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5 Years Later, 5 Ways that Ubuntu has Made Linux More Human

Canonical announced the very first release of the Ubuntu Linux distribution on October 20, 2004. Five years later, Ubuntu is the star of the Linux desktop and has achieved a level of popularity and mindshare that is unprecedented among various flavors of the open source operating system.
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IBM and Canonical Team Up Against Windows 7

The companies are bringing their low-cost cloud and Linux desktop platform to the U.S. Even if customers don't bite immediately, Microsoft needs to be concerned.
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SpringSource Releases Spring 3.0

SpringSource has announced the availability of version 3.0 of their open source Spring framework for Java applications. It includes a number of enhancements and is now based fully on Java 5...
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No Linux Finger Pointing, Please

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols's (in?)famous "Five Ways The Linux Desktop Shoots Itself In The Foot" has generated as much heat as it has light.
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Mozilla Disables, Reinstates Microsoft Plugin for Firefox

Mozilla has temporarily disabled Microsoft's WPF plugin for Firefox in order to protect users from a security vulnerability that was recently uncovered in the component. The vulnerability can be exploited when users visit malicious Web pages that contain specially crafted XAML content.
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