Like a couple others here, I don't see an introductions thread. I've written about GNU/Linux & libre software in general since about 2004, and have been on a bit of a hiatus over the pas... [by dcparris]
on 12/23/2011 – Made popular on 12/23/2011
oi_oi_oi: Firstly, let me welcome you to CrunchBang forums and trust that you will enjoy using this great distro. If you would like to post in the "Introductions" section it will be great to hear a bit more about who you are and how you got here!Regarding free software, I hope you realize that, apart from the kernel itself, CrunchBang uses considerable non-free software aroun
Geoffray Levasseur attended RMLL (Rencontres Mondiales du Logiciel Libre/Libre Software Meetings) in Strasbourg, France on behalf of KDE, and gathered some useful feedback on our efforts and the views of Linux users in general.
The Free Software Foundation Latin America has sent out an announcement for its 2.6.33-libre kernel distribution. "Linux hasn't been Free Software since 1996, when Mr Torvalds accepted the first pieces of non-Free Software in the distributions of Linux he has published since 1991. Over thes...
As open source software continues to proliferate in businesses and large enterprises, it gets ever harder to track exactly which components are being used and whether they're being used in compliance with licenses. This is no small issue.