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by Simon Brew
We’re celebrating the impending release of issue 100 this week. Kicking off the celebration is previous Linux User editor, Simon Brew who says we shouldn’t be afraid of opening our wallet for open source, but we should fight hammer and tongs to ensure freedom is kept at its core…

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by Jos Poortvliet
This month openSUSE community manager Jos Poortvliet looks back at the launch of openSUSE 11.4, reveals some amazing launch numbers and more besides…

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by Simon Brew
Why do we make things difficult for ourselves when promoting alternative software and services, wonders Simon Brew…

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by Richard Hillesley
The necessity for open and unencumbered standards is an unending issue for open and closed software. Richard Hillesley looks at the reasons why open standards are always a good idea…

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by Richard Hillesley
The launch of Debian 6.0 Squeeze may mark the end of Debian’s unpredictable release schedule, but it’s still the domain of FOSS purists, says Linux User & Develop columnist, Richard Hillesley…

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by Simon Brew
Has the moment passed already for Google Chrome OS? Linux User columnist Simon Brew examines the evidence…

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by Simon Brew
Linux User columnist Simon Brew has a confession to make. He has a Windows 7 installation for two reasons, but only because Linux can’t play the same game…

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by Jos Poortvliet
openSUSE community manager, Jos Poortvliet, talks about the latest in openSUSE projects and developments since the successful openSUSE Conference last October…

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by Simon Brew
Is there any other consumer electronic device bar a computer, phone or handheld where we actually care what software is running inside?

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by Simon Brew
Simon Brew wonders if there are 20 billion reasons why the spirit of open source is being distorted…

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by Simon Brew
Simon Brew ponders one of the finest television programmes in recent memory, and wonders if its advocates share parallels with some in the open source community…

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by Simon Brew
Open a Terminal. Three words that are enough to send Windows users scurrying back to Microsoftland. But why, wonders Linux User & Developer’s Simon Brew?

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