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New Wayland Live CD Has A Lot Of Features

The oddly-named Wayland Live CD environment for checking out the next-generation Linux display stack has been updated. The Wayland Live CD ships with many enabled tool-kits, the latest Wayland code, Orbital and Hawaii support, KDE Frameworks Wayland programs, and other new native Wayland applications...

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Terminator Ends the Terminal Window Blahs

Terminator is not for casual Linux users who rarely stray from the menu-driven applications. If you ever venture into what some regard as the dark side of the Linux OS, however, Terminator can end your discomfort by using a single-session terminal window. Terminator is a powerful and useful terminal emulator...

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Distribution Release: Canaima GNU/Linux 4.0

Canaima GNU/Linux 4.0 has been released. Canaima is a government-sponsored Venezuelan distribution based on Debian's stable branch. Code-named "Kerepakupai" (named after the world's highest waterfall), this major new release incorporates many new features and updated applications, including the following: GNOME desktop environment with GNOME Shell 3.4; Linux kernel....

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Video: Digital Divide: What if More Women Learned to Code?

When Adda Birnir lost her job in 2008, she realised that her colleagues with information technology skills were not let go. Two days later, she started to learn computer programming. She has since gone on to teach other women to code through a company she started.

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FLOSS Survey 2013 Updates Widely Observed 2002 Version

A lot has changed on the open source scene since the first FLOSS Survey launched way back in 2002. That survey provided one of the early, comprehensive views of open source developers and development communities around the world, and results from it were widely cited in academic publications, in the press and elsewhere. Now, more than a decade later, researchers are launching an updated version: FLOSS Survey 2013. Over 1,000 respondents are already participating and the survey closes on December 6. You can take the survey...

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