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Re: Microsoft Contributes to Samba, World Keeps Spinning 6  hairyfeet   2011-11-12 11:57:45 
Re: Discordant Notes Surround IBM's Symphony Move 4  Paul-T   2011-11-12 08:49:42 
Re: Ubuntu's Maverick Mobile Move 3  hairyfeet   2011-11-10 18:27:58 
Re: One More Time: Is It Really 'Game Over' for Linux? 28  fluxboxxy   2011-11-07 18:17:24 
Re: Ubuntu Upgrade a Mixed Bag At Best 4  madjr   2011-11-07 10:14:09 
Re: Android's Biggest Fan Is Microsoft, of Course 8  hairyfeet   2011-11-03 22:52:47 
Re: What Open Source Can Learn From Steve Jobs, Part 2 12  WorBlux   2011-11-03 20:44:32 
Re: Cheese Goes Great With Webcam Hams 2  WorBlux   2011-11-03 14:47:57 
Re: Ubuntu Linux to Hit Tablets, Phones, TVs in the Nick of Time? 2  rsdavis9   2011-11-02 09:02:13 
Re: Ice Cream Sandwich Can't Take iPhone Spotlight's Heat 2  D_Packenwood   2011-10-31 07:22:54 
Re: How Sweet Is Ice Cream Sandwich? 3  ricegf   2011-10-30 13:19:47 
Re: What Open Source Can Learn From Steve Jobs, Part 1 8  hairyfeet   2011-10-30 00:06:32 
Re: Stallman on Steve Jobs: Tasteless or Incisive? 6  WorBlux   2011-10-22 17:06:03 
Re: PhotoRec Heroically Rescues Deleted Files 2  adaviel   2011-10-19 09:25:19 
Re: How Linuxy Is Android? 2  cjcox   2011-10-18 11:07:36 
Re: Open Source for Business: Now More Than Ever, Part 1 2  charlottejamesson   2011-10-17 06:04:11 
Re: A FOSS Success Story: LibreOffice Turns 1 2  hairyfeet   2011-10-14 19:44:01 
Re: Do Volunteer Programmers Produce Better Code? 2  hairyfeet   2011-10-14 19:37:10 
Re: Enterprise Security System Puts Android Under Lock and Key 2  Runaway1956   2011-10-12 18:50:57 
Re: Tizen Could Be a Giant Step Back for Mobile Linux 2  savs   2011-10-11 05:23:01 

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