Australian-based BigCommerce, which claims to be the world’s fastest growing SaaS e-commerce platform, is dangling the carrot of a $2 million fund in front of developers around the world to come forward with their integration and application ideas, and have the chance of getting some of that money to fund the development of their pet project.
Red Hat Linux and the Fedora Project developers will soon introduce core technological improvements to provide better desktop environments and video driver support in the upcoming release of both the commercial and the free open source operating systems later this year.
install git-core & subversion git clone svn co www.lyx.org Git is a free & open source, distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Every Git clone is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full revision tracking capabilities, not dependent on network access or [...]
How To Set Up A Feng Office Suite Web Server On Ubuntu Server 10.10
This howto describes how to set up a local intranet web based office
suite server (on Ubuntu 10.10 server) based on Feng Office which used to be OpenGoo. Feng Office
has a range of groupware type products such as word processing, email,
calendar, and presentations.
One of the ways SUSE and its developers contribute to openSUSE is through Hackweek: – a week long sprint permitting developers to work on something entirely of their own design or wishes as long as it is FOSS-related. Started in 2007, it has become a regular part of SUSE’s development.
Have you been considering launching an open source project? Doing so involves a series of decisions that can give you a proper chance at rallying community support, staying on the right side of the law, and building a strong user base. Issues pertaining to licensing, distribution, support options and even branding require thinking ahead if you want your project to flourish.
Voxel Farm is a game framework for sale to developers who want to create cool, photorealistic environments. But the demo, called Procedural World, is a Minecraft clone that I would pay big bucks for if it were available for sale.
Minecraft, you’ll recall, is a 3D sandbox game that uses a very specific and very wonky 8-bit style.