The U.S. government has been urging green IT practices in its operations, consolidating data centers and offering telecommuting. Now it wants to go a step further and use its formidable buying power to encourage IT vendors to go green.
We need more decent green themes. I've been searching the boards and have found nothing but bright, emerald Green Lantern-ish green. What about the pale bugdroid Android green? No fancy fonts, not funky numbers. Just a straight up bugdroid-green theme. Come on, now, people.
Oh, and compatibility with AOKP JB would be awesome.
It's easy to be successful at Green Coffee Optimum. Other Green Coffee Optimum companies have increased their market share in recent months. Perhaps I want to relax and enjoy it. Green Coffee Optimum has a fresh approach. But, they're playing for keeps. I want Green Coffee Optimum to be all inclusive. That is an irresistible temptation.
due to a huge number of big changes in Mandriva 2011 so far, combined with rpm5 migration both in the repositories and inside the build system, we have decided to shift the release dates for Mandriva 2011 by two weeks, to give us a better time period to fit the remaining pieces.
Therefore, the new release calendar for Mandriva 2011 will look like this:
- Mandriva 2011 Alpha: February 14 20
How does the federal government go about implementing green IT? According to a report out today from the Government Accountability Office, the feds have adopted a number of practices that are useful not just for government IT but all manner of private and public company IT groups as well.
Start: 14/08/2011 - 13:22
End: 14/08/2011 - 15:00
On the occasion of our second and final geeknic for 2011 we return to the location of our first geeknic which was the second geeknic ever!!! (if you fancy a blast from the past have a look at http://geeknic.org/?p=1 ).