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Python Support in GNOME Gets a Boost From Hackfest

Some GNOME developers have gathered in Boston for a Python GNOME hackfest that is hosted by the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project...
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Synaptics Gesture Suite Ported To Linux

On Friday we were briefed by Synaptics that they would be "announcing much-desired capabilities for notebook PCs running Linux and other open source operating systems", which we found out to mean that they were bringing their Synaptics Gesture Suite software to Linux. Today this announcement has no...
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Lightworks Video Editor Goes Open Source

EditShare has announced plans to make the Lightworks video editor it acquired last year available as open source...
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Report: The Ambitious Future of KDE4

KDE is currently moving in three directions: adding functionality, extending the concept of the social desktop, and the introduction of KDE on to every possible hardware platform. Bruce Byfield learns where KDE is going from lead KDE developer Aaron Seigo.
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Analyst: New Developer Demographics Favor Linux, PHP

As .Net and Java programmers age and retire, the future looks bright for dynamic programming languages, Linux, and open source generally, Forrester finds.
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Linux Graybeards? Yes, But Also A Wisdom Circle (InformationWeek)

InformationWeek reports from the kernel panel discussion at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit. "Andrew Morton, a key aide to Linux lead developer Linus Torvalds and often refe...
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