Posts Tagged ‘gnu/linux’

Videos from DebConf08

August 28, 2008

Debian Conference is the annual Debian developers meeting, an event filled with coding parties, discussions and workshops – all of them highly technical in nature. It will be held in Mar del Plata, Argentina, from August 10th to August 16th, 2008.

Previous Debian Conferences have featured speakers from around the world. They have also been extremely beneficial for developing key Debian software components, including the new Debian Installer, and for improving Debian’s internationalization.

Videos about this event can be found through an RSS feed providing you with ogg video files.


What Linux Will Look Like In 2012

August 14, 2008

The difference between the Linux of four years ago and the Linux of today is striking enough — not just in its diversity, but in the way it’s consolidating its strengths as a server platform, an OS for portable devices and emerging hardware markets — and as a way to make the most out of whatever else we see in the next four years, too.

This is the conclusion of Serdar Yegulalp predicting the state of GNU/Linux in 4 years on


KDE 4.1 review

July 30, 2008

The initial doubts and skepticism I experienced when using 4.0 are completely gone. This is, frankly, what 4.0 should have been. The question now is whether users who were burned by the inadequacies of the 4.0 release will give KDE 4 a second chance.

Ars Technica reviews KDE 4.1. Short but informative.


KDE 4 Progress

June 10, 2008 has an article with lots of screenshots about the progress KDE4 is making.

The article reviews

  • Desktop
  • Oxygen
  • Plasma
  • Akonadi
  • Marble
  • GwenView
  • Kubrick
  • KRunner


Linux Foundation Summit Videos

May 31, 2008

There are a lot of videos available from this years Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit.

The videos are more focused on the development tactics and the strategies of vendors to promote gnu/linux.
But nevertheless interesting.

Just two examples

But there are a lot of more videos..


Ubuntu installer for Windows

April 9, 2008

Wubi is a Ubuntu installer for Windows users that will bring you into the Linux world with a single click. Wubi allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu as any other application. If you heard about Linux and Ubuntu, if you wanted to try them but you were afraid, Wubi is for you.

Check it out and enjoy testing gnu/linux without risking anything!

wubi installer

More screenshots are available.