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openSUSE-Medical Looking for Developers

The openSUSE-Medical distribution is an openSUSE sub-project aimed at doctors and medical staff and will include various open source software applications for medical use. The project is seeking developers and additional packagers.
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Countdown to Karmic Reveals New Features for Consumer, Enterprise

Canonical continues to make big strides in delivering Linux in their own unique way with today's release announcement of Ubuntu 9.10 Desktop and Server Editions, both available for free download on October 29.

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Creating a Continuous Integration Server for Java Projects Using Hudson

In a previous article we demonstrated how to setup a Linux server to use Maven, the primary Java build tool. Now we’ll look at how to use Hudson to provide continuous integration to your build environment..
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Three For O

The O is for October, harvest time here in NW Ohio USA. A beat-slicer, a book review, and a milestone release compose this trio of reviews for the Fall season in Linux audio fashion.
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Linux Incorporated

Linux isn't for fan-boys anymore. It's for IT.
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First Look: Inside Mozilla's Raindrop Messaging Platform

Mozilla Messaging, the organization behind the Thunderbird e-mail program, has introduced a new open source messaging aggregation platform: Raindrop.
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