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  1. Document Liberation… And justice for all
  2. Converting to Arch Linux: Lessons Learned
  3. Is J2ObjC good for your next mobile project?
  4. LibreOffice HiDPI patches
  5. Update from Synaptics regarding Linux drivers
  6. Manjaro, Arch, and Debian
  7. Petition Regarding Flakey Synaptics Drivers
  8. Arch Linux on a HiDPI Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro
  9. HP unveils new Chromebook 11, as Google takes aim at low-priced Windows PCs
  10. LibreOffice And The Power of Brands
  11. Dissent on Gnome's Javascript decision
  12. The dynamics of free culture and the danger of noncommercial clauses
  13. Interview with Keith Curtis about Software Wars
  14. Former Microsoftie making ‘Software Wars’ movie
  15. Open Letter to fellow ex-Microsoftie Steven Sinofsky
  16. Working with FSF on Debian Free-ness assessment
  17. Mike Conlon on the Apache OpenOffice fork
  18. Status update on LibreOffice / OpenOffice
  19. Software Wars, the Movie (Linus interview preview)
  20. A Conversation with Linus Torvalds
  21. A Space Elevator in less than 7 years
  22. The Decline and Fall of
  23. Open letter to Apache regarding OpenOffice / LibreOffice
  24. Zero Bugs in Linux part 2
  25. Zero Bugs In Linux
  26. Open letter to Ableton
  27. Software patents are a distraction
  28. The Java Mess
  29. GC Lingua Franca(s)
  30. Software And Other Legacy Of The Baby Boomer Generation
  31. A Space Elevator in <7
  32. The Slough of Unsatisfied Ubuntu Users
  33. Software and the Singularity
  34. To Mark Shuttleworth on Ubuntu / Debian
  35. Focus on the Inefficiency of Ubuntu
  36. Faster Linux World Domination
  37. Linux Needs to Master Hardware to Beat Windows
  38. Virtual Darpa Grand Challenge
  39. Linux's Growing Pains
  40. Microsoft Linux: Why one free software advocate wants it
  41. Windows 7 may stop the bleeding, but won't change the endgame
  42. New book: After the Software Wars
  43. Twobuntu presentation at Debconf 7
  44. Ubuntu is reducing Debian to a supermarket of components
  45. Hot, spicy, and working hard to satisfy Debian users
  46. Debian Etch: Solid, crufty, some assembly required
  47. Sun promises to Open Source Java