Archiwum z Marzec 2011

Permabit extends data dedupe to Linux-based NAS

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2011

ComputerWorld: “Permabit is targeting Linux-based NAS systems with its new VDO product because, after top-tier vendors, it’s the fastest-growing market. According to Gartner, the Linux-based NAS appliance market has grown from a 6.5% market share in 2006 to 17.9% in 2009.”

New KDE Polishes Linux but Leaves a Few Little Streaks

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2011

Tech News World: “There’s plenty to like about the K Desktop Environment version 4.6.1, and it’s not all about eye candy. Power users will find the new desktop full of improvements that are actually practical, not just aesthetic.”

Open source vendors turned down by Swiss Federal Supreme Court

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2011

The H Open: “The Swiss Federal Supreme CourtSwitzerland has rejected a complaint by several open source vendors against the awarding of contracts to Microsoft without prior invitation to tender.”

8 Ways Companies Can Contribute to Open Source Communities

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2011

Mashable: “With each community potentially delivering enterprise-grade technology, large companies have many reasons to keep open source alive and well. How can enterprises evaluate which communities to work with and how to get involved? Here are some suggestions.”

Debian 6 Squeeze review – nearly, but not quite…

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2011

Linux User & Developer: “You don’t choose Debian if you fancy the newest software, but if you long for stability and you don’t want to upgrade each 6 months, Debian is definitely for you.”

UK Government Backs Open Source In Budget Cuts

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2011

eWeek Europe: “Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude outlined the plans today, promising to create a level playing field for open source software and impose compulsory open standards, starting with interoperability and security.”

Celebrate Document Freedom Day!

środa, 30 Marzec 2011

DFD: “Today, activists in 37 cities around the world are raising awareness for Open Standards and open document formats. In workshops, talks and other events, they are explaining why Open Standards and Free Software are crucial to a free and competitive information society.”

Red Hat targeting UK growth in ‘non-traditional sectors’

środa, 30 Marzec 2011

ComputerWorld UK: “Open source supplier Red Hat is growing its business quickly in non-traditional markets in the UK, mirroring US expansion, according to chief executive Jim Whitehurst.”

The Enlightened one is here-Bodhi Linux1.0.0

środa, 30 Marzec 2011

Unixmen: “You could call it E or E17, but, whatever you choose to call the Bodhi Linux 1.0.0, with the Enlightment 17 window manager, it will remain one of the true Ubuntu based distros.”

The Linux Foundation Announces Top Five Linux.com Linux Gurus

środa, 30 Marzec 2011

Linux Foundation: “Ultimate Linux Guru Masen Marshall (MasenM). As the Ultimate Linux Guru, Marshall has received a fully loaded Linux laptop signed by Linux creator Linus Torvalds.”