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GNOME Shell to Support a "Classic" Mode

GNOME developer Matthias Clasan has announced that, with the upcoming demise of "fallback mode," the project will support a set of official GNOME Shell extensions to provide a more "classic" experience. "And while we certainly hope that many users will find the new ways comfortable and refreshing.

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Microsoft Just Messed Up and Gave Out a Free Windows 8 Activation Key

If you've been wanting to upgrade to Windows 8 but balk at paying then, firstly, you're a bad person but, secondly, now your opportunity's here. Microsoft just screwed up and handed out a free activation key for the OS. More »...

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QEMU 1.3 Is Packing Interesting Features

Released on Monday was the "RC0" development version of QEMU 1.3 for the open-source processor emulator commonly used with the Linux KVM virtualization stack...

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RabbitMQ 3.0 Plugs Into STOMP and MQTT

The messaging platform can now talk the "Internet of Things" protocol MQTT and the text-oriented STOMP protocol. The new version also brings policy-driven mirroring and federation...

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Words of Gratitude for the Bounty That Is FOSS

It's a general matter of course in any given year that as Thanksgiving draws ever closer, more than a few Linux bloggers begin to wax sentimental about their favorite operating system, often recounting all the many reasons they're thankful it exists. It is the start of the season of thankfulness,...

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