Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 23, 2012
Open-source software can be the answer (Jan 23, 2012, 19:02)
The Star Press: "Don't reach for your credit
card to start buying commercial software just yet. What if you
could get most of it for free?"
A Permissive Bubble? (Jan 23, 2012, 18:01)
Grigor Gatchev Weblog: "The data shows that,
while both the copyleft-licensed and the permissively licensed
projects grow in numbers during the last year and a half, the
number of the permissively licensed projects grows far faster that
that of the copyleft licenses."
10 New Open Source Projects You May Not Know About (Jan 23, 2012, 17:02)
PC World: "With so many open source software
projects under way at any given moment, it can be difficult to keep
tabs on all that's going on."
CIA Tracks Public Information For The Private Eye (Jan 23, 2012, 16:01)
NPR: "Secrets: the currency of spies around the
world. The rise of social media, hash-tags, forums, blogs and
online news sites has revealed a new kind of secret — those
hiding in plain sight. The CIA calls all this information 'open
source' material, and it's changing the way America's top spy
agency does business."
11 useful commands for Linux/Unix administrators (Jan 23, 2012, 15:04)
Linuxaria: "In this post, I will show you 10
most rated linux commands at commandlinefu."
4 New Professionally Done Ubuntu Adverts (Jan 23, 2012, 14:02)
Tech Drive-in: "Canonical is slowly stepping up
its marketing pitch."
Add a Vintage Effect in�digiKam (Jan 23, 2012, 13:22)
Scribbles and Snaps: "DigiKam has all the tools
you need to turn your digital snapshots into vintage
Free Android Apps for Students (Jan 23, 2012, 12:03)
GooGez: "Are you a high school student looking
for straight A's? Or are you a sophomore at college, struggling
through the pressure of exams and grades?"
5 Reasons Why KDE Is Better Than Unity (Jan 23, 2012, 11:01)
The Power Base: "It's no secret that KDE is not
the most popular desktop environment for Linux/Unix users."
Webopedia Term of the Day: What is Cinnamon? (Jan 23, 2012, 10:02)
Webopedia: "A desktop graphics environment for
Linux and other Unix-like operating systems."