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Free Resources to Help You Launch Your Open Source Project

Have you been considering launching an open source project? Doing so involves a series of decisions that can give you a proper chance at rallying community support, staying on the right side of the law, and building a strong user base.  Issues pertaining to licensing, distribution, support options and even branding require thinking ahead if you want your project to flourish. In this post, you'll find our newly updated collection of good, free resources to pay attention to if you're starting an open source project. 

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Manage Google Docs With LibreOffice

LibreOffice has an excellent extension which allows a user do exactly the same. You can access the files on Google Docs from within LibreOffice, download a local version, work on it, and keep it synced with Google Docs. At the same time you can create new files and 'upload' them...

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Valve Officially Announces Steam and Left 4 Dead 2 for Linux

There have been many hints, but Valve has now officially confirmed that it is porting its games platform Steam to Linux. Also in the pipeline is a port of multiplayer action game Left 4 Dead 2...

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GParted Live 0.13.0-1 Released

The GParted Team have released a new version of Gnome Partition Editor. This is a stable release and fixes a major bug an also adds several new features...

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LibreOffice 3.6 RC1 Released

The Document Foundation has released first release candidate for LibreOffice 3.6. This is the next major version of the open-source office suite scheduled to be out later this year.

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Linux 3.5 Approaches with RC7

A seventh release candidate for Linux 3.5 was published over the weekend, following a large number of small pull requests submitted by kernel developers. This led Linus Torvalds to tell the developers, "Not cool guys. Not cool."...

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