In the short time that I've spent using Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger), I've really come to like it. The installation was painless, all my hardware was detected and configured correctly, package management was easy, and the clean-cut GNOME desktop is terrific.
Once again LinuxWorld, held at San Francisco’s still glamorous Moscone West, represents Open Source’s hottest foundry for forging a durable blend of corporation and community. This year’s show did provide a peek into the progress of technology funded by the deep pockets of significant business interests.
A review of Fedora Core 3, the latest offering from the Fedora Project.
After more than twenty years, the non-English computing world of India is poised to explode in an exciting flurry of Open Source Software projects. What standards are needed? And how can progress be sustained?
Microsoft adds a new member to its circle of trust.
Interoperability, localization and support are key for the open source desktop.