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Infrastructure Linux News for Dec 16, 2011

  • Use Google Alternative YaCy and Facebook Alternative Diaspora (2011-12-16 22:01:17)
    michaelaaronsonmd.com: "Here is a little secret between good friends regarding an approach to use YaCy, with Google as a back up, to generate a complete search."

  • Upcoming Features of Fedora 17 (2011-12-16 21:02:33)
    Softpedia: "On the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee (FESCo) meeting that took place last evening, December 12th, the developers approved several new features for the Fedora 17 release."

  • Me and Bash - The Bourne-Again SHell (2011-12-16 20:03:00)
    Linuxaria: "What do I bring to the table when it comes to an article about Bash? My ability to 'solve for X' and the research I've done to prepare for my next fun project – robotics."

  • Big Winners and Losers of 2011 (2011-12-16 19:01:33)
    OSTATIC: "Mint is the winner. Ubuntu and GNOME are the losers. That's the broad umbrella overview."

  • Introducing the Humble Deteriorating Bundle! (2011-12-16 18:03:01)
    TildeHash: "I can proudly say I purchased the first Humble Bundle (the 'Humble Indie Bundle'), and I can say I'm glad to have not purchased the last seven."

  • Here We Go Again, Another Linux Init: Intro to systemd (2011-12-16 16:03:19)
    Linux.com: "Then came systemd, and once again we Linux users were cast adrift in uncharted waters. Why all this change? Can't Linux hold still for just a minute?"

  • Is There a Google Conspiracy? (2011-12-16 15:01:42)
    The Motley Fool: "'m not the only one that thinks Google is trying to kill Firefox."

  • DotNetNuke squares off against the GPL (2011-12-16 14:03:17)
    IT world: "I am consistently amazed by the lengths people will go to to try to succeed in the marketplace."

  • Webopedia Term of the Day: What is Ubuntu Codenames? (2011-12-16 11:03:17)
    Webopedia: "The Ubuntu codenames are always alliterations, and they have generally ascended in alphabetical order with each successive release, although not always with the next letter in the alphabet used."

  • How to run Unity desktop on Linux Mint 12 (2011-12-16 10:01:42)
    LinuxBSDos.com: "While the combination of GNOME 3 and MGSE is an attempted to improve on the user-experience of a stock GNOME 3 installation, it still leaves the user fighting the desktop just to get things done."