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The week's most popluar posts

By   |  March 15, 2008

Too much to read? Then catch up with just the highlights. These are the Tectonic stories that everyone else is talking about this week.

Back up Linux with ease
We’re not particularly fond of backing up our data. It’s time consuming and frustrating. BackerUpper, however, makes this onerous task just a little bit easier.

Mint, Mythbuntu alpha top week’s releases
The Mint Linux team made a final release this week for its community edition distribution, while Mythbuntu and Ubuntu both added new alphas in on the way to Hardy Heron’s release in April.

Gnome 2.22 readies to impress users
The Gnome team released version 2.22 this week. We took a little preview tour through the latest and greatest desktop environment.

First Gnash beta released
Free software Flash replacement, Gnash, released a beta version this week. Gnash is a GPL-licensed SWF movie player and browser plugin for Firefox, Mozilla, and Konqueror.

OpenOffice.org chooses LGPL3 for next release
The OpenOffice.org project this week announced that it will release future releases of the open source office suite under the LGPL3 licence, starting with the beta for OpenOffice.org 3.0.

Microsoft promises document interoperability
Just days after the Ballot Resolution meeting in Geneva to decide on Office Open XML as a standard, Microsoft makes another promise to open itself up to interoperability.

Watch the Ubuntu community in real time
Here’s something useful to pass the idle hours with while you wait for your next particulary large download to complete: UbuntuStats. The site tracks Ubuntu development in real time by tracking forums, bug reports, security issues as well as Ubuntu news.

De Icaza sorry about Novell-Microsoft pact
Open source software heavyweight and Novell vice president Miguel de Icaza this week publicly slammed the Novell-Microsoft cross patent licensing deal.

Adding plugins to Gnome Do
We wrote about desktop launcher Gnome Do earlier this year. Now we have a look at how you can add plugins to the ultimate desktop launcher.

Spruce up your web pages with a free SA map
SA company AfriGIS this week made available their dynamic South African maps for free. Using the maps only requires website onwers to register for an API key and then, using a littel HTML, plant the necessary scripts into their web pages.

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