Month: July 2008

  • Show me the Speakers!!!

    It has finally arrived! The list of approved speakers (though it might not be final and more might be added).  For those of you out there waiting to see if it is worth paying for admission to the Utah Open Source Conference, the wait is over.  Not that this should have ever been questioned.  If […]

  • What’s a monopoly again?

    So apparently its only a monolopy at 90% share if its against Microsoft according Brad Smith one of Microsof’t’s top lawyer (according to the article)  So Microsoft is all up in arms that it isn’t fair that Google and Yahoo can have a deal that would supposedly give them 90% market share. This leaves me […]

  • PC World, Linux examined by the ‘informed’

    Well I’d talk about the article, but well you are just going to have to read it.  Just a quick gem though from the article: The big question is: Given that Red Hat bases its Fedora distribution on OpenSUSE, and that Fedora and OpenSUSE are both distributions with advanced features intended for power users, why […]

  • Utah Open Source Conference interview

    One of the major projects that I have been working on for the last year or so has been the Utah Open Source Foundation and their annual conference.  I’m incharge of sponsorships and marketing, so if you are interested in sponsoring or helping us market the conference better… Please let me know! Yesterday Jayce, one […]

  • HP 2133 Mini-Note also with SLED

    I saw an email about this and went to to check it out. HP 2133 Mini-Note on Also here is the ad from the email.

  • openSUSE, I want… or Change this…

    Well if you want your voice to be heard and believe that openSUSE would be so much cooler if only they would add or change something, now is your chance.  There is an ideas page for openSUSE 11.1.  There are already several ideas up there and I’m sure they are looking for some refinement and […]

  • openSUSE 11.1 Roadmap is released!

    This is from Andreas. THANKS!!!  So come one, come all and help make openSUSE 11.1 a great release.  There is no time like the present.  Jump in early and grab that first alpha on July 24! ——–  Announcement  ——– With openSUSE 11.0 out the door, it’s time to start thinking about openSUSE 11.1. The public […]

  • OpenSUSE User Group Meeting Tonight

    Its that time of month again where we crazy opensuse fans get together.  So for those that don’t know where we meet, its at the Applebee’s in Sandy, UT @ 7pm. This month we are going to try and do something a little more than just hang out.  We want to look at OBS a […]

  • Back @ Novell

    Many of you know, but for those that don’t I was hired back on as a full time employee.  Its been about a month since I started as the build guy for the mono-a11y team.  For those that don’t know what a11y is, its accessibility.  The 11 referring to the 11 letters between the letters […]