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Debian Leader Says Canonical's Snappy Could Cause Compatibility Issues

Canonical is developing a new package format called Snappy that will bring a lot of new features to the desktop, like containment, carefree dependencies, and security, just to name a few. From the looks of it, the new Debian leader is concerned that it might affect the free software ecosystem,...

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Open Source Has to Be More than Linux

Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen, to my fourth installment of Six Degrees. Thanks for the tremendous support, suggestions, and feedback since I kicked this off. It all helps me to write something that is hopefully worth reading. read more...

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Q&A with Krita Project Lead Boudewijn Rempt

 Segtsy Blog: Spring is in the air, taxes are done, and it’s time to focus on fun stuff—like digital painting! Krita is attempting a second stab at success with another Kickstarter that started earlier last week. For 2015, Krita has Photoshop in their crosshairs with the anticipation of making Krita as fast or faster than Photoshop. I was able to speak to Krita’s lead developer, Boudewijn Rempt, about the 2015 Kickstarter campaign and upcoming year.

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Distribution Release: Black Lab Linux 6.5 SR 1

The Black Lab project has released its first service release to Black Lab Linux 6.5. 

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NoobsLab Offers Amazing Mac OS X Transformation Pack Tutorial for Ubuntu 15.04

Making Linux distros look like other operating systems is one of the favorite pastimes for some of the users, and a new transformation pack named MBuntu Y has been published. The guys from NoobsLab have put together a tutorial that presents a semi-automatic procedure that can help the user get...

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One Of Intel's Newest Linux Graphics Developers Is A Former Ubuntu Dev

Intel's Open-Source Technology Center continues to hire new developers for working on their Linux graphics stack. Back in 2013, Intel had 20~30 full-time Linux graphics driver developers and since then that number has only risen...

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