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Feedback Requested: Filesystem Hierarchy Standard Released

Just before LinuxCon North America in Vancouver, The Linux Foundation released a draft proposal for an update to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)...

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Report: Ruby Creator Sets Sights on Mobile App Development

Ruby, the open source programming language, has been a phenomenon in the development community for many years running now.

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The GPU Acceleration Situation In Firefox 6

Mozilla Firefox 6.0 is to be officially released on Tuesday (it's already out if you look on FTP mirrors) with faster performance, better start-up times, improved plug-in management, greater HTML5 support, more permission controls, and several other features. What's not talked about much, but is huge for the affected Linux...

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Free E-Book: The Art of Assembly Language Programming

Nearly the entire text of The Art of Assembly Language Programming has been posted online for the Processing Systems and Structures course at Washington University.

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Four Steps Toward a Successful Open Source Project

There’s a lot to like about open source software. It can help your business by cutting costs and producing better software. It’s open, auditable, and customizable, and free of the restrictive, invasive licenses and EULAs that infest proprietary software.

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PiTiVi: A Solid B-Lister of a Movie-Maker

PiTiVi is a GTK-based film editor that shows promise but lacks enough refinement to be much more than a "lite" version of other film packages. Its interface is simple enough to use as it was designed, with both newbie and seasoned film fanciers in mind. PiTiVi was created in 2004...

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