Fires may be easy to start, but putting them out is a different matter. Case in point: the Systemd inferno. What started a few weeks ago as a relatively straightforward controversy over an oft-debated technology Visit the VMware Tech Center has now virtually blown up in Linux fans’ faces. The latest flareup? None other than the suggestion that Linux be split in two.
Double XP Weekend is coming your way this November. Start getting ready now!
MMG talks to the RuneScape Community
This week the Art Team play through Fate of the Gods, which took players to the hostile, alien landscape of Freneskae, with mind-blowing graphical wonders.
Well it was another rough week here in the Linux blogosphere, thanks to the ongoing conflagration over Systemd. Linux Girl hasn’t dared shed her flame-retardant cape yet — just in case — but was relieved when the conversation took a turn late in the week down at the blogosphere’s seedy Broken Windows Lounge. More than a few bloggers were seeking some respite from the flames.
Enter our ‘RuneScape at the Movies’ competition and win a brand-new 42” full-HD Smart LED Sony TV!
See what the RuneScape Community have been up to over the last few weeks in the Community Chronicle, featuring artwork, videos and events!
Mod Michelle meets Mod JD in today’s RuneScape podcast, covering everything you need to know about RuneScape social media.
They say art imitates life, but it’s surprising how often the same can be said of the Linux blogs. Case in point: Just as the world at large is filled today with fiery strife — Gaza, Ukraine, Syria, Ferguson — so, too, is the Linux blogosphere. Of course, it’s not political, social or racial struggles tearing the FOSS community apart. Rather, the dividing issue here is none other than Systemd.
The opening of Prifddinas marks a huge milestone in Gielinor’s history, so it’s time you got all of your lore questions answered – by Mod Osborne himself!
RuneScape’s Clan Cup begins! Join in the action now and prove your clan to be the best of the best.
…the lazy will never last. September 19th! That’s the last day when we will accept artwork submissions! We’re looking for a new default background that will be shipped with Mageia 5. We might also pick one or two runners up … Continue reading →
It was just a few short weeks ago that we here in the Linux blogosphere were rehashing the open source world’s documentation dilemma — one of those perennial topics bloggers love to resurrect whenever there appears to be a lull in the conversation. At the time, alert readers may recall, Linux Girl compared the topic to the ongoing “Year of Linux on the Desktop” debate — another favorite.
Guys, this one is coming from the heart. We keep talking about how Mageia is this and Mageia needs that and Mageia did this totally awesome thing. But you know what? That’s a little bit misleading. See, Mageia isn’t some … Continue reading →
Fansites, and Videos, and Events, oh my! Plus a whole lot more in the latest Community Chronicle.
Our Podcast Monkey talks to Mod Titus, Mod Abi and Mod Selfie about what it is like being an Intern at the Jagex Studio.
After an epic pitch from PrimalMoose at RuneFest last year, Barbarian Assault has undergone a rework and is ready to be showcased live by our JMods.
You never forget your first love, and that appears to apply just as well to Linux as to relationships in real life. To wit: “What was your first Linux distro?” is the title of a recent “Voice of the Masses” poll, and throughout the blogosphere the nostalgic reminiscences have been pouring forth ever since. Some 100 bloggers proclaimed their first Linuxy loves in the poll’s comments.
This month is Clan Month on RuneScape – and now, you’ll have the chance to ask our JMods anything clan-related!
Sign up now for the 2014 Clan Cup!