Archiwum z Listopad 2013

Who Needs Winamp When You Can Play Music from the Terminal

piątek, 29 Listopad 2013

Softpedia: Even if all the music players go unmaintained, there’s still the terminal.

How to set up a secure Apache webserver on Ubuntu

piątek, 29 Listopad 2013

Xmodulo: This tutorial assumes that you have a running Ubuntu Server, that networking has been set up, and that you have ssh access.

Insights into top 3 IT skill groups in highest demand

piątek, 29 Listopad 2013

LinuxCareer: This article focuses on the top three groups of IT skills that were in the highest demand in the last quarter (Jul-Sep 2013).

Linux chief: Open source is safer, and Linux is more secure than any other OS

czwartek, 28 Listopad 2013

VB: Zemlin gave us the skinny on how and why GNU/Linux remains the most secure option for concerned consumers.

Are Open Source Developers Too Demanding?

czwartek, 28 Listopad 2013

ReadWrite: Developers can be a fickle bunch.

How to configure keyboard layouts in MATE (video)

czwartek, 28 Listopad 2013

Linux notes from DarkDuck: Today I will show you a video about keyboard layouts configuration in MATE.

KDE Developer Missing, Linux Reviews, and Lightweight Distros

czwartek, 28 Listopad 2013

OSTATIC: Some interesting headlines have jumped out of the RSS reader in the last couple of days.

BlackBerry increases Android app support

czwartek, 28 Listopad 2013

PC World: BlackBerry is making it easier for Android applications to run on its latest smartphones.

The Burning Bridges of Ubuntu

środa, 27 Listopad 2013

 Datamation: Ubuntu and Canonical are still having community problems — and at least part of the problem is their public statements and actions.

Paper: How and Why has the LibreOffice Project Evolved?

środa, 27 Listopad 2013

Simon Phipps pointed to a paper by Jonas Gamalielsson and Bjorn Lundell on the evolution of the Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice development communities. “From our results, it remains to be seen to what extent the LibreOffice and Apache OpenOffice projects may successfully evolve their projects and associated communities in a…

Simon Phipps pointed to a paper by Jonas Gamalielsson and Bjorn Lundell on the evolution of the Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice development communities. “From our results, it remains to be seen to what extent the LibreOffice and Apache OpenOffice projects may successfully evolve their projects and associated communities in a way that can be sustainable long-term. So far it seems that LibreOffice has been the more successful project in terms of growing associated communities. Our results suggest that the choice of Open Source license significantly impacts on conditions for attracting contributions to Open Source projects.

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