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As you can imagine the lack of activity in MuyLinux, we mini-vacations of Holy Week, that I jump to at least bring you the usual and PING every Saturday . Plus, it comes much more loaded than usual (so nobody complains .
GNOME LiveCD 3.4 in
: I recently came GNOME 3.4, and GNOME.org already prepared disk images for those who want to take a look at the new version of the desktop.
Red Hat gives a ‘billion’ of thanks and donates $ 100,000 : After optimal financial results, Red Hat and behaves the same company CEO Jim Whitehurst said in OpenSource. com this important gift to be shared among Creative Commons, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Software Freedom Law Center and UNICEF Innovation Labs
OpenStack Hidden History : If anyone was in doubt last week what OpenStack and why it matters, in Wired takes a look pretty intense but very interesting.
ownCloud, Inc. launches offer for SMEs : This brilliant software for cloud computing is already offering for small and medium enterprises. All MuyComputerPRO details.
Kubuntu could accept external sponsors : As we all know, Canonical will stop financially sponsoring Kubuntu release from coming, so turn sought chestnuts, which they say. More information at Phoronix.
VLC wants to read protected Blu-Ray : To do (is not supposed to Blu-Ray was a standard?) as saying in Le Monde, VideoLAN project representatives have attended the French authorities, the same as those applying Hadopi. See what they say.
“We’re number one where it matters” : These are the words of Jim Zemlin, Linux Foundation president, picked up by The Register, in an article that reviews all the successes of Linux (the desktop is not talk a lot).
Android now available : Well, not if someone will be interested, or if anyone still not heard (unlikely), but just in case you have the information in MuyComputer .
CryEngine 3 for Linux : Referring again to Phoronix, there seems to be a Linux port of this powerful graphics engine that uses OpenGL, although in practice not be of much .
Mark Shuttleworth defends
contributions Ubuntu : The usual, only this time it Shuttleworth has come to defend their project contributions to the free software community, as told in ZDNet.
GIMP 2.8 RC1
: As you read it (in GIMP Users). It seems that this time, really has little to developers of this free software application icon to launch the new version. Currently only available source code. Wikipedia
OpenStreetMap is passed in its ‘apps’ mobile : And it was about time, right? You can expand the information in MuyComputer. SMPlayer 0.8.0
: After nearly two years without news, the developer of SMPlayer has returned to rock it to your project, and in recent months have fallen off three new versions. In the last but also of the above give a good account in Gespadas, including downloads.
Mageia 2 release postponed : the distribution developers need more time to fix some major errors, therefore, as told in The H Open, will be a third beta, and the end date is delayed.
official Ubuntu 4.12 and Fedora 16 : If you want to make you with them, you just have to go through OMG! Ubuntu! Blog and KDE respectively, the links await you there.
PING this week? No, is a video that surely you have seen almost all already, but otherwise you should not miss anyone . I published a couple of days our fellow MuyComputerPRO and for some strange reason, we missed us. How do you build Linux
Now, red bunting, this PING is over . Fare ye well, back on Tuesday
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