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Re: Red Hat's Open Source School of Thought 3  throw-away   2010-02-04 15:53:48 
Re: F-Spot: An Able-Bodied All-in-One Image Machine 4  hairyfeet   2010-02-03 21:34:30 
Re: New Ubuntu OS Features Create Good Karma 3  drupopuppis   2010-02-03 15:39:36 
Re: Google Shows Off a Chrome Tablet With 1,000 Faces 4  ricegf   2010-02-03 05:26:41 
Re: Life After Microsoft: IT Utopia or 'Apocalyptic Tailspin'? 2  Runaway1956   2010-02-01 10:22:01 
Re: What Does It Take to Be a Linux Guru? 2  kwacka   2010-01-31 06:40:55 
Re: Frankencamera Could Herald a New Digital Photography Era 4  DavidBarns   2010-01-28 05:59:35 
Re: Geany's Almost Magical Text-Editing Capabilities 3  DavidBarns   2010-01-27 05:40:09 
Re: Report: Linux Gains Ground, Windows Stumbles 2  dibee37   2010-01-27 00:21:52 
Re: No Country for Linux Newbies? 5  pogson   2010-01-25 16:19:16 
Re: New Year, New Adventures in Software Application Development 4  umuzaffar   2010-01-11 18:10:10 
Re: Another Year, Another Microsoft Job Targeting FOSS 2  apexwm   2010-01-08 12:54:44 
Re: China's Latest Knockoff: Ubuntu in XP Clothing 2  godzero   2009-12-29 06:36:52 
Re: Could Linux Use Some Bells and Whistles? 2  packets   2009-12-26 10:54:03 
Re: A Linuxy Christmas Carol: Visions of FOSS Past, Present and Future 2  Runaway1956   2009-12-21 13:47:41 
Re: Samsung's New Android: It's Fun to Live in the Moment 2  Kagsj   2009-12-18 12:27:35 
Re: AT&T May Offer Acrobatic Android 2  ricegf   2009-12-18 04:43:32 
Re: Chrome for Linux: Good Browsers Come to Those Who Wait 2  Pats71   2009-12-16 07:00:24 
Re: Geek Holiday Guide: Gifts, Stress-Busters and a Fast Track to Jan. 4 2  Valasule   2009-12-14 07:28:54 
Re: The Next Open Source Revolution: The Democratization of BPM 5  patf   2009-12-09 14:52:43 

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