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RuneScape’s Twitch Channel’s heaving with top streaming content this week: a boss-bothering Soul Reaper preview, and a Clan Month Q&A with three JMods.
Hang around for any length of time in the seedy bars and watering holes of the Linux blogosphere, and you’ll soon realize that certain topics tend to recur with surprising frequency. The most obvious example, of course, is the Year of Linux on the Desktop — a topic scientists have determined will surely outlive us all. The latest example to rear its head? FOSS documentation.
Check out the latest Community Chronicle! There’s news, events and spectacular fan art PLUS a Clan competition.
Mod Michelle, the heroic podcast micro pig, talks to Mod Moltare, Mod MattHe and an army of flying squirrels about clans and Clan Month.
Browsers have been a hot topic lately here in the Linux blogosphere, not just because of all the woes plaguing Tor in recent weeks, but also because of the increasingly worried mumbling about Firefox’s future. It’s been difficult to discern where a FOSS fan should turn, so it was with great relief that Linux Girl recently came upon an article dedicated to that very topic.
RuneScape’s thousandth music track is now in-game, performed by a whole host of JMods. Today’s video shows the making of this massive musical milestone.
If the Linux world has anything akin to royalty, Linus Torvalds surely must be its monarch. So what could be more natural than for the Linux-loving masses to want to see where he works and lives? Fortunately for FOSS fans, none other than the Linux Foundation has stepped up with an answer to that desire in the form of a video showcasing Torvalds’ home office. Think it’s tidy? Think again.
With Araxxor and Twitch Integration now live, it’s high time for an epic live-streaming event – tonight at 6pm BST!
The latest Community Chronicle is here, bringing you more news, events and spectacular fan art than you can crack an abyssal whip at.
The latest in our ‘Exposed’ series sees Mod Michelle giving us the inside scoop on the wiki.
“I told you so” is a refrain that’s oft-heard here in the Linux blogosphere, and more often than not it refers to some fleeting Microsoft tie with FOSS that subsequently goes wrong. The latest example? It’s a doozy. Redmond not only is laying off many, many thousands — most of them in its ill-fated Nokia unit — but also abandoning its short-lived support of Android through the Nokia X line.
Thorsten Behrens, Chairman of the Board at The Document Foundation, has announced the elections for the Membership Committee. Dear Community, all members of The Document Foundation are called to vote on a new Membership Committee. Therefore, the Board of Directors hereby announces the elections to the Membership Committee with the following timeline: 2014-07-19: announcement of […]
It’s been difficult to hear ourselves think here in the Linux blogosphere lately, what with all the distractions that have been thrown our way. We’ve had the NSA casting aspersions on Linux users; we’ve had the IRS looking askance at FOSS. We’ve even had the well-respected Tor Project sucked into a lawsuit over revenge porn, of all things. Ready for the latest?
Events, videos, and a fantastic competition are all featured in this edition of the RuneScape Community Chronicle.
Tune in at 4pm BST on Wednesday 9th July for an exclusive first look at Twitch Integration
Time has come again for ISO testing! Here is the first step towards Mageia 5. Most of your favorite software has been updated to their latest versions. There is still a long road ahead, but all in all, this first alpha … Continue reading →
Well another Independence Day has come and gone here in the land of stars and stripes, causing at least some in the tech blogosphere to turn their thoughts toward freedom. “Digital independence day: Your guide to DIY, open-source, anonymous free computing” was one offering, for example. “It’s Time for IT Pros to Declare Their Technology Freedom” was the thought du jour at another outlet.
Would you buy a high-end laptop built completely around open hardware and the Linux distro of your choice? Novena offers that opportunity, but it comes with an out-of-the-box experience that might be beyond the reach of the typical computer consumer. That said, the Novena laptop’s experimental technology has the potential to offer new options to a sluggish computer industry.
Here in the Linux community, there’s never any shortage of opportunities to wax philosophical about the success of our favorite operating system. After all, the traditional — read: proprietary — model had nothing to do with it, strictly speaking, so FOSS fans can’t be blamed for wanting to extol the virtues of the free and open source model instead.