Links 16/10/2010: GNU/Linux at Alcatel-Lucent, Android 4.0 Rumoursview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux Alcatel-Lucent taps Linux for 10G enterprise switch Alcatel-Lucent has switched from VxWorks to Linux for a new “intelligent” 10-gigabit Ethernet enterprise switch. (General)

Brazil Butt Lift Workout Dvds Take The Fitness Worview story

http://nixcraft.com – Find health tips under topic Brazil Butt Lift Workout Dvds Take The Fitness World By StormBooties have been inspiring everything from workout routines to clothing to entertainment for years. Aerobics instructor Greg Smithey's Buns of Steel has beenLeandro Carvalho developed a hot new Brazil Butt Lift work out that's taking the country by storm. (HowTos)

Translations: The User Guideview story

http://www.linuxmint.com – The Linux Mint 9 User Guide is now available in the following languages: English French Chinese Previous versions of the guide are also available in the following languages: Italian ( version 8 ) Bengali ( version 8 ) Portuguese/Brazil ( version 7 ) German ( version 6 ) Russian ( version 5 ) Greek ( version 5 ) Catalan ( version 5 ) Swedish ( version 4 ) Many thanks to all the people involved (Distributions)

Newb need help.view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Grettings from Brazil, well, I`m now officially an crunchbang proudly owner for about 6 hours now. I must admit that I`m loving it. I`m relatively new to linux, I`ve been trying on both my D510MO and my dell mini 10. So let`s go to the questions: (HowTos)

How old are you? Where are you from?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Just figured it would be cool to know what's the age from most #! users. And where Crunch gots more attention XDI'm guessing the majority is around 25-30 years, on US or UK dont know yet.Starting by me:AGE: 19 FROM: Brazil (HowTos)

Brazil's copyright law forbids using DRM to block fair useview story

http://linuxo.com – BoingBoing: "A UN treaty called the WIPO Copyright Treaty requires countries to pass laws protecting "software locks" (also called DRM or TPM). Countries around the world have adopted the treaty in different ways: in the US, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act prohibits all circumvention of software locks..." (General)

How about a legal penalty for hindering fair use?view story

http://linuxo.com – ars Technica: "Brazil has proposed a broad update to its copyright law (Portuguese) and it contains a surprising idea: penalize anyone who "hinders or impedes" fair use rights or obstructs the use of work that has already fallen into the public domain." (General)

Reader's Report and Leak: �Microsoft is Pulling an EDGI on Brazil.�view story

http://linuxo.com – Tech Rights: "Summary: An anonymous Techrights member from Brazil says that EDGI-like programmes are being used to suppress Brazil's adoption of GNU/Linux; evidence is leaked" (General)

Monthly Stats – June 2010view story

http://www.linuxmint.com – Donations & Sponsorships: Many thanks to the following donors and sponsors for financially supporting Linux Mint: Donors: (Distributions)

Brazil blame Portugal for drawview story

http://www.chaaps.com – (General)