Monthly Archives: February 2011

Happy birthday, Mister Po!

This is Po, celebrating his second birthday earlier tonight… he’s such a big boy now! Not quite as cute as his very young self, but still beautiful. šŸ™‚ I had planned to celebrate with a big family dinner, but because … Continue reading

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Modern Browsers Ship

What makes for a truly modern browser? Check out the interactive browser release chart. The chart illustrates the most significant releases of each browser, regardless of arbitrary major/minor/micro version number changes. For instance, minor version bumps such as Firefox 3.6 … Continue reading

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Linux Australia puts a lid on the 2011 distraction

Two weeks ago I wrote about the unfortunateĀ controversy and aftermath of a keynote speech given at 2011. I am pleased and impressed by the Linux Australia statement, released today, which should put a lid on the distraction. Well, one … Continue reading

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The Elopocalypse: Nokia chooses Microsoft

At the outset, I must admit that I have no real interest in Nokia these days. What I can muster is entirely related to their impact on the FLOSS world, my friends who work there and at the various Open … Continue reading

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A few thoughts on the aftermath of a 2011 keynote

During the final keynote of 2011, Mark Pesce used some images in his slides which breachedĀ speaker guidelines and conference policy. Linux Australia and the lca2011 team responded quickly, announcing an apology at the next available whole-of-conference plenary event. As … Continue reading

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