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Google File System II Stalked by Open-Source Elephant

As Google rolls out GFS2 - a major update to the custom-built file system underpinning its online infrastructure--the company's former infrastructure don sees no reason why the open source world can't follow suit.

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Make Firefox Chores Go Faster With iMacros

If you find yourself doing the same tasks over and over again in Firefox, maybe it's time you automated some of those things.
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How 'Suite' They Are: OpenOffice.org and Its Multiple Offshoots

With a major update of its own slated in another couple of months, the cross-platform OpenOffice.org office suite has also spurred a spate of intriguing offshoots, ranging from a thumbnail USB edition to the Go-oo variant and beyond.

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Gin Up A Quick Web Page With Kompozer

Some Web authoring programs are very easy to use, like OpenOffice.org, but produce horrendously complicated HTML files.  Other applications are geared toward twiddling every single tag, like Bluefish. Kompozer strikes a good balance with a nice user interface, clean tagging, and built-in publishing features.
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GNOME 2.28.0 Release Candidate Is Out

The hard code freeze for GNOME 2.28.0 is coming up soon with the final release of this feature-update to GNOME coming out at the end of this month, but available now is the GNOME 2.28 release candidate.
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