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October 2009 Browser Stats: Firefox Finally Passes IE6

Web developers have waited for what seems like ages for this month to come along.
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Linux 2.6.32-rc6 Released

It's been over two weeks since -rc5, partly because of a very quiet week there due to lots of kernel people (including me) being in Tokyo for the annual kernel summit, but also partly because we had an annoying problem with ext4 filesystem corruption after unclean shutdowns.
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OpenOffice: Go Open Core

Oracle's acquisition of Sun is still grinding along, but while the gears are still turning I'd like to throw in a request: Make OpenOffice an open-core product. Keep the main program free, but charge for the useful bonuses.
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Hands on: Firefox 3.6 Beta Supports Personas, Fullscreen Video

Mozilla announced the availability of the first Firefox 3.6 beta last week. Firefox 3.6, codenamed Namoroka, is an incremental update that introduces a handful of new features, enhanced performance, and some noteworthy improvements to web standards support.
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Skype for Linux Set for Open Source

Skype for Linux will be open sourced at some point in "the nearest future."…...
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Linux and iPods: Do the Banshee Shuffle

My family has a couple of those tiny little audio players called the iPod Shuffle. It is a bare-bones 1/4" x 3/4" x 1" solid-state wonder that can store and play about 250 songs. They are great for use when working out or doing chores.
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