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[#] Sun Sep 24 2017 05:03:41 EDT from rss

Subject: Best Self-Hosted CRM Apps

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Customer relationship management or simply CRM is a term or specifically an approach to managing and analyzing the interaction of your current customers and leads.

[#] Sun Sep 24 2017 06:52:28 EDT from rss

Subject: Top 5: Emacs and Vim alternatives, Linux cluster admin tips, and more

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In this week's top 5, we take a look at Emacs and Vim alternatives, Linux cluster admin tips, and more.

[#] Sun Sep 24 2017 08:42:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Manifold Makes Managing Cloud Developer Services Easy

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We love it here when superheroes drop their cloak of invisibility, emerge fromstealth mode and reveal themselves to the world. Of course we do[he]mdash[/he]it'sthe geek in us! Manifold has just done exactly that, emerged from stealth modeand is claiming to be the easiest way to find, buy and manage essentialdeveloper services.

[#] Sun Sep 24 2017 10:35:01 EDT from rss

Subject: 2 awesome open source apps to share your terminal over the web

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Want to share your terminal over the web for demo, learning or collaboration purpose? Try these two applications to share your terminal as a web application.

[#] Sun Sep 24 2017 12:27:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Take a trip through music history with the Great 78 Project

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A few weeks ago, a friend sent me a link to the Great 78 Project, "a community project for the preservation, research, and discovery of 78 rpm records." The project is supported by the Internet Archive, George Blood, and the read more

[#] Sun Sep 24 2017 14:31:57 EDT from rss

Subject: 10 Best Free Photo Editors For Linux

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Linux has come a long way in terms of the applications that are available for the platform. Whatever your specific needs are, you can be sure that there are at least a few applications available for you to use. Today, we'll look at 10 free photo editors for Linux, and I must say, there are a lot of image editing tools available. This post selects just 10 of these awesome tools and talks about them briefly looking at what makes them stand out. In no particular order, let's get started.

[#] Sun Sep 24 2017 16:52:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Source Summit in Los Angeles: Day 1 in 5 Minutes

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Open Source Summit North America in Los Angeles was packed with keynotes, technical sessions, and special presentations, including a conversation with Linux creator Linus Torvalds. In case you couldn't make it,'s Gregg Pollack has put together some short videos recapping highlights of the event.  Here's Day 1 in 5 minutes!

[#] Sun Sep 24 2017 19:13:39 EDT from rss

Subject: How 10,000 people helped us rediscover our purpose

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One of the greatest challenges an organization faces as it grows is sustaining, evolving, and scaling the unique set of values and behaviors that differentiate its culture. In my previous column, I shared some research that we've done at Red Hat to tackle this challenge. Today, I'll share an update on our culture project: "Rediscovering Red Hat's Why," which we launched in March.

[#] Sun Sep 24 2017 21:48:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Korora 26 'Bloat' Fedora-based Linux distro available for download -- now 64-bit only

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Fedora is my favorite Linux distribution, but I don't always use it. Sometimes I opt for an operating system that is based on it depending on my needs at the moment. Called "Korora," it adds tweaks, repositories, codecs, and packages that aren't found in the normal Fedora operating system. As a result, Korora deviates from Red Hat's strict FOSS focus -- one of the most endearing things about Fedora. While you can add all of these things to Fedora manually, Korora can save you time by doing the work for you.

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 00:23:19 EDT from rss

Subject: Open source-based business lessons from a seasoned CEO

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Evan Powell is a serial entrepreneur and served as founding CEO of three companies: Clarus Systems, Nexenta Systems, and StackStorm. Currently the CEO and chairman of Cloudbyte, Powell is also an advisor and investor in a number of startups, including Cloudian, Keewi, TextIQ, Journey Software, and others.

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 02:44:31 EDT from rss

Subject: Keeping up with advances in open source database administration

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The world of open source databases is rapidly evolving. It seems like every day brings a new release of an open source technology that might make a database administrator[he]#039[/he]s life easier, if only he or she knew about it.

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 05:21:16 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install and Use Kliqqi on Ubuntu to Create Your Own Social Community

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Kliqqi is a content management system that allows you to create your own social networks. This article will show you how to install Kliqqi on Ubuntu.

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 06:40:42 EDT from rss

Subject: Microsoft

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Microsoft has been hitting the headlines lately with its enthusiasm for Linux – but Open Source's messiah Richard Stallman is less than impressed.

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 08:14:33 EDT from rss

Subject: Packet radio lives on through open source software

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Packet radio is an amateur radio technology from the early 1980s that sends data between computers. Linux has natively supported the packet radio protocol, more formally known as AX.25, since 1993. Despite its age, amateur radio operators continue to use and develop packet radio today. A Linux packet station can be used for mail, chat, and TCP/IP. It also has some unique capabilities, such as tracking the positions of nearby stations or sending short messages via the International Space Station (ISS).read more

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 09:47:33 EDT from rss

Subject: 14 Methods To Check Number Of CPU Cores On Linux

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Did you know, how to check number of CPU cores in Linux?

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 11:22:04 EDT from rss

Subject: 10 Tips For First Time Linux Users

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?New to Linux? Never fear, a superior operating system is here! You’ll go from asking everyone for help to re-compiling your own kernel in no time! (Relevant XKCD). Here are some tips for you newcomers on acclimating yourself with the realm of Linux:

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 12:40:10 EDT from rss

Subject: Advanced image viewing tricks with ImageMagick

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In my introduction to ImageMagick, I showed how to use the application's menus to edit and add effects to your images. In this follow-up, I'll show additional ways to use this open source image editor to view your more

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 13:57:13 EDT from rss @

Subject: Ubuntu Touch OTA-2 Rolls Out for Ubuntu Phones, Including Nexus 4 & Nexus 7 2013

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The UBports community has released this past weekend the second OTA (Over-the-Air) update to supported Ubuntu Phone devices, bringing support for some old devices that were requested by the community, as well as a set of new features.

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 15:18:08 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Free Command Explained for Beginners (6 Examples)

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Sometimes, while working on the command line in Linux, you might want to quickly take a look at the total available as well as used memory in the system. If you're a Linux newbie, you'll be glad to know there exists a built-in command - dubbed free - that displays this kind of information. In this tutorial, we will discuss the basics of the free command as well as some of the important features it provides.

[#] Mon Sep 25 2017 16:20:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Using machine learning to name colors

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On a recent trip to Michigan, my friend Tim Sosa mentioned a blog post he read in which the author, Janelle Shane, describes how she built a neural network that generates color names from RGB values. I thought the idea was really neat, but I found the results more

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