Among the 8 open source projects listed, Eclipse was the most “open” of all the projects, and Android was the last in the list.
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Short post. The Cebu GNU-Linux Users Group (CeGNULUG) is having a group talk and discussion at the TechBar on July 29, 2011 at 7pm. Topics discussed are as follows: 1. [ … ]
Apparently, Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux, apparently caved in and bought a Nexus One last week, as he stated in his blog. He initially bought a G1 (aside from [ … ]
An interesting development happened during the release of the 2.6.33 linux kernel and generated some heated discussions on the lwn comments section. The android code in the linux kernel tree [ … ]
Think about it. You don’t hide things from people you don’t know because you did something bad. It is more likely that you hide things from people you are not likely to trust because they would like to do bad things to you.
Hi there folks. As you may all know, Google released source code for it’s much ballyhooed OS, named after it’s popular browser named Chrome. I’ve been able to run a [ … ]
I’ve been reading a lot about Google’s flagship OS lately, and if one is to believe all the hype, it will definitely give microsoft a run for it’s money.