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'Open Life: The Philosophy of Open Source' is a newly published book about Open Source ideology and business models.
Plenty of Linux distributions are out there to play with, and sometimes one of the good ones slips by. I haven't paid too much attention to PCLinuxOS in the past, and it turns out I was quite remiss in not doing so.
Quoting the website, "Fluxbuntu is a Ubuntu-based derivative that uses FluxBox as the desktop environment (window manager). It is lightweight, swift and efficient compared to Gnome or KDE. These features makes Fluxbuntu suitable for vast range of computers, from low-end to high-end."
The last year has seen the first appearance of online word processing applications such as ajaxWrite, ThinkFree Online, Writely, and Zoho Writer. Online office applications are an unproven product in a new market. To see how worthwhile they were, I compared their interfaces, basic and advanced features, and their document export and administration capabilities. The results is not only a summary of the four applications' strengths and weaknesses, but also an indication of how far online word processors still have to go before they can match their desktop counterparts.
Tech Analysis: rPath's tools ease custom Linux development, allowing ISVs to offer the best OS environment for their enterprise applications.
MUNICH, Germany, Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- DataCore Software today announced that The Machine and Turbine Union (MTU) Friedrichshafen, a leading worldwide manufacturer of diesel motors and engines, has deployed DataCore's SANsymphony software to manage and virtualize its growing storage network. The solution currently manages over 60 terabytes of production data supporting various data bases, SAP R3 and advanced computer aided manufacturing and design applications.
When IBM's "Hannover" release of Lotus Notes ships next spring, users of Open Document Format (ODF) compliant tools will increase by more than two orders of magnitude. In this fifth in-depth profile of ODF-compliant products, IBM's Ken Bisconti, VP Workplace, Portal and Collaboration Software tells how using ODF in IBM's Workplace (and Lotus Notes) will help give "knowledge workers access to a roles-based environment where information, business process, workflow, and collaboration with fellow workers are all done “in context.”
I recently picked up Understanding AJAX byJosh Eichorn. Josh is a core Clear Health developer with Uversa. I am about halfway through it and it is an excellent reference for any web-based EHR developer. AJAX holds the promise of making a web-based EHR just as interactive as a thick-client application.
Under the KDE umbrella, the KOffice project took part in the 2006 Summer of Code with four participants. And not only that, but the Dutch Programmeerzomer, sponsored by Finalist, also selected a KOffice project.
Google has revealed plans to help convert the world's paper filing cabinets, in Tron-like fashion, into mere nodes in the great hive mind. The firm will be using an optical character recognition program called Tesseract that was found gathering dust in Hewlett Packard's garage.
Red Hat and IBM, today announced that Oxfordshire County Council is nearing conclusion of the installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux on IBM System x and IBM BladeCenter systems across more than 282 of its remote client systems in the county's schools. The system is used to deliver local web caching within the County's schools system, to improve response times on the "safe" schools' Internet.
Don't miss Ohio Linux Fest. The biggest Linux party in the Midwest is coming up September 30 in Columbus Ohio.
The lazy, hazy days of summer witnessed a continuation of the ongoing shift from large-scale virus outbreaks toward phishing and more targeted attacks, according to a study by net security firm MessageLabs. Online criminals are developing sophisticated new phishing attacks and Trojans that exploit widespread vulnerabilities, such as the much publicised MS06-040 vulnerability.
Linux users have always had a few options for remote desktops, from the X11 itself through to VNC. However these don’t work quite as well as commercial implementations such as the popular NoMachine.
Last month the Free Software Foundation (FSF) held its Fourth International Conference on GPLv3 at the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore. Around 150 participants from all over India and abroad, including Japan, France, and Germany, attended. Since this was the first conference after the second draft of GPLv3, which saw several extensive revisions, both Richard Stallman and Eben Moglen painstakingly explained the new draft, and took many questions from attendees.
One of my friends work for a Public Relations company that requires creativity. She is in charge of managing promotional campaigns for her clients, therefore, she spends a lot of time working with internal graphics designers and art directors to ensure everything is up to specifications.
Open Channel Solutions (OCS) has signed an exclusive distribution agreement to move an open source compliance management software suite developed by Black Duck Software.
So most of us have read review after review on just how fantastic Ubuntu is. And you know something, they're right - this really is a fantastic Linux distribution for the newer Linux enthusiast.
Let’s face it, not everyone is a tech junkie at this stage in their life (I know that I am not) but the further one gets in their college career, the closer we get to the corporate realm, and it is important to note one of the most interesting tech issue revolutionizing our world, open source programming.
Cost and flexibility were key considerations when a British Columbia university chose open-source software to upgrade its electronic learning system and enable more than 1,800 students to take advantage of new developments in online communication.
[Nice score for Moodle! - dcparris]
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