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Why a Guerrilla Launch of Ubuntu Phone Makes Sense for Canonical

Omgubuntu - Tue, 25/03/2014 - 14:32

We've repeatedly heard that ‘big brand’ smartphone manufacturers are serious about shipping Ubuntu on smartphones. But why go with smaller players in the heated mobile space?

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<i>The Reg</i>'s desert XP-ocalypse aversion plan revealed

The Register - Tue, 25/03/2014 - 07:58
Here's what you told us to do on our charity XP upgrade trek

Next week, The Reg heads into Australia's red centre to perform a Windows XP to Windows 7 upgrade at the Wirliyatjarrayi Learning Centre, a facility in the tiny central Australian town of Willowra.

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Microsoft issues less-than-helpful tips to XP holdouts

The Register - Tue, 25/03/2014 - 05:58
Don't click on bad stuff and back up a lot, Redmond tells refuseniks

Microsoft seems to have realised what most everyone figured out years ago: come April 9 there will still be millions upon millions of computers running Windows XP and therefore open to all sorts of potential attacks.

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Red Hat's Chris Wright: Telco Industry Poised for Open Source Disruption

Linux.com - Tue, 25/03/2014 - 00:34

As an OpenDaylight project board member and the technical director of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) at Red Hat, Chris Wright knows what it takes to launch a successful open source, collaborative project. He'll share some of what he's learned through his experience with OpenDaylight in his keynote presentation this week at Collaboration Summit in Napa.

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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categories: Linux News

KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categories: Linux News

KDE and Canonical Developers Disagree Over Display Server

Linux Slashdot - Mon, 24/03/2014 - 18:47
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Robert Ancell, a Canonical software engineer, wrote a blog titled 'Why the display server doesn't matter', arguing that: 'Display servers are the component in the display stack that seems to hog a lot of the limelight. I think this is a bit of a mistake, as it’s actually probably the least important component, at least to a user.' KDE developers, who do have long experience with Qt (something Canonical is moving towards for it's mobile ambitions), have refuted Bob's claims and said that display server does matter."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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