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Google Open Sources Heart and Soul of Google Wave Code

Google programmers open source two components of the Google Wave messaging and collaboration prototype.
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Linux and Free/Open Source Software: Why Code For Free? (part 1)

How can anyone make a living writing Free software? Why should a coder work for free? These questions, and others, are answered in this two-part series. Today we learn why Free and Open Source software are very important even to end users who are not coders.

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Open Source Word Processors Give You Lots of Free Choices, Part 2

Literally dozens of word processing applications are out there for Linux, and some of these are lighter in weight, suiting them to possible use on either a netbook, an embedded device, or that old legacy PC sitting around in your storage area.
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Multicore Video Decoding with MPlayer, Part 1

MPlayer is a popular video playback application which is available for Linux. The h264 video codec provides good visual quality and small file sizes, but requires a fair amount of processing power to decode in real time.
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Microsoft and Vyatta Rebut Reports of GPL Violation

Microsoft and Vyatta have rebutted reports that Microsoft had to release the Hyper-V Linux Integration Components (LinuxIC) under the GPLv2 because they had violated the licence...
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Browsers of Future Past: Seamonkey 2.0 Preview

This week the Seamonkey Project released the first beta for the Seamonkey 2.0 Internet suite, a project that continues the tradition of the Netscape Suite with code from the latest releases of Firefox and Thunderbird under the hood.
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