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KDE Now Accepting Google Summer of Code Student Applications

Attention prospective Google Summer of Code students: the student applications window has begun. If you haven’t contacted the relevant KDE subproject yet (including umbrella projects Kubuntu and Calamares) to submit your proposal for review, it is high time to do so. 

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Qt 5.5 Alpha Finally Released

Digia / The Qt Company has finally managed to get Qt 5.5 into a shape for branching and as a result the alpha version is now available for early testing...

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State of VoIP in Linux

A handful of Linux VoIP tools are vying to be the leader in the field.

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Ext4 Filesystem Improvements to Address Scaling Challenges

The eExt4 filesystem causes a number of scaling and performance issues, which Jan Kara, Linux kernel engineer at SUSE, addressed in his presentation at The Linux Foundation’s Vault storage conference last week.

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Xtra-PC Distro Helps Non-Technical People Install Linux on an Old PC

If you still have an old PC, you're in luck. A new Linux distribution based on Lubuntu will give any old PC a new lease on life, designed for non-technical users and optimized for popular web sites.

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OpenELEC 5.0.6 released

OpenELEC-5.0 is the next stable release, which is a feature release and the successor of OpenELEC-4.

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