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Articles by Richard Hillesley

A council of hope : the free software column (Apr 08, 2014)

MySQL - A controversial dual licensing model (Sep 23, 2013)

Samba: opening Windows to a wider world (Aug 18, 2013)

Apple scruffs -- The Free Software Column (Apr 08, 2013)

Raspberry Pi for Schools - The Free Software Column with Richard Hillesley (Dec 10, 2012)

Under the Hood with Arch and Gentoo (Oct 23, 2012)

The history of OpenOffice shows why licensing matters (Oct 04, 2012)

HealthCheck Mandriva - Rebooting the company (Jul 24, 2012)

Enforcing the GPL - Kernel hackers join the fight (May 31, 2012)

Free software and the necessity for idealism (May 24, 2012)

The conflict between video on the web and open standards (May 02, 2012)

Apache OpenOffice: who knows where the time goes? (Apr 05, 2012)

Committed, until the monopoly comes calling (Feb 15, 2012)

How can the layman get involved with free software? (Feb 09, 2012)

HealthCheck: Linux Mint (Jan 16, 2012)

The common goose (Jan 13, 2012)

LXDE and Xfce - the other desktops (Dec 28, 2011)

A conversation with Dave Neary (Nov 30, 2011)

HealthCheck Ubuntu - The search for unity (Nov 21, 2011)

Open core or dual licensing? The example of MySQL (Oct 31, 2011)

LibreOffice - a dive into the unknown (Oct 10, 2011)

Software patents � a protection racket? (Oct 02, 2011)

Arch Linux - "It is what you make it" (Sep 21, 2011)

We won and we didn't notice - a conversation with Jeremy Allison of Samba (Sep 06, 2011)

A foundation for the desktop � one apple, two ideas (Aug 11, 2011)

OpenOffice - splits and pirouettes (Jul 07, 2011)

The Spiral tribe � marking the end of Debian�s unpredictable release schedule (Mar 10, 2011)

Nokia and open source - A trial by fire (Feb 25, 2011)

Save your PC: bootable Linux rescue tools (Feb 15, 2011)

Appropriation � and the kingdom did not fall (Jan 26, 2011)

Sun's open source legacy - Code and compromises (Jan 25, 2011)

Ubuntu and the price of Unity (Jan 03, 2011)

GCC and LLVM - What's in a licence? (Dec 18, 2010)

Health Check: openSUSE (Nov 19, 2010)

Rosegarden - An open source MIDI / audio multi-tracker (Oct 26, 2010)

PCLinuxOS - Rolling on a river (Sep 23, 2010)

GCC - 'We make free software affordable' (Aug 28, 2010)

Copyright assignment - Once bitten, twice shy (Aug 10, 2010)

GNU HURD - altered visions and lost promise (Jul 01, 2010)

The fall and rise of Mandriva Linux (Jun 28, 2010)

Firefox and the open web (May 04, 2010)

The lost world of the Xandros desktop (Apr 20, 2010)

Emacs & the birth of the GPL (Apr 06, 2010)

Minimalist Linux desktops (Mar 29, 2010)

Building on a Linux brand (Mar 24, 2010)

Sting in the tail for web's video codec search (Mar 22, 2010)

Health Check: Mandriva (Mar 12, 2010)

FreeBSD and the GPL (Feb 18, 2010)

Health Check: FreeBSD - "The unknown giant" (Feb 04, 2010)

Slackware Linux: Less is more (Jan 20, 2010)

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