As you have seen, we are in the process of “take the game to another party” so that the PING would run out of the Humble Bundle weekend. Although the priority in any PING is the hodgepodge of links, that will not change. In case you dudabais, attention to Mogollon:
Our fellow MuyComputer introduce us Tizen cropped version that promises to run on smartphones with 256 MB of RAM.
Samsung NX300M. And more Tizen, also MuyComputer. The first device to load with this operating system is a digital camera. Are you serious Samsung with Tizen?
Scientific Linux 5.10.
New version of this popular clone of RHEL. Would you mind changing novelty by stability and support? This disto is a good choice. But watch out for the launch announcement, that impresses. Rekonq
And new browser version of KDE Light, the first this year without sponsorship from Blue Systems. The update comes with a few changes, so is most interesting about the short-term future raises its main developer on his blog. Gnote
version application development GNOME note taking which among other things introduced a plugin to do lists. Mola, although until GNOME 3.12 will not be with all of the law. More information on Softpedia.
Plasma A little over two.
KDE developer Sebastian Kügler continues to offer details of his work with Plasma 2 and the truth is that it all looks good. Warning: news for ‘kdeeros’ drinkers.
castling Valve with Steam Controller.
That’s right: Valve will not allow third parties to manufacture their Steam Controller, at least initially. All details in MuyComputer.
maintenance update of this distribution based entirely on Debian 7 and focused on giving away with the best possible KDE out of the box
. Are you interested? Here the official announcement, here the download.
EFF responds to Mark Shuttleworth.
New and last? chapter of the alleged incident involving Canonical censorship. In an open letter, the Electronic Frontier Foundation founder responds Canonical following wrong with certain things.
Debian and SUSE are the good guys?
The truth is that I’m afraid to answer the rhetorical question on which our competing Eduardo Median reflects on his personal blog, Trolls and Open Source (what a name, huh? She comes in handy xD), though I agree with many of the things he says.
leaves SourceForge. It is the first free software project that you do, and unless SourceForge makers take action, not the last, as have our fellow MuyComputer.
Ubuntu 13.10: A very good version. Not me, but the author of LSDH a fairly comprehensive analysis of recommended reading for anti-Ubuntu.
Apache OpenOffice vs LibreOffice. In Datamation published a comparison between the two office suites of Open Source. How will the thing? Contest
wallpapers for Xubuntu 14.04. The next LTS Xubuntu wants to stand for something that was not highlighted so far, have a good selection of wallpapers, and for that they ask for help to the community. All details in the official announcement.
Watson, the new cloud development platform from IBM. And finally, the pretty girl, the blue giant supercomputer, which as we have in MuyCloud, will serve to do more than play “Trivial”.
After a long list of links, puts the icing on the video below, where you can see the desktop-based experimental QT5, Hawaii, running natively on Wayland . At the very least, curious. Via Phoronix.
Good weekend to everyone s