Archiwum z Kwiecień 2012

The Liberated Pixel Cup: proving the potential for free culture and free software game development

niedziela, 29 Kwiecień 2012 OpenGameArt is a site that aims to improve FOSS games by giving them an option other than ‘programmer art.’

VeriSign Set to Support up to 220 New Internet Top Level Domains

niedziela, 29 Kwiecień 2012

Datamation: That’s a lot of new domains…

Deploy your own cloud with Debian Wheezy

niedziela, 29 Kwiecień 2012

Debian: These days, more and more computing is being moved away from user computers to the so-called’cloud’ a vague term often used to refer to Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings.

Get to Know LocalWiki for Local Information Sites

niedziela, 29 Kwiecień 2012 Wikis have a well-earned place among the ranks of content management systems (CMSes) as the de facto solution for crowdsourced, document-centric sites. But they are not one-size-fits-all.

CentOS 6.2 – Installing mod_spdy With Apache 2 – Level Novice

niedziela, 29 Kwiecień 2012

 HowToForge: SPDY (Speedy) is an experiment with protocols for the web.

Say What? Top Five IT Quotes of the Week

sobota, 28 Kwiecień 2012

InternetNews: You can converge a toaster and a refrigerator, but those things are probably not going to be pleasing to the user.

Forrester: Hire software developers who take part in open source projects

sobota, 28 Kwiecień 2012

 ComputerWorldUK: Analyst firm Forrester has encouraged businesses to recruit software developers who take part in open source projects, as it shows they are keeping their skills current.

I hate Ubuntu, but my mother-in-law loves it

sobota, 28 Kwiecień 2012

 ZDnet: Ubuntu’s Unity GUI isn’t my speed. But that doesn’t matter for the majority of end-users.

Linux Kernel 3.3.4 Is Available for Download

sobota, 28 Kwiecień 2012

 Softpedia: Time to update to a new kernel!

The New Desktop Paradigm: Blame the Success of Linux on the Desktop

piątek, 27 Kwiecień 2012

O’Reilly Community: The new Windows 8 Metro desktop, the latest incarnation of Mac OSX, Android, Ubuntu’s Unity desktop and GNOME 3, love them or hate them, all came about because of the success of Linux on the desktop.