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Links 1 through 10 of 220 by Dave Shields tagged linux

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"I love git. I’ll state that up front. I also love github, which I’ve expressed in the past. Both are making me look at software in a new way. I also think the pair of them are changing some of the rules we know for how open source projects emerge and move forward." Anything by Sean on software is worth a read.

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"Microsoft Windows remains the dominant desktop operating system with approximately 90% of the client operating system market. If Microsoft's monopoly is ever going to be challenged by Linux, there has to be an easy way for Windows' users to be able to learn about this rival operating system. However, it would be naive to think that a Windows user is going to wipe their Windows partition, write off their years of Windows computing knowledge and install Linux just to see if it has more to offer."

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Gnome, KDE, Xfce. It doesn't matter any more which WIndow Manager (WM) you use. All you need is a command line via xterm and firefox. Use tabs, not windows. Since you can't even see what WM is running underneath FF, why should you care which one it is. It doesn't matter. It really doesn't

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What could you do with Windows in 10MB. Display the EULA?

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Wrong,wrong,wrong. Liinux HAS reached critical mass. It's just that most folks don't know it, though they will, eventually

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Many open-source developers now use Apple. I never will. I'll always use Ubuntu. The next milestone in the history of linux will come -- and it WILL come - when Ubuntu overtakes Apple in market share

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Another insightful post on the difficulties of building a community and open-source governance by LWN's Jon Corbet.

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