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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 15, 2011

  • App containing on the modern Linux desktop (Jun 15, 2011, 22:03)
    Stephane Graber's website: "This project is used as the base for WebLive‘s feature allowing users to easily test any package in the Ubuntu archive."

  • Code is not Community: OpenOffice.Org and the LibreOffice imperative (Jun 15, 2011, 20:01)
    Simon Says...: "The best thing end-users can do is ignore OpenOffice.org at Apache until the dust settles, and switch to LibreOffice instead."

  • Adobe: No more cornering the market (Jun 15, 2011, 16:08)
    IT World: "Given the recent popularity of standards-driven HTML5 applications on a variety of platforms, including Windows, iOS, and Linux distributions, it seems pretty silly for Adobe, makers of Flash, to tick off even one set of platform users."

  • When "minor" and "devestating" are used in the same sentence (Jun 15, 2011, 14:58)
    The Blog of Helios: "Diane has been an important part of The HeliOS Project for a year now. Not only has she organized our planning and logistics, she almost single-handedly did all the cleaning and prep work to get our new facility ready for the public."

  • 15 Great Tools for the Terminal (Jun 15, 2011, 14:03)
    Tux Arena: "Cmus is a music player that I admire the most when it comes to command-line because it's really powerful and has a lot of nice features. It is built with ncurses and therefore providing a text-user interface."

  • Install and Configure OpenVPN Server on Linux (Jun 15, 2011, 07:00)
    Linux.com: "The VPN is very often critical to working within a company. "

  • 65 Open Source Apps That Replace Popular Education Software (Jun 15, 2011, 01:02)
    Datamation: Open source education apps for art, chemistry, geography, foreign language and more. Plus: open source education games.