Can the ubiquitous compiling tool
Can the ubiquitous compiling tools first release in three years make up for the widely-panned Make 3.82?
OpenLogic have published the results of a report into software licensing.
Gabriel Weinberg suggests imposing a tax on companies that benefit from open source software.
The latest version of GNOME is delayed until March 2011, with a beta release due for this September.
A Release Candidate for the Linux Mint GNU/Linux desktop distribution, is now available. It features a new backup tool for […]
Version 0.9.6.1 of CDlinux is now available. CDlinux is a distribution of GNU/Linux that aims to be a ‘Mobile OS.’ […]
Mike Milinkovich’s tips on licensing open source software.
The Tahoe-LAFS team have released version 1.6 of their Tahoe-LAFS distributed data store. Tahoe-LAFS offers provider-independent security, which means the […]
The GNU project and the GCC team have released version 4.4.3 of the freeware GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), which includes […]