Best 10 Mail Clients For Multi Platformview story

http://www.linuxnov.com – common way to get access to your e-mail and download mail to be able to get access to it later even offline in this post will show 10 mail clients working on many platform and distributions. many of those clients is fully customized with plugins for easier navigations for your mail client and getting more feature. 1. RoundCube (HowTos)

The Evolution of the Book [Infographic]view story

http://en.digitalkamera.com – Bookworms will love this post for sure. This Infographic represents the evolution of book throught the ages. (Distributions)

Backup and restore Evolutionview story

http://linuxo.com – Ghacks: "How many times have you migrated from one Linux box to another, only to say goodbye to your email and knowing you were going to have to set your email client up all over again" (General)

Development: Modulesets Reorganizationview story

http://permalink.gmane.org – Hi all, The release team would like to propose some important changes in the way we organize our modulesets. GNOME releases are currently organized into the following modulesets: Desktop, Platform, Bindings, Mobile, Admin, and Dev Tools. This model has served us well and has actually evolved through time - we didn't have the Admin and Dev Tools modulesets initially. (Software)

Rapid photo downloader - Application for professional and amateur photographersview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – (HowTos)

Commit Digest: Issue 86view story

http://blogs.gnome.org – This week… 2346 commits, in 184 projects, by 266 happy hackers (and 405 were translation commits). (Software)

openSUSE Weekly News #125 is out!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – We are pleased to announce our new openSUSE Weekly News Issue 125. Enjoy it… (Distributions)

Evolution Express (for MeeGo)view story

http://linuxo.com – Stuff Michael Meeks is doing: "Some ramblings about the creation of a new user interface for mail, calendaring etc. specifically for MeeGo; something I've been working on, amongst other things, for the last three months." (General)

Chrome 5 stable, browser exits beta for Mac and Linuxview story

http://mac.linux.be –  Google announced today the official release of Chrome 5 for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. It arrives less than a month after Google made the new version available through its beta channel. (Distributions)

Review: The Linux Experienceview story

http://www.linuxmint.com – Review: On “The Linux Mint Experience”, Chema Martin wrote a long and interesting review of our latest release, Linux Mint 9 Isadora. His review raises very interesting points and gives us the opportunity to discuss some of the aspects related to this release. (Distributions)