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First look at CDlinux 0.9.6view story

http://linuxo.com – Distrowatch: "CDlinux If you've ever looked at the project website for CDlinux, you might not have noticed anything particularly eye-catching. It's a small project with a small, simple site. And it's not a project which attracts a lot of attention. However, the open source community is full of hidden gems and CDlinux is one of them." (General)

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CodePlex Users get Application Analytics Dataview story

http://linuxo.com – Port 25: "The latest update to CodePlex, Microsoft's Open Source software project hosting repository, brings integration with PreEmptive Solutions' Runtime Intelligence Service, which lets users instrument their applications to get analytics on their runtime usage." (General)

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Open Letter To LGPview story

http://lgn.linux-hardcore.com – (Distributions)

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Crossover Gamesview story

http://www.wine-reviews.net – I own an Imac so that means my gaming choices are limited.  Since Apple has switched to Intel chips, it is possible for most games to be ported via a wrapper program that mimics a Windows environment.  Yes, of course if gaming is that important to a computer user they could use the Bootcamp program and then load in Windows. (Software)

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Axia Netmedia teams with Voda NZ for NZ's $1.5b NBNview story

http://www.itwire.com – Vodafone New Zealand had teamed up with Canadian FTTH specialist, Axia Netmedia - one of the bidders for Australia's cancelled NBN Mark 1 project - to bid for the New Zealand Government's $NZ1.5b ultra-fast broadband network project. (IT news)

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Axia Netmedia teams with Voda NZ for NZ's $1.5b NBNview story

http://www.itwire.com – Vodafone New Zealand had teamed up with Canadian FTTH specialist, Axia Netmedia - one of the bidders for Australia's cancelled NBN Mark 1 project - to bid for the New Zealand Government's $NZ1.5b ultra-fast broadband network project. (IT news)

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Wine 1.2 Release plansview story

http://linuxo.com – Wine 1.2 release plans were sent to the wine-devel mailing list from Alexandre Julliard the Wine project leader. Here is the release plans and Alexandres email to wine-devel. (General)

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Fedora, Mozilla, and trademarksview story

http://linuxo.com – LWN.net: "Trademarks and free software can make a volatile mix. It is understandable that a project would want to ensure that code shipping under its name is "the real McCoy", but modifying the source and distributing the result is a hallmark of free software." (General)

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Wine 1.2 Release plansview story

http://wine-reviews.net – Wine 1.2 release plans were sent to the wine-devel mailing list from Alexandre Julliard the Wine project leader. Here is the release plans and Alexandres email to wine-devel. Folks, The 64-bit support is now more or less complete, and we have most of the fancy new icons, so it's time to think about the next stable release. (Software)

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The NBN is a risky technology punt: Hockeyview story

http://www.itwire.com – Shadow treasurer Joe Hockey has confirmed the Coalition will halt the $43 billion National Broadband Network project in its tracks if it is elected later this year, saying Kevin Rudd is risking massive expenditure on a "technology punt." (IT news)