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Firefox's Add-on SDK Future Mapped Out

The Firefox Add-on SDK will be integrated and synchronised with Firefox releases from Firefox 21 onwards, freeing the developers to deliver new toolbar integration and make the SDK the best way to rapid prototype future Firefox features...

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Torvalds Strongly Objects to Windows 8 Secure Boot Keys in the Linux Kernel

Linux founder Linus Torvalds makes no bones about it. He thinks inserting signed binaries into the Linux kernel is "moronic".

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Growing the Next Generation of Open Source Hackers

As a parent of three (children aged: 10, 7, and 5), I'm eager to share with my kids the values that attracted me to open source and the hacker ethos: sharing and building great things together, taking control of your environment, and embracing technology as a means of expression, rather...

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Pointer Lock Feature Proposed For Wayland

Kristian Høgsberg has proposed patches to Wayland and the Weston compositor for implementing pointer locks. Pointer locks allow for applications to lock the pointer so they receive relative inputs, which can improve the handling of some games running on Wayland...

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Install Moodle to Manage Courses

Moodle, the Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment, is the premier open source e-learning application. A learning management system with strong philosophical underpinnings, Moodle allows teachers to create assignments, distribute materials, hold online classes, create tests, and grade students' work. Its modular infrastructure fosters communication and collaboration between teachers and students. 

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Benchmarking Ubuntu Touch Yields Mixed Results

Performance testing of Ubuntu Linux -- in the form of the brand new Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview -- on the Google Nexus smart-phones continues to move forward, but so far findings are mixed...

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