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by Russell Barnes
Ubuntu 12.04 has a number of challenges to overcome before we think it’s ready for the planned LTS release later this month. We continue our irreverent list with a few issues with calendaring in Ubuntu 12.04…

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by Richard Hillesley
In March Rob Weir put up a blog entry entitled “Where did the time go? (A look at the Apache OpenOffice timeline)”, showing the slow progress of Apache OpenOffice through the process of acceptance into the Apache fold. Richard Hillesley looks at the issues…

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by Russell Barnes
Ubuntu 12.04 has a number of challenges to overcome before we think it’s ready for the planned LTS release later this month. We kick off a irreverent list with a few gripes about Unity and the Dash…

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by Rob Zwetsloot
The Linux Foundation is releasing its annual Linux Development report today, with increases in overall activity, paid development, and Microsoft’s involvement detailed

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by Rob Zwetsloot
Linux User & Developer joins other Imagine Publishing titles on Zinio, so you can read digital versions of our mag on both Linux and Android

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by Rob Zwetsloot
Kickstarter backed Ninja Blocks is a tiny, open source interconnected device that allows you to automate tasks based on its environment

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by Rob Zwetsloot
Red Hat thanks the extended Linux community for helping to prove that open source is viable as a business, posting revenue of one billion dollars for the last fiscal year

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by Rob Zwetsloot
GNOME has released the second major update to GNOME 3, GNOME 3.4. Updates include integrated document searching, better web browsing, and better graphics tablet support

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Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
Raspberry Pi will be on sale to consumers from Wednesday morning according to Premier Farnell and element14, who also released an update to the pricing

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by Rob Zwetsloot
Pear OS 4, now known as Comice OS 4, has been released again after issues with the original release. Netbook and beta KDE flavours are also now available

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by Rob Zwetsloot
LibreOffice will not be in the cloud next month, according to The Document Foundation a roadmap for cloud LibreOffice will be published. The LibreOffice Android and iOS ports are slowly on their way

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by Rob Zwetsloot
Commodore USA has released the new AMIGA mini and the VIC mini, two small form factor PCs with a bit of retro styling, but very new and powerful guts

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