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Calls for Action on UK Government Open Source

At last weeks Westminster eForum, participants called for more action from the UK Government on the adoption of open source by public authorities.

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Pithos Melds Pandora Streaming with Linux Desktops

Sure, Pandora plays in a browser window, but it can end up eating CPU cycles, causing instability, and requiring more window space than necessary.

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PacketFence NAC 1.9.1 Released

The Inverse development team has announced the release of version 1.9.1 of PacketFence, the free and open source network access control (NAC) system...

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OpenShot 1.2.2 Further Pushes Open-Source Video Editing

OpenShot, one of the popular and promising non-linear open-source video editing projects, is out today with their first major release in nearly a half-year.

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Tutorial: Enabling Unicode Email in Mutt and PuTTY

Unicode and locale problems rise up and bite at the strangest times; Juliet Kemp shows how to make Unicode, PuTTY, and Mutt work in harmony.

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PiTiVi Video Editor Updated Ready for Maverick Freeze

A quiet update to the open source video editor PiTiVi has been released to beat the final freeze of Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat, which is due for release on October 10th...

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