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GNOME Shell 3.15.3 Adds Support For High-Contrast Themes

Various GNOME packages are being checked in this week for GNOME 3.15.3, another development release toward GNOME 3.16...

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Imitate Fake Hollywood Terminal Hacking Melodrama with This Amazing App for Ubuntu

Why not make the current terminal and apps work act like they do in the movies, with no functionality whatsoever...

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Ubuntu 15.04 Alpha 1 Releases Now Ready for Download

OMG!Ubuntu! The first alpha releases in the Ubuntu 15.04 development cycle are now available to download for testing. Four flavours participate in this milestone, including Ubuntu GNOME and Kubuntu. Ubuntu ‘proper’ will once again only participate in the final beta release due March, 2015. What’s New?   Naturally, being this early on in the development cycle means...

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BBC: Why Do We Share?

The BBC World Service podcast The Why Factor interviews Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin about why sharing in open source software is a good thing.

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KDE's Krita Loses Its Main Backer

Since 2007 there has been KO GmbH as a support and software service company built around KOffice/Calligra in their belief that the software was "getting ready for the big time", but seven years later the situation is not so good and KO GmbH is no longer handling Krita...

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