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Linux.com: It Takes a Village


It's been said quite often that the Linux Foundation is going to make the creation of the new Linux.com site as collaborative a process as possible. That means, as I have said quite often, working with the community directly on the IdeaForge site and tap...

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The kernel gets a new mascot

Article Source Linux Weather Forecast Blog
March 19, 2009, 9:33 am

Sharp-eyed observers may have noticed a slightly unusual patch which was merged into the mainline kernel on March 17. It’s a new mascot for the kernel; among other things, this image is shown at boot time for a number of configurations. For many a year, the mascot has been Tux the pengui...

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New logo

So 2.6.29 isn't quite out yet, but I've merged the new Tuz logo, so now my laptop boots up with two of these guys showing...
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SSD followup

I wrote a couple of months ago how the Intel SSD's were the only ones on the market that seemed to be worth buying - all the cheaper ones were unusable due to having horrible random write performance, which is something you notice really quickly in real life as nasty pauses.
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Who Else is Speaking At the Collaboration Summit?

Article Source Amanda McPherson's Blog
March 17, 2009, 11:57 am

A few weeks ago, I wrote about highlighted speakers from the Collaboration Summit. While that post was packed full of good speakers, I wanted to highlight some others I’m just...

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