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Mozilla Renames Firefox 4 Beta 6 to Beta 7

Mozilla has announced that the previously planned Beta 6 release of Firefox 4 will become Beta 7 and that a "small" sixth beta will be inserted into the release schedule...

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Shotwell 0.7.2 Update Addresses Crucial Bugs

The latest 0.7.2 release of the open source Shotwell photo manager for the GNOME desktop addresses a number of "crucial" issues, including a "major startup problem"

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Does Linux Offer Too Much Choice?

User choice is one of the hallmarks of the Linux world, and most seem to agree that it's a good thing. One might even go so far as to say it's a big part of the reason so many of us embrace Linux. Every once in a while, however, a...

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Debian GNU/kFreeBSD Becomes More Interesting

Since last year we have been talking about Debian GNU/kFreeBSD, one of the official ports for Debian 6.0 "Squeeze" that will bring a 32-bit and 64-bit FreeBSD kernel as an option to using the Linux kernel. Debain GNU/kFreeBSD still has the Debian user-land complete with its massive package repository and...

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Is Apple Now Blocking Contributions To GCC?

Yesterday on the mailing list for GCC is was brought up if Apple's Objective-C 2.0 patches for the GNU Compiler Collection could be merged back into the upstream GCC code-base as maintained by the Free Software Foundation. Even though Apple's modified GCC sources still reflect the FSF as the copyright...

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