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F-Spot and its new home

As some of you might have noticed I’ve created a repo on GitHub for F-Spot under the mono umbrella – F-Spot on GitHub! I have left the repository on git.gnome.org/f-spot and will try […]

openSUSE 11.4 Release Party

We are planning a community release party this coming Thursday, March 17, 2011 to celebrate the 11.4 release.  We are planning on having some media and usb thumb drives for […]

This is an open source project that one of my friends at school started.  Here is a quick description of the project. FireBreath aims to be a cross-platform plugin architecture, […]

We just released our first 2.x series update this week.  This release brings a 127 bug fixes. Over the last several months a fair amount of attention has been paid […]

Just a quick post letting everyone know that there is a release party here in Provo, Utah. The Open Source Technology Center, building A on the Novell campus, has been […]

Clear Center is the resulting company/group/foundation from a company that I used to work for.  Its a full complete small business solution that gives and empowers small business with the […]

Its not every day something this cool is announced and released: SUSE Studio is finally ready to go live.  For those of you that don’t know what SUSE Studio is, […]

We just added a new site to our server.  Our new site is very similar to the Mono team’s status pages.  In fact its running the same software!  The link […]

It was just announced that openFATE, openSUSE’s feature tracking system, will now be open to non openSUSE members.  What this means anyone can submit new feature requests.  For more info: […]