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Enlightenment's Terminal Gets New Features

Terminology, the terminal emulator for the Enlightenment desktop built atop their EFL libraries, is up to version 0.4 and it's landed heavy with new features...

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Open Source, Closed Doors? FOSS and the Racial Divide

FOSS fans are no strangers to difficult topics, and for proof one need look no further than the ongoing sexism controversy that has been debated so many times in every bar and watering hole of the Linux blogosphere. Recently, however, one came up that's enjoyed far less prominence -- at...

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Obama and Republicans Unite for 'Hour of Code' Computer Literacy Campaign

Today marks the launch of the "Hour of Code," a massive publicity campaign to promote computer science education in schools across the globe. As the Wall Street Journal reports, the approximately $1 million campaign was launched by, a nonprofit organization that has so far raised $10 million from supporters...

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Proprietary Unix Continues to Fall

Analysts at International Data Corporation (IDC) posted a press release Wednesday highlighting the rapid decline of IBM's AIX and P-Series hardware. Alongside the drop in proprietary Unix systems is an associated rise in sales of X86 servers running Linux. 

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Fedora 20 Ends Up With Yet Another Delay

Delays are very common within the Fedora camp and while the Fedora developers had preemptively moved up the final release after a number of one-week delays already got into the schedule, it was decided yesterday to push back the final release by one week...

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