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Mozilla Plans Four Firefoxes in 2011

The Chrome effect Mozilla is planning to release four new versions of Firefox this year, shortening the browser's traditional release cycle considerably. To date, the open source outfit has released a new version of the browser every 12 to 18 months or so.…...

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Hitch: Git Author Attribution Helper for Pair Programmers

Hitch is a tool that enables pair programmers to attribute code to multiple authors in Git commits. "Just like Maverick and Goose, one dev flies, and one is pretty much the Radar Intercept Officer, having a more dedicated view of threats including syntax errors and stray whitespace," writes Wynn Netherland at The...

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Tutorial: Better IMAP for Linux's Mutt Mail Client

Linux server admins know that a great mail client is a crucial tool, and Mutt is one of the best. Joe Brockmeier introduces a tool to improve Mutt's handling of IMAP messages.

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GTK+ 3.0, GNOME Shell, Mutter Near Final

In preparation for the GNOME 2.91.6 release tomorrow, many GNOME modules are being checked in, including new versions of the GTK+ 3.0 tool-kit, the GNOME Shell, and the Mutter window manager...

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Review: LibreOffice beats OpenOffice.org by a Whisker

The new LibreOffice open-source office suite & proves that forking isn’t always the kiss of death,& says this eWEEK review. New features in the Linux-ready release -- including wider document format support, SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) import into Draw and Writer, enhanced presentation support, and an improved & save as&...

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Clutter 1.6 & GTK+ 2.24 Tool-Kits Released

There's good news in the land of GNOME tool-kits this week. In preparation for the release of GNOME 3.0, GTK+ 2.24 as well as Clutter 1.6.0 have been officially released...

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