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OSCON Summarized: Community, Cash, and Clouds

OSCON is worth attending, or at least watching from a distance, if for no other reason than it gives a pretty clear picture of what the developer community and industry around open source is thinking about. To sum up OSCON 2010 in three words, it's community, cash, and clouds.

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Drupal Can And Should Become Friendlier For Users

As we noted when April's DrupalCon conference took place in San Francisco, the open source content management system Drupal has gained substantial momentum...

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What's In? What's Out of Chrome 6

Want the ability to print preview in Chrome? We'll have to wait, because it's one of the features that didn't make the Chrome 6 cut.

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Lifehacker Pack for Linux: Our List of the Best Linux Downloads

We love Linux, and want to make it easier for others to do so, too. This first edition of the Lifehacker Pack for Linux includes our favorite apps that get things done and make your desktop great...

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Speech Recognition: There Actually Is An Open Source Solution

If you happen to have followed the path of speech recognition software over the years, you know that it's been a rocky road. Pundits ranging from Ray Kurzweil to Bill Gates, have, at various times, proclaimed speech recognition to be the wave of the computing future, but...

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Wesnoth Struggles with App Store's GPL Incompatibilities

In light of the recent GPL compliance complaint made by the Free Software Foundation against Apple's App Store, which sells and distributes software for Apple gadgets...

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