Joe Casad talks to Fedora Community Manager Karsten Wade.more »
Linux Pro Magazine's Editor in Chief, Joe Casad, sat down with Ubuntu's Community Manager, Jono Bacon, at this week's LinuxWorld in San Francisco.more »
Linux Pro Magazine's Editor in Chief, Joe Casad meets Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier at LinuxWorld in San Franciscomore »
Daniel Phillips has relaunched his Tux filesystem. After Tux2 failed due to patenting issues eight years ago, Phillips has now invited developers to collaborate on Tux3.more »
In his keynote at OSCON (O'Reilly Open Source Convention) in Portland (Oregon), Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth talked about his vision of a future Linux.more »
Linux New Media Awards 2006 Linux New Media Awards 2006Jul 15, 2008
Community and commercial cooperation is increasingly important in the Open Source world. At this year’s Linux New Media Awards, we were the first to award a prize for the best combination of fire and water. This year’s awards were presented at the LinuxWorld Expo in Cologne, Germany.more »
Community Notes Community NotesJul 11, 2008
Jon catches up with Linux users in London and rounds up the activities of some Linux User Groups around the world.more »
Jono Bacon recently announced that the LugRadio Live UK show will be the final show. In his announcement, Jono said, "I am massively proud of what we have managed to achieve. Over 100 shows, 7 full-time presenters and countless guest presenters, 200+ hours of audio, 100+ guests, 2million+ downloads, 1000+ forums members, 40000+ forums posts, 5 live events in two countries, 5000+ emails to the show and an incredible community."more »
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