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Preparing for my first open source conference
It's time for a confession: I have never been to an open source conference. I've been an open source and free culture advocate for more than half a decade. I've used open source operating systems and applications on my computers and mobile devices for nearly as long. I've contributed to open source... Read more
8 comments Posted 6 Jun 2012 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
Preparing for my first open source conference
It's time for a confession: I have never been to an open source conference. I've been an open source and free culture advocate for more than half a decade. I've used open source operating systems and applications on my computers and mobile devices for nearly as long. I've contributed to open source... Read more
8 comments Posted 6 Jun 2012 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
Beefy Miracle
Last October, I received a message via Twitter from a hot dog. This hot dog, calling itself The Beefy Miracle, informed me that the latest version of the Fedora operating system, Fedora 17, was going to be named after it. The voting was close, but Beefy Miracle ended up winning by almost 150... Read more
2 comments Posted 30 May 2012 by Chris Grams Feed
Inspired by Linux? Design a T-shirt
The Linux Foundation launched their annual T-shirt design contest. The theme this year is "Inspired by Linux," and The Linux Foundation created an inspirational video urging people to create a design based on what inspires them.
0 comments Posted 17 May 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Can an ipad be used to promote free and open source software?
I have many Linux-using friends who have no plans whatsoever to buy an iPad, and I respect them for having that stance. They are opposed to closed, locked, proprietary systems. I share their general values, but have chosen to buy a third-generation iPad and plunge headlong into creating iBooks... Read more
6 comments Posted 1 May 2012 by Phil Shapiro Feed
Steam
One of the most popular posts we've ever had on opensource.com was "Steam for Linux confirmed." Unfortunately it was last year's April Fool's Day joke. But check today's date--April Fool's is almost a month ago now, and this time you can actually see pictures. Phoronix's Michael Larabel has long... Read more
11 comments Posted 25 Apr 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Oatmeal and laptop
The Oatmeal made a webcomic that's been reformatted and recently passed around Facebook and other social media. It's titled “How To Fix Any Computer” and pokes fun at Windows, Apple, and Linux each in its own way. And although I love The Oatmeal, this comic’s screed on Linux promotes a myth that... Read more
80 comments Posted 10 Feb 2012 by Jim Salter Feed
Steam rumors are flying again, but Desura beat them to open source
The Desura game client is not only available for open-source-loving players, but also now for developers. They've released the client on Github as Desurium under GPL v3. Desura is similar to the Steam gaming platform in that they both are a way for gamers to buy
7 comments Posted 25 Jan 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Raspberry Pi
Last month, we put the Raspberry Pi, a tiny $25 Linux computer, in our open source gift guide. It led overwhelmingly as your favorite on the list. But other similar options have been popping up, like the Allwinner A10 ($15) and the CuBox (quite a bit more).
5 comments Posted 13 Jan 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Kdenlive Part 6.  Cut and Print.
Post-production is a long and involved process. As these articles have demonstrated, Kdenlive is capable of handling every step with efficiency and flexibility. In this final article, we will discuss the final export of the full project from Kdenlive, as well as examine the over-all free software... Read more
2 comments Posted 4 Jan 2012 by Seth Kenlon Feed

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