Monthly Archives: November 2006

links for 2006-11-29

Free Software: Episode Released! | Questions please… Jon Roberts invited Jeremy Allison, Richard Stallman and I to answer questions from his readers about Software Freedom. We covered some of the issues du jour, but also a lot of the bedrock … Continue reading

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Revealing our first keynote… ROCK!

48 days to go. We’ve been leaping out of our skins to reveal our first keynote speaker, and now we can! He’s a scholar and a gentleman, and leads a double life as a kernel hacker extraordinaire. Without this man, … Continue reading

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links for 2006-11-27

Primed for desktop Linux “For me, the fact the Linux idea was explicitly stated by the CIO and did not arrive via a pre-existing vendor relationship or sales pitch is a poignant one.” — Steven Deare about the Kennards deployment, … Continue reading

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links for 2006-11-23

Open source Java presents world of opportunities “Given that Sun [is] also open-sourcing Java ME (Micro Edition), that allows Gnome developers to create Java applications that can work across the desktop and embedded devices,” Waugh said. (tags: press java sun … Continue reading

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links for 2006-11-21

Fox News takes on The Daily Show “Fox News, a regular butt of jokes for Jon Stewart’s liberal-leaning The Daily Show, is developing a conservative news satire programme with the co-creator of 24.” — But conservatives just aren’t funny, and… … Continue reading

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links for 2006-11-19

Notes on Firefox Summit 2006 “The various distros can do a better job at [Linux builds] than we can, and they also happen to have most of the users, outnumbering Mozilla builds by more than 10-to-1.” — Hopefully, this indicates … Continue reading

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Mystery hum and monocultures

Get the hell out of there, Glynn. We just don’t know what could happen.

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links for 2006-11-16

Live action =) Some eye candy for Maemo users =) This is so awesome, it even rhymes… It’s like Front Row on your Maemo! What looks like a delicious user experience, via the lickable delivery vector of the 770’s beautiful … Continue reading

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PDX to SYD or BUST!

Please send us to linux.conf.au is such an audacious and well-prepared stunt (much like their previous work, pictured above), that we’d be heartless not to support it. At least for the first attempt at a stunt like this. Four students, … Continue reading

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links for 2006-11-15

B1 Pictures – OLPCWiki Elite zero-day unboxing pics of the alarmingly desireable OLPC XO B1. Lap it up. (tags: olpc linux gnome gmae) An interview with Linux Australia’s cover girl “Australians should get over their cultural stereotype of women in … Continue reading

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