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Gin Up A Quick Web Page With Kompozer

Some Web authoring programs are very easy to use, like OpenOffice.org, but produce horrendously complicated HTML files.  Other applications are geared toward twiddling every single tag, like Bluefish. Kompozer strikes a good balance with a nice user interface, clean tagging, and built-in publishing features.
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GNOME 2.28.0 Release Candidate Is Out

The hard code freeze for GNOME 2.28.0 is coming up soon with the final release of this feature-update to GNOME coming out at the end of this month, but available now is the GNOME 2.28 release candidate.
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New Google Summer of Code Statistics Posted

Google has posted new statistics about its 2005 to 2009 Summer of Code contests which offer university students stipends to write and develop code for various open source projects...
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Get Decked: A Look at TweetDeck

Having trouble keeping up with your social media? The TweetDeck crew released a major update to the "social dashboard" this week that adds support for Facebook and MySpace.
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Microsoft Launches Open Source Foundation

Just days after being accused of attempting to unleash potentially harmful Linux-related patents to find their way into the hands of patent trolls, Microsoft is now slated to announce its founding of a new foundation to support open source software.
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Linux Foundation to Microsoft: Stop Secretly Attacking Linux

Linux Foundation executive director Jim Zemlin has a message for Microsoft: he wants the software giant to stop attacking Linux.
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