Out-of-the-box multitouch on Linuxview story

http://i486.net – (General)

Development: GNOME 2.30 release candidate (2.29.92) released!view story

http://permalink.gmane.org – GNOME 2.29.92 Release Candidate ================================ Spring is almost there, as well as GNOME 2.30. And since we want it to be our best release ever, we are happy to give you a release candidate of 2.30 : GNOME 2.29.92. Your mission is easy: Go download it. Go compile it. Go test it. (Software)

AMD Planning Netbook Chip for 2011view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – AMD Planning Netbook Chip for 2011 - InternetNews.com (Distributions)

Red Hat: Inside OLPC: Episode 4view story

http://linuxfilesystem.com – Episode 04 takes us on location in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Where the first batches of xos have been delivered and deployed. Meet the teachers using the laptops in the classroom. Where besides doing daily assignments on the machines, some students have already learned programing. Local culture has permeated the project, and as a veteran school [...] (General)

Web interface in unusable stateview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – After starting using the build web interface, I got the interface completely unusable, it keeps telling me that my 'request is too complex'... Also if I remove some repositories, they remain in the 'Package Flags' list, which confuses the interface.... Anybody got this kind of issues ? (Distributions)

home:ellson:nodebrain - problem with Mandriva buildsview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Can somebody help me with this? home:ellson:nodebrain is building on OpenSuSE, Fedora, RHEL, ... but not on Mandriva. In the failed buildlog I see: copying packages... reordering...unknown keyword in config: <project unknown keyword in config: <title>a unknown keyword in config: <description>nodebrain (Distributions)

BSI to Open Source Scout Frameworkview story

http://www.linux.com – In May, Swiss company Business Systems Integration AG (BSI) will release its Scout business application framework to the open source community. A first look at the Scout project's source code will be available to attendees at this year's EclipseCon... (Software)

Open Clip Art Library 2.0 Release!view story

http://linuxo.com – Worldlabel: "The Open Clip Art Library grew from a project between Jon Phillips (of Fabricatorz) and Bryce Harrington, in early 2004. From humble beginnings, it has evolved into a massive collection of over 24,000 scalable vector images, all created by 1200+ artists from around the world." (General)

rEFIt 0.14 releasedview story

http://mac.linux.be – The rEFIt project has released version 0.14 of rEFIt. This release adds the following new features: read more (Distributions)

GNOME Foundation: GNOME & Project:Possibilityview story

http://blogs.gnome.org – Project:Possiblity just hosted the first ever SS12: Code for a Cause. SS12 is a programming competition where teams of students compete to code open source software for persons with disabilities over the course of a weekend.  Teams of students working with GNOME’s Caribou took first place at UCLA and second place at USC! (Software)