If you missed LinuxCon, you can watch the roundtable video archive online now.
Mobile applications, popularized by iPhone and Android, are getting some further encouragement from chipmaker Intel and its Atom platform.
The Network Security Toolkit (NST), a live DVD with countless security tools, is available in version 2.11.0. Much of the work focused on the installation and update mechanisms.
Today at 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM Pacific Time, the keynotes from Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth and HP's open source lead Bdale Garbee conclude the Linux Pro Magazine live streams from LinuxCon.
Today at 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM Pacific Time, the keynotes from Ubuntu initiator Mark Shuttleworth and HP's open source lead Bdale Garbee conclude the live streams from LinuxCon.
The KDE project's Sebastian Kügler dreams of a desktop that melts, like silk, into the Web. In a writeup to KDE developers he promotes Project Silk for better Web integration.
Since Nokia's takeover of Trolltech and the increased presence of Qt, the KOffice suite has been gaining prominence on mobile devices. Developers have been working on new import opportunities of Microsoft Office formats.
The Secunia security firm has found multiple vulnerabilities in the popular ffmpeg multimedia framework that is the basis for most Linux media players.
Mark Shuttleworth has issued a video at the Atlanta Linux Fest to announced the next Ubuntu version with Long Term Support (LTS) named "Lucid Lynx."
The Art of Community by Ubuntero Jono Bacon about the building of communities is now available free as an e-book.