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Yellow Dog Linux for Sony Playstation 3

October 18th, 2006 | No Comments »

Terra Soft yesterday released Yellow Dog Linux v5.0 for the Sony Playstation 3. Through an aggressive, rapid co-development project conducted by Carsten Haitzler and the Enlightenment development team, Yellow Dog Linux v5.0, built on Fedora Core 5, now integrates the E17 desktop. “We have worked closely with the energetic, determined E17 team to bring this […]

UWC releases kForums bulletin board

October 18th, 2006 | No Comments »

The Free Software Innovation Unit at the University of the Western Cape and the African Virtual Open Initiative and Resources project (AVOIR) have released version 1.1.0 of their kForums community bulletin board and discussion forum tool. Based on the PHP-based KINKY application framework kForums is free software and licensed under the GNU General Public Licence […]

Skaap breaks from the flock

October 17th, 2006 | No Comments »

New telecommunications player Skaap’s cheap international call facility has seen South Africans flocking to join. This despite reductions in call rates and new call packages by the existing larger telecommunication operators. “As you can probably imagine, a large amount of the South African population has friends and relatives overseas, punitive call charges are a thing […]

Kexi, Krita the stars of new KOffice 1.6

October 17th, 2006 | No Comments »

The KDE Project yesterday released KOffice version 1.6, the long awaited version of the open source office suite. Announcing the release, the KDE team said that while “the 1.6 release is intended mainly as a feature release for the two fastest developed components: Krita and Kexi … this version also contains a vastly improved version […]

Libya to buy 1.2 million Linux laptops

October 16th, 2006 | No Comments »

Libya has reportedly signed a deal with Nicholas Negroponte’s One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project for 1.2 million laptops. The deal is estimated to be worth $250 million (R1.8bn). Negroponte, the founder and chairman of the OLPC non-profit association, told the New York Times that the deal had been reached in Libya on October 10. […]

EASSy deal to be signed soon

October 16th, 2006 | No Comments »

The controversial Eastern Africa Submarine System (EASSy) cable project is moving forwards with the shareholding plan in place and a deadline for the remaining companies to sign the agreement in place. Pressure is building on the parties to the EASSy project as the telecoms companies involved have announced they will sign off on their MOU […]

Shuttleworth backs KDE

October 16th, 2006 | No Comments »

Celebrating its 10th birthday this past week the KDE project announced that Mark Shuttleworth was to be its first patron in a new financial support programme for the popular desktop environment. KDE.net reports that Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth is to be a financial sponsor of the popular KDE project. Announcing a new financial support programme […]

Eudora to go open source

October 12th, 2006 | No Comments »

Qualcomm and the Mozilla Foundation today announced that future versions of Eudora will be based upon the same technology platform as the open source Mozilla Thunderbird email program. Future versions of Eudora will be free and open source, while retaining Eudora’s uniquely rich feature set and productivity enhancements. Qualcomm is a developer and innovator of […]

Portland 1.0 unifies open source desktops

October 12th, 2006 | No Comments »

In an effort to close the gap between the various desktop graphical environments popular in the Linux and Unix world, the Open Source Development Labs (OSDL) yesterday released version 1.0 of the long-awaited Portland. The project provides a set of common tools intended to make it easier for developers to integrate their applications with the […]

Pumpkin seeds to power mobile networks

October 12th, 2006 | No Comments »

The MTN Group, the GSM Association and Ericsson are joining forces to establish biofuels as an alternative source of power for wireless networks in the developing world. The move comes as mobile operators look to move beyond the established power grids in many countries in Africa and extend their user base into the more rural […]

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