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Archive for September, 2007

Solidarity to the people of Birmania

By • Sep 29th, 2007 • Filed under: Extras, Video

The testimony of a Monk at the monastery of Ngwe Kyar Yan. The soldiers have destroyed all. Who looked at the soldiers was kicked

Ubuntu 7.10 “Gutsy Gibbon” Beta released

By • Sep 28th, 2007 • Filed under: Linux Packages, Ubuntu

Ubuntu announced today the release of the beta version of Ubuntu 7.10 codenamed “Gutsy Gibbon”. This cutting edge version of Ubuntu includes the freshly new Gnome 2.20, and also comes with Compiz Fusion by default. Compiz Fusion brings in 3D desktop effects and improves the usability and visual appeal of the system.

What is OpenID and how can you apply it?

By • Sep 26th, 2007 • Filed under: Linux Packages, Open Source Advocacy, Open-Source, Video

France’s Internet Service Provider(ISP) Orange adopts OpenID. The news is a recent one and comes straight from the Digital ID conference in San Francisco. It simply says, Orange the big French ISP with over 40million subscribers around the world adopt the OpenID registration standard. This is a major move by the French operator to lower […]

WordPress 2.3 now available for download

By • Sep 25th, 2007 • Filed under: WordPress

The WordPress team is proud to announce that WordPress 2.3 is now available for download. This new version was released today 25 September. “Dexter” as the team calls it came out with a bunch of new features like; including native tagging support, plugin update notification, URL handling improvements. Examine each of these features one by […]

Adobe Reader 8.1.1 for Linux

By • Sep 25th, 2007 • Filed under: Linux Packages, Ubuntu

Adobe recently announced the release of the latest version of the PDF viewer Adobe Reader. The Adobe Reader 8.1.1 for Linux and Solaris features a new user interface, improved launch time, single document interface mode, always available search toolbar and supports multimedia-enabled PDF documents.