How to create an open source communityview story

http://www.tuxradar.com – Community. This little nine-letter word is the lifeblood of open source. Barely a day goes by without some aspect of it impacting our lives, be that via Linux, a local book club, your closest group of friends or any one of a million other places. In an age when anyone over 45 seems to have stories about the end of local communities, the open source community is thriving. (IT news)

Open Your World Explores Open Source Principles in Government and Lawview story

http://press.redhat.com – This is the second blog in a three-part series highlighting presentations from Open Your World, an online forum presented by opensource.com. (Distributions)

Lundy paved path for NBN Gungahlin roll-outview story

http://www.itwire.com – The early roll-out of the national broadband network to the northern Canberra suburb of Gungahlin is a victory for community advocacy, and ACT Senator Kate Lundy can rightly claim a large chunk of the credit. (IT news)

Free Video Streaming Offered for Linux Summitview story

http://www.linux.com – The Linux Foundation (LF) has announced it is now accepting registrations for a free, live video streaming program of its Collaboration Summit keynote sessions in San Francisco next Wednesday, April 14. Meanwhile, the non-profit Linux advocacy group has announced several new members, including Rico... (Software)

Would Linux Be Better Off Without the FSF?view story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – Linux fans may be united in their love for FOSS, but when it comes to the Free Software Foundation, opinions tend to diverge dramatically. (General)

Linux – Eminent Choice Or Not?view story

http://i486.net – Linux has been something like monotony nowadays. His fame, he is the talk of the town – various Linux downloads, software, Linux, etc.. . And what is great about this is – all free! However, free programs or software would always come to an end because of the increasing number of users and requirements constantly their advocacy. (General)

Google testing ultra high-speed broadband networks with speed of 1Gbpsview story

http://digitizor.com – Internet search engine giant, Google, has announced that it is planning to build and test ultra high-speed broadband networks in select locations in the USA. Google says that they will be providing fiber-to-home connections with speed of 1 Gigabit per second. The experiment could bring the 1Gbps internet connections to upto half a million users. (HowTos)

LXer: Linux Advocacy: The Right Wayview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: Using Linux in the public on a daily basis has made me realize that there is a right way and a wrong way to promote Linux to those who are unfamiliar with it. What is the right way to promote Linux you ask? Simple: You don't. (HowTos)

News: Linux Advocacy: The Right Wayview story

http://www.raiden.net – I am a full time student, one of the primary uses of my computers thusly is for school work. At any given point I typically have my netbook (which runs Ubuntu) and my phone (which runs Maemo) with me. Having and using these devices in the public on a daily basis has made me realize that there is a r ... (Distributions)