Local geek gets confirmed as Ubuntu contributing developer. Tectonic asks him where it all started.
PCLinuxOS community releases latest issue of fan magazine.
Flexibility and integration the key parts of latest beta of upcoming 2.0 release.
The 32nd edition of the Top 500 Supercomputers list has been released and Linux-based systems occupy more than 430 of those positions.
Ingres 9.2 the first major release of the open source database in over a year.
Most of us have only just got our systems updated to Intrepid Ibex, but the Ubuntu development team is steaming ahead with plans for an Alpha 1 release of Jaunty Jackalope.
Gone are the heady days of early Ubuntu releases when everything seemed new and fresh. Now you have to look a little deeper than the desktop wallpaper to see the changes Ubuntu is making.
Gartner is becoming increasingly bullish about the prospects for open source software. Its latest study predicts that all businesses will be using OSS within the next 12 months.
You can if you use the right tools and it is part of a competition run by the Dutch Ministry of Finance.
Reader Vadim alerts us to the launch of the 2008 Linux Graphics Survey. Last year’s survey pulled in more than 20 000 responses.« go back — keep looking »