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Re: Enterprise Sponsors and the Open Source Community: An Uneasy Symbiosis? 2  Runaway1956   2009-02-14 00:13:44 
Re: Top Linuxy Alternatives and Staying True to FOSS 4  psimpson   2009-02-06 04:39:45 
Re: Canonical's $30 Million and Redmond's Gathering Storm 2  dlc   2009-01-31 15:29:19 
Re: ShopSavvy for Android: More Pretty Than Practical 3  jasoncohen   2009-01-27 11:38:03 
Re: Browser Wars, the 'Linux Killer' and the Free Software Ditty 2  commando   2009-01-24 05:33:44 
Re: On Games, Google and Geeks' T-Shirt Sizes 2  cougar99t   2009-01-20 12:45:41 
Re: CardioTrainer: A Great Way to Track the Ground You Cover 2  artemp   2009-01-20 09:07:09 
Re: Linux Elitism: Fact or Fiction? 7  perspectoff   2009-01-20 05:48:13 
Re: The Skinny on Linux for Thin Client Computing 2  pogson   2009-01-20 05:31:18 
Re: A Teacher's Misguided Linux Rant and the Equally Misguided Response 5  Gryyphyn   2009-01-19 12:12:57 
Re: Who's the Greatest Geek of All Time? 4  KevMorris   2009-01-16 15:55:09 
Re: The Making of an Open Source Developer Hero 4  peterpan   2009-01-16 10:24:03 
Re: Sylvania Netbook With Ubuntu: A Good Mix 2  thibauld   2009-01-16 04:02:51 
Re: Linux Netbooks: What's on the Menu? 3  Kithera   2009-01-06 12:48:43 
Re: Freescale Eyes Cheap Linux Netbooks With New Chip Design 3  carlleigh   2009-01-05 19:05:26 
Re: Will Work for Praise: The Web's Free-Labor Economy 3  pogson   2009-01-05 18:15:07 
Re: Crowdsourcing the Creative Process 3  Marsattacks   2009-01-05 08:03:09 
Re: Linuxy New Year's Resolutions 2  pogson   2009-01-05 06:32:23 
Re: Novell Calls Off BrainShare 2009 3  slewisma   2009-01-02 06:54:41 
Re: It's Time to Hack the Economy 4  muthmah   2008-12-30 01:01:12 

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