100% open source
It must NOT recommend any closed/shared source software
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Desktop environment name
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Why you should use it
How to get/install (without adding ppas/repos with non-free software and/or installing non-free software or metapackages that need non-free software or softwa-re that needs non-free
Hi, I'm wondering what is the best way to sift through a source code hierarchy?
I have little programming experience at all, except for a little Pascal, TurboC and some scripting. I do know Vi basics and would be willing to expand my knowledge of that, but I don't know what my options are.
Does motivation matter? Open source contributors are increasingly people who are paid to work on open source. GNOME contributor Lucas Rocha asks how this impacts communities over the long term. This is not a new question by any stretch.
Fedora 20 delivers a sleek new software manager for the Gnome Shell that is perfectly user-friendly. This new software manager also takes advantage of the header bars introduced with Gnome 3.10. I have taken an extensive look at the re-designed Gnome Software Manager, and now its time to show off the goods.
Earlier this week we told you that the white Droid Ultra would likely be coming to Verizon very soon to join the previously leaked white Droid Mini. Now we’re here to tell you that starting today, you can get your hands on these new colors.
HTC’s DROID DNA has earned tons of praise from the Android community, but it’s certainly apparent that all the hardcore tinkerers out there have been itching to get down and dirty into the real guts of the device— and HTC has delivered by releasing the open source code and binaries to the masses.
Droid Life is reporting that a new software soak test is imminent for the Droid 4, which is assumed to be an ICS test build.
It looks like notifications will be sent out via the Motorola Feedback Network, so make sure you opt-in to be among the first to receive the update.
We’ll let you know when we find out exactly what’s in the update.
source: Droid Life