“Hai Ti!” Comics SchoolNet Namibia promotes OSS with comicsAug 15, 2007
If you want to promote the use of open source software, you might like this innovative approach out of Africa – comic strips.more »
The Electronics Corporation of Tamil Nadu (ELCOT) will be installing Suse Linux Enterprise on 30,000 desktops and 1880 servers at schools in the southern Indian state.more »
The Fedora project has joined forces with Creative Commons. The results are a live CD with Fedora 7 and free software, along with various music, sound and image documents under the CC license.more »
The Linux Foundation continues to grow. The latest member to join is the telecommunications supplier Nokia Siemens Networks.more »
Debian Developments A new Debian and a new Debian leaderJun 30, 2007
The new Debian "Etch" release follows a close Debian Project Leader election. Sam Hocevar surpassed other candidates by only eight votes.more »
IT 360° 2007 The conference formerly known as LinuxWorld CanadaJun 30, 2007
The IT 360° Conference and Expo 2007, May 1-2 in Toronto, Canada, was smaller than normal, which wasn’t necessarily a bad thing.more »
Interview: Mark Shuttleworth An interview with the founder of the Ubuntu ProjectMay 31, 2007
Mark Shuttleworth talks to Linux Magazine contributing editor Mathias Huber about the upcoming Ubuntu release Feisty Fawn and Ubuntu Live.more »
New partnership will bring more and better CS training to US schools
Criminals offer online help over Tor network
Sophisticated malware is still present on Joomla and WordPress sites around the world.
Future versions of Ubuntu's code service will support the popular Git version control system used with Linux and other open source projects.
New release marks the arrival of AMD’s unified driver strategy.
A new study by IDC charts big changes in the big hardware market.
Azure CTO says Redmond has already considered the unthinkable.
Lead developer quells rumors that the Debian version is slated for center stage.
MSBuild is now just another GitHub project as Redmond continues its path to the light.
Malware could pass data and commands between disconnected computers without leaving a trace on the network.