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Open Web Foundation Releases Open Specification Agreement

The OWF now provides an agreement for organisations to adopt which simplifies the process of releasing web specifications as open source...
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Mozilla Weave Goes Beta

Mozilla's syncing add-on and service has been released as a beta version, now with faster and smarter synchronising mechanisms...
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Google Chrome OS To Launch Within A Week

Google's Chrome OS project, first announced in July, will become available for download within a week, we've heard from a reliable source. Google previously said to expect an early version of the OS in the fall.

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The Old vs. the New Linux Desktop

What's funny about the Linux desktop of ten years ago is how much it looks like the Linux desktop of 2009.
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Microsoft's Psuedo sudo Patent Doesn't Really Cover sudo

Righteous indignation erupted on the Internet last week following reports that Microsoft had patented sudo, a traditional command-line tool that is widely-used on Linux and some UNIX platforms for selective privilege escalation.
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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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