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A Fun, Free Guide to Mastering the Audacity Sound Production Application

On a regular basis, we at OStatic compile documentation and guidance resources for popular open source platforms and applications. For example, you can find our collection of free, online books on open source tools here, including guides that can get you started with Blender, GIMP and more great open source applications. One of the best ongoing projects for producing free open source-related documentation is FLOSS Manuals. A while back, the site added an interesting new type of guide to its mix: workbooks. These are a cross between manuals and task-focused guided tours, and FLOSS Manuals has a newly updated one out for the powerful open souce Audacity sound editing and production program. If you're into sound, this is worth a look. We've covered Audacity on a number of occasions.  Audacity is an audio production platform that compares very well with software used...

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Left 4 Dead 2 Beta On Linux Coming Next Week

Left 4 Dead 2 is going to be released as beta next week on Linux by Valve!..

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Messaging Standard for Machine-to-Machine Sensors Makes Headway

One version of the Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) protocol could boost applications for the Internet of things.

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Have Linux Distros Gotten Too Tubby?

The size of Linux's waistline has long been the focus of recurring attention here in the Linux blogosphere, even drawing occasional criticism from Linus Torvalds himself. Recently, however, a fresh weight-related complaint was made -- not about the kernel itself, but about today's Linux distros. "Linux fatware? These distros need...

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Open Home Control: New Home Automation Hardware Project

Open Home Control will provide a framework for creating a large network of different devices that offer AES-256 data encryption and can resend data packets when transmission is disrupted...

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$50,000 Prize for New Open Source Open Flow Driver

To spur OpenFlow adoption, the Open Networking Foundation have a $50,000 prize for whoever can produce an OpenFlow driver to become an open source reference for developers and vendors...

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