The Collabora flavour of LibreOffice aimed at the public sector, officially rebranded GovOffice, will allow agencies to deploy the free office suite, leading…1 comment
Jonathan Riddell, the main developer of Kubuntu (and of large chunks of Ubuntu) has scaled up his personal war on Canonical’s licensing of…3 comments
This “story” surfaces every several months and, for some reason I always fail to fathom, everybody starts parroting it. It goes thus: Munich…35 comments
The Document Foundation released version 5.0 of the LibreOffice suite last week. Usually a whole jump in an application’s version comes with significant…11 comments
It’s sink or swim time for Battle for Wesnoth. The fantasy turn-based tactical game has been so long in every distro’s repository that…No comments.
Fresh off the presses: LibreOffice reveals the project that will go head to head with Microsoft’s 365 online suite: LibreOffice Online (LOOL).2 comments
The system tray has remained mostly the same for decades, a few icons sitting on a panel displaying some information about the system…2 comments
The new version of Netrunner is here. For some users, the most important part of this release will be its LTS nature. Since…No comments.
One of the most original distributions out there is Elementary OS. The first version was hyped quite a lot, it wasn’t perceived by…1 comment
Is proprietary software ethical? This is a hard question to tackle, one that I may attempt to answer in the future, for the…No comments.
Soon Microsoft will end support for its aging Windows XP. I’m sure most readers are baffled, rightly so, by the idea that people…3 comments
Once upon a time Linux had what I think was the best music player/manager, its name was Amarok and people even brought it…12 comments