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GNOME Scan: GNOME Scan needs loveview story

http://blogs.gnome.org – Hi, GNOME Scan is a asleep. Bugs are triaged and sometime fixed, but no development occurs on master. There is tons of features to implement. Many uses cases and users. This is definitively a nice project. GNOME Scan just needs love. So anyone wanting to write code, add features, use new GNOME technologies is welcome. I’ll be glad to help anyone ! Thanks ! (Software)

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Exploring New Nepomuk Features in Mandriva Linux 2010view story

http://dot.kde.org – You have probably heard of Nepomuk, the semantic desktop technology we've been shipping for a while as part of the KDE Platform. However, so far, you may not have noticed it really doing very much useful for you. So what is this thing called Nepomuk, what can it do for us now and what will it bring us in the future? (Software)

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Development: gnome.org outage: Dec 12, 13view story

http://permalink.gmane.org – Red Hat is currently in the process of consolidating all its community hosted servers to a single hosting facility. As part of that, the gnome.org servers are being moved *this weekend*. You plan on doing something other than working on GNOME this weekend, or find a programming task that doesn't rely on access to GNOME servers. Time ==== Start: Sat, Dec 12 approx. (Software)

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Mad Skills Motocrossview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – Mad Skills Motocross has been released on Archive Games for Linux. The game focuses on “pure, simple fun as players try to complete courses while performing death-defying stunts”. The physics-sporting game features 52 tracks and challenges and a level editor for creating your own tracks. To celebrate its release on Archive Games, it [...] (Software)

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Blood Frontier Beta 2!view story

http://www.linuxgames.com – We received the following press release recently: After many months of development, and massive amounts of input from the public, we are proud to present you with the new release of Blood Frontier, v0.85 (Beta 2). This new version totally redefines and improves the game in many ways, creating a whole new style that makes it [...] (Software)

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Chrome for Linux Beta May Change Browser Habitsview story

http://www.linux.com – Chrome for Linux certainly is different than my ever faithful net-cruising companion, Firefox.  I'll talk about some of the features that I liked and outline things that were an issue for me. (Software)

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Thunderbird 3 Takes Flight with Tabs, Enhanced Searchview story

http://www.linux.com – Mozilla Messaging announced on Tuesday the official release of Thunderbird 3, a major update of the popular open source mail client. The new version brings great improvements, including an impressive new search system and support for tabs in the user interface. (Software)

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GNOME 3: The Future of the Linux Desktop Revealedview story

http://www.linux.com – Top Red Hat GNOME hackers show off the new shell and why it's superior to GNOME 2 (and maybe Chrome OS too). (Software)

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Welp.view story

http://www.linuxgames.com – I’ve neglected LG of late, much to my chagrin. I’m going to be rectifying that over the near-term, but in the meantime… uh, how are you? Respond in the comments! Points of discussion: What are you playing? What are you looking forward to? What game or game-related project are you working on? What game do you wish was on Linux? How [...] (Software)

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Thunderbird 3 Officially Released with New Features, Improved Lookview story

http://www.linux.com – A whopping two years at its second major release, Mozilla's popular desktop email client Thunderbird is now available as the new and improved Thunderbird 3.0, and there's a lot to love in the new Thunderbird. (Software)

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KDE Windows Team Releases Applications from Software Compilation 4.3.4view story

http://dot.kde.org – Following shortly after the release of KDE SC 4.3.4 for Linux and similar platforms, the KDE Windows team is pleased to announce the release of the latest KDE software for the Wi (Software)

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Google Chrome for Linux Browser Now in Beta Releaseview story

http://www.linux.com – For Linux users wondering when they would get a chance to use Google's Chrome browser instead of the open source Chromium version, the wait is over: today the Google team has announced the beta release of Google Chrome for Linux. (Software)