After a short while debugging and restarting IE6 on Ubuntu, Internet Explorer gave me the option to upgrade to IE7. I know that you have to have a genuine copy of Windows, however I gave it a try, because Linux might just be better than a genuine copy of windows ;). The results was rather surprising……
The popular open source advocacy website Open Addict, is now blocking Internet Explorer users from viewing the newly designed front page due to IE rendering bugs: “I’m tired of hacking workarounds for IE’s bad implementations of standard technologies; Try to validate Internet Explorer’s home page and see if you think Microsoft cares about standards
Everyone remember that spiffy white 13.3 inch screen ultra portable laptop offered by system 76. Well they didn’t change the name, they are still calling it the darter ultra, but now its sporting a built in webcam, a smaller 12.1 inch screen, and much better internal specs, (the improvements?: socket P, 10/100/1000, and bigger sata hard drives)
“”Use ReiserFS or I will F’n kill you” – “Give my back my CRX seat, or I’ll F’n KILL YOU” – “I went to Oakland looking for my CRX passenger seat, and all I got was this cafe press t-shirt”
Cafe press t-shirts supporting your local “alleged” psychopath filesystem developer! All proceeds go to the Hans Reiser defense.
The Debian GNU/Linux Project has a new leader. Sam Hocevar, a French developer, who has been with the project since 2000, was elected as leader for 2007-08 on Sunday. In his election platform, Hocevar, 28, had cited among his objectives, if he won, the goal of again making it fun to work on Debian.
On Friday, June 29, at 12 noon (EDT), the Free Software Foundation will officially release the GNU GPL version 3. Please join us in celebration as we bring to a close eighteen months of public outreach and comment, in revision of the world’s most popular free software license.