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Survey: 94 Percent of Linux Users Love Google, Ignore Bingview story

http://linux.com – Linux users are known for being a somewhat finicky lot. Despite broader application support for Windows and a better user experience in Mac OS X, Linux 'desktop' users swear by the open-source operating system (and sometimes swear at its competitors)... (Software)

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Pioneering Start-Ups Offer Choices Rivaling Google Docsview story

http://linux.com – Better-known offerings like Google Docs and Zoho Writer are now spurring intense innovation among competing start-ups in the realm of Web-driven word processing environments for Linux and other OS. (Software)

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Documentation Team: Mallard Review Meeting this Sunday, Aug 23rdview story

http://blogs.gnome.org – Shaun McCance has announced a Mallard review meeting for this Sunday at 17:00 UTC. http://live.gnome.org/DocumentationProject/Meeting20090823 Please read the current specification here: (Software)

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Linux Kernel Development Speeds Upview story

http://linux.com – New Linux Foundation report finds that the pace of new code in the open source operating system is growing faster. (Software)

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Fixing Linuxview story

http://linux.com – An ancient problem in the gcc compiler has lead to a security hole in essentially every modern version of Linux. But, the fixes are already out. Here's what you need to know. read more... (Software)

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A Proposal for Unifying Java Modularisationview story

http://linux.com – A new proposal for Java modularisation could be the starting point for reaching a consensus on this currently controversial issue... (Software)

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PySide--LGPL Python Bindings for Qtview story

http://linux.com – Pyside is a new API for Python programmers who want to use Nokia's Qt framework and it's LGPL licensed and Nokia funded. (Software)

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Rails vs. Grails vs. Helma: The JVM Web Framework Smackdown, Part 2view story

http://linux.com – Having covered JRuby on Rails in part 1, we now turn our attention to Grails and Helma. (Software)

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Updated Study Reveals More Developers Working on Linux Kernelview story

http://linux.com – After 16 months, The Linux Foundation has published an update to its April 2008 study on Linux kernel development. The new report, written by original authors and kernel developers Jonathan Corbet and Greg Kroah-Hartman, and the Linux Foundation’s Amanda McPherson, reveals that a net of 2.7 million additional lines of code have been added to the Linux kernel in those 16 months. (Software)

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Out of Pocketview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – Updates have been scarce lately, as I’m moving across the continental US in the next week. Regardless, if there’s a news item you want mentioned, please let us know and we’ll get it posted ASAP. I managed to hit QuakeCon briefly this weekend; I didn’t see RAGE myself but I heard very positive impressions. Also, QuakeLive [...] (Software)

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PySide Brings LGPL Qt to Pythonview story

http://dot.kde.org – The PySide team is pleased to announce the first public release of PySide: Python for Qt. PySide is a project providing an LGPL'd set of Python bindings for the Qt framework. (Software)

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Clutter: PyClutter newsview story

http://www.clutter-project.org – hi everyone; two weeks ago PyClutter 0.9.2 was released. it was a more low key release than I wanted, so I’ll try to make up for it. (Software)