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Re: Version Vexations: Keeping Big Linux Operations on the Same Page 2  mordocai   2011-01-13 11:08:20 
Re: Is Netflix a Friend or Foe to FOSS? 5  bw   2011-01-07 12:43:20 
Re: Who's Keeping Tabs on Tablet Security? 2  samc   2011-01-07 09:11:02 
Re: Why Doesn't Linux Dominate in the Developing World? 6  elliottabroad   2011-01-04 23:53:23 
Re: New EU Software Rules Give FOSS the Inside Track 4  PerG   2011-01-04 07:48:03 
Re: The Next New Year of Linux on the Desktop: 2011? 6  hairyfeet   2011-01-02 17:40:34 
Re: Linuxy Hopes, Dreams and Resolutions for 2011 2  madjr   2010-12-30 07:38:50 
Re: The Big Presentation: The Familiar, the Frustrating and the Flashy 2  madjr   2010-12-29 11:31:04 
Re: Mind-Mapping Apps: Lightweight Labyrinth, Quick-Witted VYM and Simple Semantik 3  awahl   2010-12-20 19:17:41 
Re: Why Richard Stallman Takes No Shine to Chrome 4  bw   2010-12-16 05:36:44 
Re: Primo PM Apps: Planner's Solid, TaskJuggler Scales, KPlato Simplifies 2  IoanLucian   2010-12-15 07:26:57 
Re: Ubuntu's Game-Changing Quest for 'Unity' 6  madjr   2010-12-14 10:10:35 
Re: Has Linux Reached the End of the Line? 8  hairyfeet   2010-12-14 06:01:56 
Re: Oracle: Bull in the FOSS China Shop 3  bw   2010-12-14 05:54:24 
Re: 'Tis the Season for Rolling Releases 8  hairyfeet   2010-12-11 18:48:15 
Re: Is Rubin's 300,000-Androids-a-Day Tweet on Target? 3  kwacka   2010-12-10 10:22:28 
Re: The Open Cloud: There's a Right Way 2  pythondj   2010-12-09 11:45:53 
Re: Corporate IT Needs to Embrace the Spirit of Open Source 2  aoeu   2010-12-05 20:29:14 
Re: 3 Open Source Design Apps: The Pro, the Novice and the Trainee 2  carmean   2010-12-01 21:56:01 
Re: Open Source and the Federal Budget Squeeze, Part 2 2  jrep   2010-11-29 14:31:21 

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