Linux News for Aug 21, 2013
Is Android really a Linux distribution? (Aug 21, 2013, 23:00)
ITworld: Today in Open Source: Is Android really Linux?
HDMI-stick mini-PC runs Android on quad-core ARM SoC (Aug 21, 2013, 19:00)
LInuxGizmos: China-based Ugoos announced a quad-core, HDMI-stick style mini-PC available for a special price of $65 (normally $100).
Can there be open source music? (Aug 21, 2013, 14:00)
OpenSource.com: Can there be open source music? Or rather, what can open source music become?
How writing about Linux boosts your IT career. Interview with Jason Hibbets, Red Hat (Aug 21, 2013, 13:00)
Linux Career: In the Linux community there is space for everyone. You can be a beginner writer and still contribute to the Linux community.
Malware and Antivirus Systems for Linux (Aug 21, 2013, 12:00)
Linux.org: The most popular Linux antivirus software is ClamAV. ClamAV is a command-line antivirus program with a small resource footprint.
VeriSign Embraces Open-Source FreeBSD for Diversity (Aug 21, 2013, 11:00)
eWeek: Relying on more than one OS helps ensure the online availability and reliability of the Internet's global DNS infrastructure, according to VeriSign.
Unleash your team potential with Feng Office (Aug 21, 2013, 10:00)
OpenSource.com: Feng Office's tag line is: Unleash your team's potential.
Automate your common tasks on Linux with AutoKey (Aug 21, 2013, 09:00)
Linuxaria: If you do a lot of typing it could be useful to have a program that can easily manage your custom shortcuts, create and test them.
ProcessMaker 2.5: Open source workflow made faster, simpler (Aug 21, 2013, 08:00)
InfoWorld: This point release has been nearly two years in the making, so I was pleased to find it delivered more than just maintenance updates.
Firefox 24: The Road to Australis (Aug 21, 2013, 07:00)
eWeek: The Australis overhaul will include new user interface components. eWEEK examines Firefox's route to Australis.
Google Releases Chrome 29 Stable for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows (Aug 21, 2013, 06:00)
Softpedia: The newly released Google Chrome 29 web browser, the actual version is 29.0.1547.57, brings improved Omnibox suggestions based on the websites you have visited recently, the ability to reset your profile back to its original state, numerous new apps and extensions APIs.
Mailpile Is A Pro-Privacy, Open Source Webmail Project That’s Raised $100,000 On Indiegogo (Aug 21, 2013, 03:00)
TechCrunch: So what is Mailpile? It's an open source webmail client designed to be run on the user's own computer so they can retain control of their email data.