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A New Game Comes To Linux And It's Not A FPS

While quality native Linux games are rather in short supply, those that do end up coming out of the professional game studios end up being first-person shooters, just look at Doom 3, Quake 4, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, Cold War, Unreal Tournament 2004, etc.
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Communities Vs. Teams: Open Source Needs Both

A curious insight has come from all the recent talk about MySQL/Sun/Oracle. People talk about a community around a given open source product, but there's at least as much talk about a team within it. Let's not neglect the importance of either of those things.
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Linux 2.6.32-rc7 Released

This time I held off the -rc for fear of an ugly-looking resume regression that Rafael had been looking at, but instead of being something nasty and fundamental, it turned out to be a trivial driver bug (where "trivial" here means "nasty and hard to figure out, but not some fundamental code breakage").
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Lesser Used But Helpful Tips and Tricks for OpenOffice.org Calc

For those users of Microsoft Office looking to migrate to a more cost-effective, less-limiting office suite, you have made the right choice. And for those users who actually want to take advantage of more than the basics of the tools, there are plenty there for you to enjoy.

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Mozilla Firefox 3.6 Beta 2 Contains More Than 190 Fixes

Mozilla released Firefox 3.6 Beta 2, the next version of its popular Web browser, less than two weeks after the first Firefox 3.6 Beta.
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Firefox Addon Shortens Lengthy Browser Tasks

Want to automate common Firefox browsing tasks, such as logging into your Web-based mail, or tracking a package online? Then you'll want to give the free DéjàClick a try. It's a simple-to-use recording program that will record your actions, let you save them as a script, and then run them...

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