Ubuntu Global Jam is coming and Ubuntu Ireland will again be part of it.view story

http://www.ubuntu-ie.org – Ubuntu Global Jam is a great event for many reasons. It is both social and fun with many face to face meetups around the globe where people work and play on an extraordinarily wide variety of ubuntu related topics. (Distributions)

Why Do Microsoft Employees Serve Microsoft Even After Leaving? It’s Part of the Contract.view story

http://techrights.org – Summary: Microsoft moles (or “Micromoles”) can finally be explained more properly, using hard evidence which is a typical Microsoft employment contract IN LIGHT of Microsoft’s lawsuit against its own manager (Miszewski) [1, 2, 3, 4] we get a rare chance to look at Microsoft employment contracts: itting in court this week for a hearing in Microsoft’s lawsuit against a fo (General)

I need some suggestions, opinions, recommendations from the experts.view story

https://www.centos.org – Maybe you could intern at the place your cousin is. Trial by fire is one way to learn... Trying to setup your own server is a great waySadly for you, there is still a LOT of good info t... [by pjwelsh] (Distributions)

TechBytes Episode 24: Android, Microsoft’s President Departure, and Privacyview story

http://techrights.org – Direct download as Ogg (1:51:18, 43.3 MB) | Direct download as MP3 (51.0 MB) Summary: Tim, Gordon, and Roy struggle with coughs and connection difficulties and yet manage to produce another episode filled with news and discussion TODAY’S show covers many topics including the new Linux release, Android, Microsoft’s latest departures and failures, and of course Wikileaks. (General)

Education Scandal Leaves Melinda Gates Out of the Washington Postview story

http://techrights.org – Copyright by World Economic Forum, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license Summary: The board of the Washington Post drops Melinda Gates “shortly after the release of a highly critical report, funded partly by her foundation, which likened for-profit colleges to subprime-mortgage lenders, targeting low-income and traditionally underrepresented stude (General)

What to do for CentOS?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello, I have recently installed Ubuntu 10.10 Server edition and I have decided that I would like to install CentOS and give that a try. I was wondering if there were an guides to setting up a LAMP server without ISPConfig for CentOS? I have found this guide on here; http://www.howtoforge.com/centos-5.1...-ftp-ispconfig. This is what I am planning on doing with my server. (HowTos)

LXer: Switching to Linux (For the Right Reasons)view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: Why are you using Linux on your desktop? Before answering this question, consider the advantages and disadvantages and then come back full circle to your own motivation for using Linux. Nearly every week, I find my news feeds filled with the usual generic articles describing rather vanilla reasons for using Linux on the desktop. Why do I have a problem with this? (HowTos)

Change Happens (Consensus Regarding Mono)view story

http://techrights.org – Summary: How the perception around Mono in GNU/Linux has changed despite bullying and because of persistence with the truth REAL change is hard to bring about. When companies pour millions into marketing, it is usually them who get to determine public perception, which is a multi-trillion-dollar business. (General)

TechBytes Episode 22: Freedom Debate and Picks of the Yearview story

http://techrights.org – Direct download as Ogg (1:46:40, 32.0 MB) | Direct download as MP3 (48.8 MB) Summary: Tim, Gordon, and Roy speak about games and make their picks of the year (for 2010) TODAY’S show covers what was missed since last week’s show and OpenBytes has published the show notes with most of the topics and some corresponding links. We hope you will join us for future shows and consider subs (General)

2010's Biggest Linux Thingview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – Well another year is drawing to a close, and that means it's time to begin taking stock of all that has passed in 2010. It was an eventful year for those of us in the Linux community, that's for sure -- so eventful, in fact, that it's almost difficult to remember all the many significant things that happened. Fortunately, the team at TuxRadar have been on hand to help. (General)