Apache HTTP Server today
powers nearly 112 million Websites world-wide.A triumph for the
all-volunteer Foundation, the Apache HTTP Server reliably delivers
petabytes of data across the world’s most demanding uses, including
real-time news sources, Fortune 100 enterprise portals, cloud
computing clusters, financial services platforms, mission-critical
military intelligence applications, aerospace communications
networks, and more. The server software can be downloaded, modified
and installed by anyone free of charge. more...
Frees Its 137-Year
magazine has scanned every issue they've ever produced, and posted
the archives at their website, at no charge. 'We've partnered with
Google to offer our entire 137-year archive for free browsing. Each
issue appears just as it did at its original time of publication,
complete with period advertisements. more... and Search the PopSci
"Topaz" - A
Linux distribution that combine the stability, speed and beauty.
After 2 years of
of development, Elive 2.0 landed under the codename "Topaz". The new
release comes with many improvments. Elive "Topaz"
is based on debian and use Enlightenment 17 as a default desktop .The
authors of Elive claim that it offers great visual appear even with
minimal hardware resources. more...
RabbitVCS is a set
of graphical tools written to provide simple and straightforward
access to the version control systems you use. Currently, it is
integrated into the Nautilus file manager and only supports
Subversion, but our goal is to incorporate other version control
systems as well as other file managers. It is primarily inspired by
Kate Puts Other
Text Editors to
Kate is a
multi-document editor that grew from a rewritten version of the
KWrite editing widget of the KDE desktop. It's runnable on both Gnome
and KDE desktops. Kate's feature set goes above and beyond that of
most text editors. It can display an index of files on a sidebar,
check a document's spelling, and perform robust search-and-find
Mistelix, a DVD
Slideshow creating application for Linux.
Mistelix is an
open source DVD authoring application with also Theora slideshow
creation capabilities for GNU/Linux systems. So, using this you can
create DVD projects with videos and slideshows that can be played on
DVD players. Because of its slideshow feature you can even create a
slideshow out of a collection of pics that can be played in your PC.
Acquires Online Image Editing Tool Picnik.
How To Tips.
Feb 23, 2010 at 01:31 PM
victory for open source
The long running
case of Jacobsen v. Katzer has been settled on terms favourable to
Jacobsen, a developer of the Java Model Railroad Interface project.
The case came about when Katzer incorporated Jacobsen's code into
it's proprietary model trail software, after deleting the copyright
notices that existed in the code. more... and Inside
Open Source's Historic Victory.
If you haven't
changed the default password on your home router, you may be in for
an unwanted visit from Chuck Norris -- the Chuck Norris botnet, that
is. Discovered by Czech researchers, the botnet has been spreading by
taking advantage of poorly configured routers and DSL modems,
according to Jan Vykopal, the head of the network security department
with Masaryk University's Institute of Computer Science in Brno,
Czech Republic. more... and Chuck
Norris Botnet Karate-chops Routers Hard.
Open letter to
Google: free VP8, and
use it on YouTube.
With its purchase
of the On2 video compression technology company having been completed
on Wednesday February 16, 2010, Google now has the opportunity to
make free video formats the standard, freeing the web from both Flash
and the proprietary H.264 codec. more...
LTSP 5.2 is out !
After almost two
years or work and 994 commits later made by only 14 contributors, I'm
proud to announce that the Linux Terminal Server Project project
released LTSP 5.2 on Wednesday the 17th of February. more... and After
two years of development, LTSP 5.2 is out.
Ubuntu One Music
Store Pushed In
One of the
features that was talked about and proposed a few months back was a
music store for Ubuntu where one could easily purchase music and
somewhat fits in with Canonical's plans for the Ubuntu Software Store
(or the "Ubuntu Software Center" as it's now called). Plans
were laid out for an Ubuntu One Music Store and the first packages to
support this in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS are now available. more... and Ubuntu
One Music Store Sneak Peek and U1
Music Store – Store Music in U1?
New attempt to
John Johansen, a
developer with commercial Ubuntu sponsor Canonical, has submitted an
updated version of the AppArmor security framework to the Linux
kernel developers for inspection. Johansen writes that, like the
SELinux and Tomoyo solutions already integrated into the kernel, this
fourth general posting of AppArmor uses Linux Security Modules (LSM)
to hook into the kernel. more...
