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Mozilla's BrowserID Seeks to Ease Authentication Woes

Ever find yourself juggling so many passwords that you can't keep track of them, or compromising the security of your sign-ins by using the same log-in information across multiple sites?

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Mozilla Releases SeaMonkey 2.2 Based on Firefox 5

The latest stable release of the SeaMonkey "all-in-one internet application suite" introduces new features such as support for CSS animations, and addresses several security vulnerabilities that had already been fixed in Firefox 5...

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Thunderbird Conversations 2.0 Brings Gmail-Like Threaded Conversations to Thunderbird

It's been a while since we discussed Thunderbird Conversations, but the developers have released a new version that's stable, out of beta, and brings Gmail-style conversation view to Thunderbird.

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One-Stop Shopping for Open Source Manuals

Every so often, we at OStatic compile documentation and guidance resources for popular open source platforms and applications, and one of the best ongoing projects for producing free open source-related documentation is FLOSS Manuals. It's an ongoing and ambitious effort to build online guides for open source software that we initially covered in this post.

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Project Spotlight: Chef

Rolling out new servers is a big part of system administrators’ jobs, so any software that can simplify server installation and configuration is a welcome tool. We sat down with OpenLogic’s Senior Content Manager Brad Reeves to talk about Chef, an open source systems integration framework built to bring the benefits of server configuration management to an entire operating infrastructure.

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