Daily links for 02/13/2011

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Open Source

  • “Friday morning at the Tech@State event at the State Department, the White House’s New Media Director Macon Phillips announced the White House’s second code release to the open source community that powers the Drupal content management system.”

    tags: whitehouse drupal Open Source

  • “Looking for a ready-to-go desktop environment brimming with free and open source multimedia production and publishing tools? Try the Design Suite, a Fedora Spin created by designers, for designers.  The Design Suite includes the favorite tools of the Fedora Design Team. These are the same programs we use to create all the artwork that you see within the Fedora Project, from desktop backgrounds to CD sleeves, web page designs, application interfaces, flyers, posters and more. From document publication to vector and bitmap editing or 3D modeling to photo management, the Design Suite has an application for you — and you can install thousands more from the Fedora universe of packages.”

    tags: design fedora linux

  • “So you may have heard of the Women in free software caucus organized by the Free Software Foundation last year. One of the major goals of the womens’ caucus is to bring free software to girls and young women. Deb Nicholson and I have been planning a program to do just that over the past few months with Red Hat and the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts.”

    tags: digital girl Open Source

  • “In this Roundup, we’ve included a real mix of software, including native Linux clients, ones that run on cross-platform frameworks, standard desktop apps and browser extensions. Of the names you might have expected to see, most omissions were made because the software’s now horribly dated. If you think we’ve omitted a client that should have been here, drop us a line. Or rant about it on your blog.”

    tags: linux blogging


  • “The first big report from Spring Training is this: Sunday is the reporting date for pitchers and catchers for Philadelphia, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Detroit, San Diego, Arizona, Boston, Toronto, Seattle, Baltimore, the Los Angeles Angels and the Chicago Cubs. It’s going to be a big week. The first full-squad workouts for 15 clubs start on Saturday. By Feb. 23, all players are expected in camp in Arizona and Florida.”

    tags: baseball


Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.