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LF Collaboration Summit Preview: Andrew Morton

Getting ready for The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit? So is Andrew Morton. The lead maintainer for the Linux kernel will be at Hotel Kabuki on April 6, 2011 as one of the panelists on this year's Linux Kernel panel.

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Looking for a MeeGo job? Looking for a MeeGo developer?

You know what's awesome? Getting paid to work on MeeGo.

You know what's even more awesome? Having a central place where you can post jobs (if you're an employer) and find jobs (if you want to want to do the work).

We've made some changes to the organization of the job board over at the Linux Foundation, specifically highlighting MeeGo jobs. At http://jobs.meego.com, you can post jobs quickly and easily, and those looking for paid MeeGo positions can find them in one place.

Have fun!

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Glamorous pictures?

The event last weekend was a "no cameras" event, and while we'll have pi

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Pearls before swine..

My life isn't glamorous. I know that comes as a big shock to everybody, since geeks in general are seen as the crème de la crème of society, and the common perception is that we live the life of rock-stars and party all night with all the other glamorous people.Not so.

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Ask the Experts: How to Get Involved in the Community

Contributing to Linux or another open source project can seem intimidating, but our experts say that it shouldn't. If you're sincerely interested in the work and find an area where you can add value, you will quickly become a recognized member of the community. We talked to our panel to get some advice on how to get started and how to navigate your way through the process of contributions.

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Early Results: Linux.com IT Security Poll

Cloud computing has proven to be much more than a buzzword. According to Gartner, the cloud services market is forecast to reach $148.8 billion by 2014...

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Meet the Man Behind the Jeopardy Super Computer at End User Summit

Valentine’s Day: chocolate hearts, love and super computers! At least this year my Valentine’s Day  will take a decidedly nerdy turn as I celebrate by watching the IBM Super Computer Watson compete on Jeopardy against two past champions. Creating a computer that can compete in a game show like this takes incredible technical achievement from many areas (from processors to understanding natural language).

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How not to piss off a kernel subsystem maintainer - part 5

Fifth in a long series of complaints... See part 1 and part 2 and part 3 and part4 for previous atrocities.

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Samsung Laptops and Linux

Finally, after many years of people asking for this, Linux can now properly support all known Samsung laptop devices. This means we can now handle backlight control, wifi button issues,and the weird "performance mode" keys as well as some of the other function keys.

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HP to Put Linux in Printers and PC’s: It’s the End of an Era for Windows

I attended HP’s press conference this morning and Linux again took center stage as a major technology leader revealed the details of its mobile device strategy. HP announced two new WebOS phones and more importantly an impressive new tablet that is a clear contender against the iPad. While I don’t for one second underestimate Apple, that was not the most interesting part of the event for me.

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