How to get
started with Linux.
easy to forget that we all had to start somewhere with Linux. When
you're not used to the way it works, or the kind of concepts
involved, Linux can seem like a foreign language. If you're
struggling with free software, or if you know someone who needs help
making the switch to Linux, we hope this feature will help. more... and Advice
on building a Linux box.
announced an ultra-compact PC with a choice of Intel Atom processors.
The BIS-6620 has a 4.7 x 4.7-inch footprint, runs at 1.1 or 1.6GHz,
comes with CompactFlash and SD expansion slots, and uses just nine
Watts, the company says. more...
dedicated media PC for HD
Element is an
Ubuntu-based distribution for home theatre or media-centre personal
computers featuring a ten-foot user interface and designed to be
connected to a HDTV for a digital media and Internet experience
within the comforts of a living room or entertainment area. more...
Five Best Linux Video Players.
gets go-ahead to buy, sell energy.
Your Open Source Point of Sale.
Your Personal Linux Cloud With Tonido.
with Active Directory: getting closer.
1.6 "WOW!" lives up to its name.
How To Tips.
Feb 16, 2010 at 11:45 AM
KDE announces the
immediate availability of the KDE Software Compilation 4.4,
"Caikaku", bringing an innovative collection of
applications to Free Software users. Major new technologies have been
introduced, including social networking and online collaboration
MeeGo: Maemo and
Moblin merged by
Foundation has announced MeeGo, a merger of Intel's Moblin and
Nokia's Maemo projects as a single project under the leadership of
the Foundation. The news came in a posting by Linux Foundation's CEO
Jim Zemlin who called MeeGo "a next generation mobile operating
system designed for the next generation of mobile devices".
more... and Moblin and Maemo to
more stability, more
team have made version 3.2 of the open source office suite for
Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Solaris available to download. It offers
numerous enhancements over its predecessor which offer both stability
and speed benefits. Writer and Calc, for example, should now start
twice as fast as in version 3.1.1. more... and IBM launches
Lotus Symphony 3 beta; Office alternatives pile up.
Foundation has announced that the source code release for Symbian is
now complete. "All 108 packages containing the source code of
the Symbian platform can now be downloaded from Symbian's developer
web site (tiny.symbian.org/open), under the terms of the Eclipse
Public License and other open source licenses. more...
Video editing in
Linux: a look at
PiTiVi and Kdenlive.
Video editing on
Linux has long gotten a bad rap. A few years ago, the only real
options for video editing were either deeply limited in features and
polish, or incredibly complex to set up and use. more...
Coming in 2.6.33 (Part
4) - Architecture and virtualisation.
Several changes to
the X86 and KVM code are to speed up the kernel's own hypervisor. The
kernel developers once again revised and considerably extended the
still emerging tracing infrastructure. The Power and PowerPC code now
also supports the Gamecube and Wii games consoles. more...
Developing KVM Linux
Five years ago,
the open source Xen hypervisor was the primary technology that big
vendors like IBM and Red Hat were adopting and pushing. In 2010,
that's no longer the case as the rival KVM effort is now getting the
attention of both IBM and Red Hat , as well as many others in the
Linux ecosystem. more...
Waste plenty of
time with Frozen
Bubble and gnubik.
Let’s face it,
we sit at our computers for hours on end. Be it administrating,
working, or just plain killing time. Everyone knows that the
interwebs is a sure-fire time killer. But what happens, gasp, when
those interwebs are down and you’ve no way to pass time? You
shrivel up and die right? No! You waste your time coding, writing, or
playing games! more...
first to host Adobe's AIR for smartphones.
angling toward multi-touch.
SystemRescueCd is a Linux system rescue disk.
KTechlab is an IDE for microcontrollers and electronics.
Musix is 100% free multimedia operating system intended for music
production, graphic design, audio and video edition, and all kind of
State Drives Get Faster with TRIM.
Useful and Fun GIMP Plug-ins.
new single-window mode makes GIMP less gimpy.
How To Tips.
Jan 28, 2010 at 10:45 AM
EU Gives Oracle
Approval on Sun
The saga of
Oracle's $7 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems, which started
back in April 2009, is near its end. Oracle today announced that the
European Commission has finally provided it with unconditional
regulatory approval to acquire Sun. The Europeans had held up the
acquisition for months over concerns about how the open source MySQL
database owned by Sun would exist under Oracle ownership. European
regulators formally made their objections known back in November.
more... and EU
Commission Approves Oracle-Sun Deal With No Conditions.
