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  • Closed or Open Source: Which CMS is Right for Your Business? (Apr 06, 2011, 22:13)
    Mashable: "Feel overwhelmed or torn by CMS choices? Let's discuss the pros and cons of developing within both open and closed source systems. And for further direction, let's scope out the top open and closed source ways to manage content for both ecommerce and general content sites."

  • Banshee 2.0.0 Released (Apr 06, 2011, 19:28) "Banshee 2.0 is the culmination of six months' work by 36 developers and dozens of translators, bug reporters, and testers. It is a stable release, the successor to Banshee 1.8"

  • 20 Years of Linux down, and the best is yet to come (Apr 06, 2011, 19:20)
    ZDNet:The movers and shakers of Linux gather in San Francisco to celebrate Linux's 20th anniversary and to look to its future

  • Linux Foundation Takes Aim At Embedded Devices (Apr 06, 2011, 19:17)
    InternetNews: Yocto effort hits 1.0 as new high-availability workgroup is launched by the Linux Foundation.

  • Nokia confirms Symbian no longer open source (Apr 06, 2011, 18:35)
    The H Open: "For those who are looking for the Symbian source under an open source licence, there is an archive on sourceforge at containing the code and resources from the Symbian Foundation before it closed its doors."

  • GNOME 3.0 released: better for users, developers (Apr 06, 2011, 14:32)
    GNOME: "Today, the GNOME Desktop project released GNOME 3.0, its most significant redesign of the computer experience in nine years."

  • Linux 2.6.39-rc2 (Apr 06, 2011, 13:21)
    LKML: "It's been an uncommonly calm -rc2, which should make me really happy, but quite honestly just makes me really suspicious."

  • Firefox 4 review � was it worth the wait? (Apr 06, 2011, 12:32)
    Linux User & Developer magazine:After a lengthy public beta period, Mozilla has finally released version 4 of its popular web browser. Linux User kicks Firefox 4's tires and peeks under the bonnet to find out whether it was worth the wait...

  • Meet the Guru: Interview with Ultimate Linux Guru Matthew Fillpot (Apr 06, 2011, 12:03) Last week the Linux Foundation announced the winners of its Ultimate Linux Guru contest. The winner? One of the top five gurus from last year, Matthew Fillpot

  • Pretty Python Plotting With CairoPlot (Apr 06, 2011, 08:11)
    ServerWatch: "As a data junkie, I'm forever looking for better ways to display charts and graphs, especially from Python. There are lots of Python plotting packages available, but if you want output that's pretty enough that even your Mac friends will be impressed, consider using CairoPlot."

  • The PHP Fat-Free Framework: Slim Down Your PHP Development (Apr 06, 2011, 06:29)
    PHPBuilder: The lightweight PHP Fat-Free Framework packs an incredibly large set of features into an incredibly small code base.

  • Novell's SUSE platform reaps rewards from creative effort (Apr 06, 2011, 04:29)
    PR Week: SUSE Studio and Disters Awards recognized as a successful PR campaign with a budget of $35,000