Category Archives: Opensource

Goodbye Google Chrome, welcome Firefox

After having used Google Chrome for quite a long time, I now decided to quit it’s usage wherever possible. That is all the computers I regularly work on and of course my mobile devices. While I had originally been a fellow user of Firefox and its predecessors, I decided to move to Google Chrome mostly Continue Reading →

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When maintainers become small dictators: Fedora drops ddate

Linux distributions tend to promote and support freedom in many ways. Freedom to use the software I like, freedom to change it as I like and even the freedom to sell it amongst many others. And as one of the largest community driven projects around the globe it has a very long tradition being open Continue Reading →

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why fedora rules: they provide the best explanations for updates

Well, I occasionally read the details of updates for packages installed on my fedora 16 box and from time to time they can be quite entertaining. Yet, the update information given to the users for the latest ql2500-firmware package is just too unique to remain hidden within the depths of fedoras update manager. So, here Continue Reading →

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