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Ubuntu 15.10 Desktop Updates Brings Fixes for Mir Backend

Ubuntu developers are making some really interesting progress with the upcoming Wily Werewolf release, and they have revealed some of the work that's being done for the desktop. It's not much to look at, but there are a couple of items that should be mentioned. All of the work done...

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An Interview with Larry Wall (LinuxVoice)

LinuxVoice has an interview with Perl creator Larry Wall. "So I was the language designer, but I was almost explicitly told: 'Stay out of the implementation! We saw what you did made out of Perl 5, and we don’t like it!' It was really funny because the innards of the...

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LibreOffice 5.0 to Get Numerous DOCX Improvements

The Document Foundation has released the third RC (Release Candidate) for the LibreOffice 5.0.0 branch, which is now available for download and testing. The new LibreOffice 5.0 version is getting all the attention right now, and The Document Foundation has already said that it wants to have an amazing release.

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New Media Player in the Works for Ubuntu Touch to Replace Grooveshark

Grooveshark is no more, and the service was also removed from Ubuntu Touch, but the developers are working to replace that with something else, and it looks like something is in the works. You don't really feel that you miss something until it's gone, and the same is happening with...

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The Companies Most Active On The Systemd Mailing List

In part due to the recent news item about an NSA researcher looking at KDBUS and then having written a mailing list parser for finding how many Intel developers work on their open-source driver, for curiosity sake, here's a look at the companies most active on the systemd mailing list...

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Solus OS Now Boots in 3.5 Seconds

A new day, a new Solus update. The developers are keeping themselves busy, and they are working to improve the operating system constantly. The latest might not look like a major upgrade, but the devs have managed to refine the boot time considerably. Just two or three years ago, Linux...

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