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Top ten open source gifts for the holidays

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It's the most wonderful time of the year: time to give open source presents. The opensource.com team gathered ten of our favorite gadgets to help you pick out that perfect present for that special (open source) someone.

Some of these items will be a part of our 2012 open source gift guide giveaway.

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Raspberry Pi team announces open source ARM userland

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Today we have some really big news, which is going to mean a lot to many programmers in our community who have been asking about it ever since launch. This is one of those announcements that has been in the pipeline for quite some time, but we haven’t been able to talk about it until now.

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Poll: Which Linux board would you use to create your next project?

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Recently, we compared Raspberry Pi, Allwinner and CuBox Linux hardware boards. » Read more

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My Raspberry Pi experience with Debian-based Linux distribution Occidentalis

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Enter the black raspberry. Rubus occidentalis.

It's an ominous name for an ominous fruit: the black raspberry. As the owner of a new Raspberry Pi, I realized that I was going to have to, at some point, open the box and do something with it.

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OpenROV: Open source robotics seek sharing, travel, gold

OpenROV: Open source robotics seek sharing, travel, gold

OpenROV is a project that provides plans and software for a remotely operated vehicle (ROV). Currently, it's a series of prototypes, with the goal of a fully-realized design of an underwater exploration device.

It was originally created to explore Hall City Cave in northern California. The cave has a lake where robbers supposedly dropped gold. The ROV has made a successful journey into the lake, although it hasn’t yet struck gold. » Read more

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Raspberry Pi, Allwinner, and CuBox in the Linux hardware race to tiniest and cheapest

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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). » Read more

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