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Weekend Project Roundup: Top 10 of 2010

It's been a busy year, so maybe you didn't get a chance to check out all the Linux.com Weekend Projects. If you've missed out, don't worry — we've bundled the top 10 Weekend Projects of 2010 here for your convenience. Whether you want to set up OpenID, analyze your network, take your instant messaging Off the Record, or record Skype calls, we've got you covered.

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2010 Vim Guide Roundup

Making your New Year's Resolutions for 2011? How about adding, "learn Vim" to the list? We make it easy, with all the Vim tutorials we've run on Linux.com in 2010.

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10 Most Popular Linux.com Stories in 2010

As we prep for 2011, we wanted to take a look at the stories that were the most popular with readers in 2010 — and we thought that Linux.com readers might want to know as well. So we've pulled together a top 10 list of the most popular stories from the year for you to enjoy over the holidays.

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12 Commands Every Linux Newbie Should Learn

It's a testament to how far Linux has come that users today don't typically have to use the command line if they don't want to. Such is the quality of the graphical user interfaces in many modern Linux distributions that there's simply no need, in general.

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Weekend Project: Replace Delicious with an Open Source Bookmark Service

The past two weeks have been rough for users of the Yahoo-owned "social bookmarking" service, Delicious. First, reports leaked out that Yahoo was shutting the site down. Then the Delicious team fired back saying essentially don't worry, all is well — we're simply getting sold off. That's cold comfort if you use the service to manage and tag a large collection of links, though. If you're not comfortable with the uncertainty, what better solution is there than installing your own open source replacement?

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