Post Tagged with: "linux"

I Hate Android: Why It Sucks

Android has gotten better over the years but there are still many things I dont like about it. To put it bluntly, I hate Android. I tried to support it and I actually liked it for a while. Over the years, I got tired of nearly everything about it. I have used Linux for a […]

Diaspora Alpha Impressions

  3 days ago, I got an email in my inbox from the folks at Diaspora. I finally got an invite to theВ Diaspora AlphaВ after almost a year of waiting! Thats right. Last year atВ, I submitted my email and requested an invite. Because it took so long, I thought the project was dead. Now Im […]

Is Open Source Android Dying?

When Android launched, it was a praised by developers and users for embracing the open-source community. Built under Linux, Android did for the mobile market what no other company couldВ have done on the desktop. Google made Linux mainstream. From its initial releaseВ in 2008, Android quickly became a household name competing with the likes of Microsoft, […]

KDE Pays Homage: Congratulates GNOME

Today was a big day in Linux. theВ GNOME ProjectВ launched version 3 of it popular desktop environment. Not only that but KDE had some kind words to say about them. In a show of respect, KDE announced that their official April updates will be codenamed: Congrats.   KDE said, The codename Congrats dedicates this release to […]

A Unified Linux?: The Canterbury Distribution

Is this a strange April Fools joke or is this for real? Debian, Arch Linux, Gentoo, Grml, and openSUSE announced today that they will be merging efforts to produce a unified Linux.   All of these respected websites have The Canterbury Distribution listed on the homepage. The features and goals are listed as:   Simple […]