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FSF Launches Site for Free OpenOffice Extensions

The Free Software Foundation has announced that, because the standard distribution of OpenOffice includes some proprietary extensions, it has decided to maintain a list of free software extensions for the open source office suite...
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Kernel Prepatch 2.6.34-rc7

The 2.6.34-rc7 prepatch is out. Linus says: "I think this is the last -rc - things have been pretty quiet on the patch front, although there's been some rather spirited discussions." The...
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Shuttleworth: No Default GNOME Shell in Ubuntu 10.10

Mark Shuttleworth gave some broad indications of what to expect in future Ubuntu releases, in his role as SABDFL during a recent Q&A...
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Hell Freezes Over: Opera Mini on the iPhone

It seemed like they'd be ice skating in Hades before Apple would bless a real competitor to Safari on the iPhone, but Opera Mini has made its way into the App Store. Now that Opera has sailed past the gatekeepers, what's the verdict?
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R Programming Language Gets Commercial Makeover

With new commercial support and technology, the open source language used for running analytics on big data is set for an upgrade.
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Rhythmbox Knows the Words and the Tune

Rhythmbox, an integrated music management application, was originally inspired by Apple's iTunes. Thi...
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