OS to include a
confirmed that its upcoming lightweight, browser-centric Chrome OS
operating system will include a built-in media player. more... and YouTube,
Vimeo Ditching Flash for HTML5 and HTML5
video and H.264 – what history tells us and why we’re standing
with the web and Better
video quality with html 5.
Enna – A New and
These days, buying
a decent plasma is often a lot more expensive than building your own
media center. If you’ve been living under a rock for the past few
years, a media center is basically a PC that’s focused solely on
media playback. Check out our PDF guide on how to set up your own
media center more...
switching the default search from Google to Yahoo! Those of you
testing out the development version of Ubuntu Lucid should notice a
change in Firefox very soon. The default search provider for new
installations of Ubuntu Lucid (10.04) and upgrades will be Yahoo! and
not Google. Canonical have struck a revenue sharing deal with Yahoo!
which generates income for the company. more...
device runs Linux on
dual-core Pineview Atom.
it is shipping a Linux-based network-attached storage (NAS) device
called the DiskStation DS1010+, offering a dual-core Intel Atom D510
and up to 10 drive bays. Earlier this month, the company also shipped
a single-bay (2TB) DS110j NAS aimed at SOHO customers. more...
Little Secret: The
users might not know about the awesome power that lurks just beneath
the surface in the Command Line Interface (CLI). The most obvious
question is, “Why work at the command line when you have a
perfectly good GUI?” The answer is power. more...
Your Password among the 20 Most Popular (and Hackable)?
new in Banshee 1.5.3? Folder watching, Smart-sync, Cover-art
CoolIris for Linux.
VoxForge was set up to collect
SkyChart Free software to draw sky charts.
Labs is a new kind of technology company.
UTHSCSA ImageTool Version 3.0 Final is Here.
Editor's Tomato review.
Videos With Linux: Part 3.
Class Day 3 and Inkscape
Class Day 4.
Player Daemon (MPD) is a server that allows remote access for
playing audio files.
How To Tips.
Jan 20, 2010 at 11:44 AM
Zimbra to Vmware.
Yahoo has finally
offloaded its open source enterprise e-mail division, Zimbra, to
VMware. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the sales
price is believed to be far less than the US$350 million Yahoo paid
for the company in September 2007. Kara Swisher at Boomtown reported
that the sales price was "well below" the acquisition
price, but didn't specify an amount. more...
Devices from CES 2010 that
Run on Linux.
fascinating new devices were showcased during past week's Consumer
Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. In addition to marketing new
products events like the CES serve as an opportunity to demonstrate
what technology can do. Naturally, some of those feats may not prove
particularly useful, but they are fun to watch anyway. more...
The Disney Ptex
library has been
released as open source under the BSD license.
The Disney Ptex
library is now available to the public community of texture artists,
lighters and modelers. The new open source library supports
Catmull-Clark subdivision surfaces (including quad and non-quad
faces), Loop subdivision surfaces and polymeshes (either all-quad or
all-triangle). Also, several data types are supported including 8 or
16-bit integer, float, and half-precision float. more...
Intellectual Properties, an affiliated corporation of Virginia Tech,
has announced that it has licensed the source code of GenoCAD to the
International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). This
agreement will facilitate the open source development of GenoCAD (an
experimental software tool that allows users to build and verify
complex genetic constructs derived from a library of standard genetic
parts) by the synthetic biology community. more...
Only one month
after the 5.0 release, Amahi 5.1 is already released. Amahi Linux
Home Server is a server targeted for home and home office
8.09.2 for network
8.09.2 is released. This is a Linux distribution for network routers,
like the Linksys WRT54G, or the Asus WL-500g and a lot of other
routers. This distribution adds a lot of new functionality to
routers, like improved ipv6 functionality. more...
Alpha 2 Removes HAL.
The development of
Ubuntu 10.04 is taking another turn. Lucid Lynx now has a second
alpha version that gets rid of HAL. more...
government warns against
using MS Explorer.
government has warned web users to find an alternative browser to
Internet Explorer to protect security. The warning from the Federal
Office for Information Security comes after Microsoft admitted IE was
the weak link in recent attacks on Google's systems. more... and French
Government Also Warns Against Using Internet Explorer.
