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Big Things Come In Small Packages At linux.conf.au

A large part of the linux.conf.au experience are the "miniconfs," two day-long, highly-focused seminars aimed at specific areas of Linux and Open Source development.
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Big Cool Text With OOo Fontwork

There are many situations where lists of crisp bullet points just don't work in a slide show. Today we will look at how to use the Fontwork feature in Openoffice.org to really jazz up the text on your slides.

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A Community of Community Leaders

The weekend before this year's O'Reilly Open Source Convention in San Jose, many OSCON attendees assembled for another event, the 2009 Community Leadership Summit.

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Firefox 3.6 a1: New CSS features, Faster JavaScript

On Friday, Mozilla announced the availability of the first Firefox 3.6 alpha release. It introduces several new features and brings a number of performance improvements to the popular open source Web browser.
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Will Google Chrome's Speed Displace Firefox?

If "only the paranoid survive," as former Intel CEO Andy Grove used to say, then Mozilla, the organization behind the open-source Firefox browser, needs to put its paranoia on overdrive.
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Qt Software Changes Name Again

Say hello to Qt Development Frameworks, as Nokia repositions the home of the Qt framework...
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