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Second Debian init System Vote Concludes

The second vote by the Debian technical committee addressed init system coupling. Bdale Garbee has announced the results of that vote. "With all 8 votes cast, this CFV on the init system coupling issue has ended in a tie between options "L" and "N". Given my vote on this issue,...

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Students Can Help Improve LLVM & Clang, Make The Kernel Build

Besides GCC looking towards new features and improvements this year via Google's Summer of Code, the LLVM project also has a growing list of hopeful projects for student developers...

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What is Good Video Editing Software on Linux?

A video editor allows you to handle post-production video editing which typically involves arranging, cutting, pasting, trimming, and otherwise enhancing (e.g., adding various effects to) video clips through the timeline interface. In modern video editing software, things like multi-codec import/transcoding, non-linear video editing, or even HD video support are pretty...

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Moving Between the Stages of Open Source Projects

In a recent training session, I discussed commitment gradients—how much extra effort is involved to move between each stage of involvement within a project.  After the session I was asked for some examples of commitment gradients and how it’s possible to make them shallower, so it’s easier for people to...

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Distribution Release: Linux From Scratch 7.5

Armin K has announced the release of Linux From Scratch (LFS) 7.5, a book of step-by-step instructions on how to build a base Linux system from scratch - from an existing Linux system or a Linux live CD. The comprehensive 351-page publication serves primarily as an educational exercise....

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