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Linux 3.7-rc3: Some Of You Need To Change Your Names

Linus Torvalds released the Linux 3.7-rc3 kernel on Sunday evening. There isn't much that stands out about this release, but there is a small comedic rant by Linus about the names of some kernel contributors.

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The Software Creation Literacy Crisis

The number of people who can read and write code, particularly for mobile devices, is dangerously low: what's needed are easier ways to create software you can use in the context of your specific needs...

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Valve Kicks Off Steam on Linux Beta Test at UDS

Valve has officially announced the beginning of its Steam for Linux beta program at the Ubuntu Developers Summit in Copenhagen. While it is not known how many games will be included, several hints have been uncovered...

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Poll Shows Tepid Interest in Windows 8

If more than half of consumers haven't even heard of Windows 8, you may wonder just how successful the launch will be. [Read more]...

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Consequences of the ext4 Bug

The Ext4 bug that was disclosed last week has so far only affected one user. Nevertheless, ext4 lead developer Ted Ts'o wants to draw the necessary conclusions from the incident...

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Microsoft's Big Gamble Could Be Linux's Big Shot

Now that Windows 8 has made its long-awaited and widely trumpeted debut, there seems to be a fresh air of excitement and purpose here in the Linux blogosphere. This, of course, is not to say that many of us here are particularly excited about Microsoft's new OS, per se. 

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