The Great GNU/Linux Division
What's Wrong With the Music Modernization Act
The Demise of Google+ and the Case for FOSS
Gael Duval, Father of User Friendly Linux, on Mandrake and /e/ Phone
The Two Solitudes of GNOME and KDE

Where Open Hardware Is Today

Open source RISC-V processor on a SBC

From the open source RISC-V processor and Open Compute Project server designs to prosthetics and other items made with 3D printers, open source hardware is here to stay. […]

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Writing in Style With LibreOffice

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Making the effort to learn to use the powerful style tools in LibreOffice Writer will save you time in the long run, while freeing you up to concentrate on your writing. […]

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Huawei and Other Mobile ‘Tech Giants’: You Should (Really) Break Free from Google/Android

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The founder of the privacy respecting version of Android, /e/, says the time is right for phone makers to adopt an operating system that isn’t dependent on a single company. […]

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The Two Solitudes of GNOME and KDE

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The debate about whether KDE or GNOME is the better desktop environment for desktop Linux has been going on since before beginning of the 21st century. As with everything else in open source, it’s really all just a matter of choice and what works better for you. […]

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Gael Duval, Father of User Friendly Linux, on Mandrake and /e/ Phone

In this interview, Gail Duval talks about his days at Mandrake, the Linux distro he founded, as well as his current project, /e/, a Googleless phone. […]

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