Open Source events in 2007
February 3, 2008
Thanks to Ashish for posting the article.
Feel free to digg it.
This post is in response to a notion I encountered more than once, by different people (blogs) at difference times. The argument here is : as more and more people ...READ MORE
Codeweavers, the company which gave us the award-winning software to run MAC OS and Windows software on Linux, is giving it's full support in Lindependence '08. Lindependence '08 is a community ...READ MORE
Ubuntu Linux has opened a lot of doors for open source developers. The real enthusiasts, the midnight oil burner are coming up with some AMAZING applications. One such KICK-ASS app is the ...READ MORE
I found this great article which covers the pre-releases of the three biggest and arguable, the most popular Linux Distros, viz, Ubuntu, Fedora and OpenSuse. The article is a good read ...READ MORE
After RoadRunner , IBM's supercomputer with 6,480 dual-core processors, running Red Hat Enterprise Linux, it is now the FreeRunner. OpenMoko's Neo FreeRunner, running on Linux OS, is being made available to ...READ MORE
I bought my Dell XPS M1530 just over a couple of months ago, before Dell started selling the Ubuntu pre-installed ones. I was considering buying a Macbook, but after I ...READ MORE
The Mini-PC or Mobile Internet Device market is really starting to sizzle. And the great thing is, that some of the hottest and best-selling Mini-PCs run Linux. In this post, I ...READ MORE
As any software engineer worth his salt knows, Regression , especially after an upgrade, is one of the most important aspects to take care of. Professionally, I have taken care of ...READ MORE
Oh yeah !! Thats what I call sheer madness ... Godliness !!! But before you start googling around and counting the number of OSes actually out there let me give you the ...READ MORE
What motivates Open source contribution ?
Codeweavers boost Linux Migration
Ubuntu on Windows
Another Runner in the Race
Dell XPS M1530 and the Ubuntu (7.04, 8.04
Help to Spec Regression Testing for Ubuntu Apps
Installing 145 OSes in a PC
Dell XPS M1530 and the Ubuntu ride