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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
Kdenlive Part 5. All About Audio.
Traditionally, the film editing process was regimented and compartmentalized. The assistant editors helped organize footage, the editor cut the picture, a sound engineer mixed the sound tracks, and a music composer provided the score. In today's quickly evolving landscape of film production, these... Read more
0 comments Posted 19 Dec 2011 by Seth Kenlon Feed
Good photography doesn't just happen. Careful attention to lens settings, depth-of-field charts, and lighting will produce quality images but even those, since the days of the earliest photography, have been taken into the darkroom and adjusted.
3 comments Posted 12 Dec 2011 by Seth Kenlon Feed
Some of the compositing tools of Kdenlive
It is expected that even a modest video editor will feature a set of basic video transitions. The challenge is to offer critical effects without becoming bloated and unfocused in scope. Kdenlive manages to offer the most commonly required effects with all the standard options without sacrificing... Read more
9 comments Posted 5 Dec 2011 by Seth Kenlon Feed
logical radical
When it comes to treating, curing, and preventing cancer, modern medicine has largely failed. You could argue that cancer is far too complicated to unravel in the few millenia we have been documenting it. Or that the billions we spend annually on research is far too little. Established incentives... Read more
8 comments Posted 1 Dec 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
Webcast replay: Lessons learned for building open source communities
Chris Grams, partner and president of New Kind and author of The Ad-Free Brand, moderated our November 2011 Open Your World Forum webcast with Dries Buytaert and Michael Tiemann. You can read more about our speakers and how Linux and Drupal have evolved as two thriving open source communities in... Read more
0 comments Posted 24 Nov 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Webcast recap
In today's Open Your World Forum webcast, Chris Grams moderated a discussion between Michael Tiemann and Dries Buytaert about how Linux and Drupal have evolved as two thriving open source communities competing in the enterprise world. Background
0 comments Posted 17 Nov 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
WEBCAST: Register now for "Drupal and Linux: Lessons learned for building open s
Join us for an Open Your World Forum webcast to explore how Linux and Drupal have evolved as two thriving open source communities competing in the enterprise world. Our guests, Michael Tiemann, Vice President of Open Source Affairs at Red Hat, and Dries Buytaert, creator of Drupal and co-founder... Read more
0 comments Posted 10 Nov 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed

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