Abandons DivX As an Output Format.
Chrome vs Chromium.
Chromium on Ubuntu.
FBI's Newest Tool — Google Images.
Best Linux Apps for Ripping CDs and DVDs.
101 Hacks eBook Goes Online – HTML Version.
How To Tips.
Jan 13, 2010 at 12:17 PM
generation of Linux
notebooks arrives at CES.
After Dell broke
the ice for pre-installing Linux on desktops and netbooks in 2007,
the other major OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) reluctantly
tried it out. Some, like Lenovo, backed right out of the Linux
desktop market again. As 2010 dawns though, Lenovo and HP are both
back in the pre-installed desktop Linux game. more...
OpenShot Video Editor
Version 1.0 Released.
Video clip editors
have been in short supply under Linux. Jonathan Thomas is now trying
to fill that gap with the first stable version of the OpenShot Video
Editor. more... and OpenShot
1.0 Has Arrived! and Install
OpenShot Video Editor 1.0 in Ubuntu Karmic.
And Blender: More
close to the last stops on our tour of non-linear video editors
(a.k.a. NLEs) for Linux. This week I've focused my attention on two
editors, both of which surprised me in many ways. OpenMovieEditor
"... designed for basic movie making capabilities... [and] to be
powerful enough for the amateur movie artist, yet easy to use".
In fact I found OpenMovieEditor to be a surprisingly capable NLE,
modest in its stated goals yet possessing some features not commonly
found in Linux NLEs. more...
My brother wanted
to put a short business video on YouTube to pull in British clients.
We produced the video using Linux-based tools, half a day or so of
work, and a minimum of additional equipment. Not only can you make
your own videos for business, similar techniques can be used for
creating video tutorials, including screen-casts, and voice-over
narration. Part1... and Part2...
The best Linux
games for kids.
collection of Linux educational software for all ages that I know of
is the openSUSE-Edu Li-f-e (Linux for Education) Live DVD. This is a
Live DVD - you simply place the DVD in the computer's DVD drive and
reboot the machine from it. When the machine comes up, you will be
running Linux. Normally, the software won't write to your computer's
hard drive unless you specifically ask it to. more... and Learning
Designs Open Source Software for Planetariums.
Stellarium is a
great astronomy application for helping you learn about the skies
overhead, but it's aimed mainly at astronomy buffs and casual users.
Nightshade is a newly-launched fork of Stellarium designed
exclusively for use for planetarium, teaching, and educational
RawTherapee as of
Version 3.0 Under GPLv3.
undisputedly the number one Linux program for reworking digital
images into RAW format. With the license change the program becomes
free software. more... and RawTherapee
3.0 alpha 1 and license changes.
Do you know
which more things vlc
mediaplayer can do?
VLC is the
favorite media player for most people because it plays everything
they throw at it without hiccups. No hunting for codec. But VLC can
do a lot of other things as well. so lets see together which more
things vlc mediaplayer can do. more...
two "smartbooks" that run Linux on an ARM-based Qualcomm
Snapdragon SoC. The Skylight is a 10.1-inch netbook, while the
IdeaPad U1 is hybrid mini-notebook that runs Windows 7 on an Intel
Core 2 Duo and -- when its tablet/display is detached -- Linux on a
Qualcomm Snapdragon. more...
AMD Does RAID On
AMD is adding RAID
data protection to its server chips, thanks to an OEM deal with Dot
Hill. Dot Hill's RAIDCore virtual RAID adapter technology will be
embedded into platforms based on the AMD SR5690/SP5100 server
package MySQL Workbench.
Recently I covered
the MySQL GUI tool MySQL Administrator (see the article “Create a
database with MySQL Administrator“). However, this tool was just
given the official EOL (End of Life) announcement by the MySQL dev
team. Although this is sad news for a tool that had recently become
my standard for working with databases, this death knoll has lead me
to another, even better, tool MySQL Workbench more...
GCompris Release 9.0.
Comes to Linux, Finally!
- auto image mounter for KDE 4.
1.5 gets Video Playback Feature.
Easy Wii remote control on Linux.
Class Day 1 and Inkscape
Class Day 2.
Converter 2.0 released.
Open Source Apps for Your iPhone.
How To Tips.
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