The first alpha of Banshee 1.9.4 for Windows has been officially released for testing.
Ubuntu Release Manager, Kate Stewart has announced on the ubuntu-devel mailing list that the Release Candidate scheduled for April 21 would be dropped and Beta 2 scheduled for April 14 would take it's place instead.
Once every 6 months the Ubuntu developers meet at a summit to discuss and plan the upcoming release of Ubuntu. The Ubuntu Developer Summit hence attracts a large number of developers, enthusiasts and users every time it is conducted.
The location for Linux.conf.au 2012 has been announced as Ballarat, Victoria. The conference will run early next year and have a similar format to the LCAs we have become used to over the past ten years - a week long Open Source conference boasting a variety of keynote speakers, talks, tutorials and sessions that makes LCA what it is.
The first stable release of the free office suite 'LibreOffice' is now available for download.
From deep in Hanger 18, your reporter is proud to bring you some exclusive Banshee goodies. Read on for more information...
One of the largest Linux conferences in the southern hemisphere, LCA2011, is to go ahead next week in Brisbane after the worst floods to hit Queensland in over 20 years shed some dubious light on whether the event could continue.
The first Linux release of award-winning open-source Wi-Fi scanner tool inSSIDer 2 has been made available for download. inSSIDer scans any network(s) available to your WiFi card/dongle and tracks the signal strength over time even if you’re […]
The first release of elementary OS – a new Ubuntu-based operating from the elementary-project – has been made available for pre-order ahead of its March release date.
We wrote about it, Phoronix demoed it. The magic scheduler voodoo(tm)* which brings happiness to desktops that everyone wanted to test at the time..well it may be coming to your Natty desktop.
Santa is not the only one delivering presents, the always hardworking Olivier Dufour, has just gotten past the last major technical hurdle in adding the DVD support he and Alex Launi have been working on. […]
The Banshee Train is well on its way along the tracks, headed towards Ubuntu's default train station as a final destination and resting place - where it will hopefully stay as the default music player for some time. While it's not default yet, it's certainly going to happen soon - all you need to know to be prepared is in this article.