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Linux 2.6.31-rc6 Released

Lots of small fixes all over, spread out fairly evenly (50% drivers, and roughly 10% each in arch, fs, kernel, tools/perf, "rest"). And things do seem to be calming down, because outside of some further i915 displayport patches and a couple of perf-counter patches, almost all of them are pretty dang small.
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Open Source Programming Languages Surveyed

C still the most used language, but JavaScript and SQL are on the rise according to Black Duck's analysis...
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FSF Launch GNU Generation

The Free Software Foundation has started a community for young people interested in contributing to free software. The GNU Generation community is aimed at people between the ages of 13 and 18...
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Big Things Come In Small Packages At

A large part of the 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 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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