Linux Pro Magazine: "The activity I like the most is fixing bugs. It's one of the great things of open source and the one that I enjoy the most: by having the code available, I'm able to fix a program and make it do what I want without having to go through the original developer."
If you are fresh out of uni with a degree in IT or even currently studying, it is the best time to become a free software or open source developer (F/OS) and gain Linux experience. In this article we will talk about what is a free software and open source software and what are the benefits of becoming a F/OS developer.
Brian Manderville, the developer of the Descent|OS Linux operating system announced recently on his blog that the upcoming release of his distribution will no longer be based on Debian or anything else. Descent|OS 5 will be an independent release, with no attachment to the Ubuntu or Debian bases.
This is the first post in this blog, to get things going. I will try to post as often as i can. I mainly post at my external blog but i will try to post the same things here so that linux.com users can follow my writings here instead of at my blog.