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by Jon Masters
This month Jon Masters takes a break from looking at the very latest developments in the Linux kernel community, to bring two New Year special editions of his column. We start with a look back at 2011 with a look into the future to follow…

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by Richard Hillesley
Changes to the behaviour of interfaces don’t always go down well, but are sometimes a good thing, says Richard Hillesley

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by Jos Poortvliet
openSUSE community manager Jos discusses the paradigm shift in UIs brought on my the mobile computing revolution…

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by Russell Barnes
openSUSE 12.1 offers a wide range of new features and additions – here’s a quick run-down of some of the biggest and best before our full review due tomorrow…

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by Simon Brew
Want to watch a Blu-ray on your PC? That’ll be £50 please. Simon, for one, is fed up of this game. Join him as he looks at one of the many wheezes the proprietary software and hardware industry are still trying to pull…

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by Richard Hillesley
If necessity is the mother of invention, patents are its delinquent offspring, providing stumbling blocks to innovation and progress, inhibiting the free exchange of ideas, and restricting our knowledge of how things work, says Richard Hillesley…

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by Jos Poortvliet
openSUSE community manager, Jos Poortvliet, shares his thoughts on the recent creation of Tizen and offers a new home for the MeeGo project…

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by Jon Masters
As is the case every month, Jon Masters looks at the latest developments in the Linux kernel community, including work on new architecture and ABI support, not to mention Kernel.org disruptions…

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by Rory MacDonald
Support Debian gurus Raphael Hrtzof and Roland Mas in their mission to translate the seminal “Cahiers de l’Admin Debian Squeeze” and earn yourself dinner with the authors…

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by Richard Hillesley
Software patents are a racket for the protection of incumbent cartels and monopolies against innovation and competition, says Richard Hillesley

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by Rory MacDonald
IKS Project Offers Development Funds to Realise the Next Generation of Semantically-Enriched End-User Experiences for the Web…

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by Richard Hillesley
Because Linux is free software and belongs to no-one, it is often assumed that Linux is “surrounded by legal uncertainties,” but Linux is no more or less prone to legal uncertainties than any other software. Richard Hillesley looks at the latest attempt to cast fear, uncertainty and doubt around the GPL and the Linux kernel…

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