Six Success Factors for National Open Source Projects

I have participated to the 2nd International Free/Open Source Software Technologies Workshop in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia few weeks ago. The Workshop was organized by and took place in the King Abdulaziz City of Science and Technology (KACST), an impressive campus for advanced technology research and development. Before the Workshop, my expectation was that I was…… Okumaya devam et Six Success Factors for National Open Source Projects

it’s official: there is a new pardus in town

Pardus has a lot to recommend it and definitely rates a try for anyone who wants an excellent KDE 4 implementation. Pardus isn’t perfect, but its flaws and shortcomings are relatively minor compared to many if not most other distributions I’ve tried, including recent releases of some of the big names in Linux. It’s easy…… Okumaya devam et it’s official: there is a new pardus in town

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definitely strikes back: there’s a new Pardus in town…

As a Python fan and the main developer/maintainer of PyKDE, it certainly gives me that warm fuzzy feeling inside to see Python, PyQt and PyKDE put to such great use. It is also very impressive to see how such a small team of developers can put together such an impressive distribution. It is a great…… Okumaya devam et definitely strikes back: there’s a new Pardus in town…

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remember? “a new pardus… in town…”

My experience with Pardus was quite positive. The attention to detail, right down to skinning Amarok with the Pardus colors, is matched by the elegance of the installer and the efficacy of Kaptan and PiSi. Booting and running Pardus is quite speedy on my old AMD Sempron 2800+ with 512MB RAM; other distributions with similar…… Okumaya devam et remember? “a new pardus… in town…”

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newspapers write it: “there is a new pardus in town”

There are sporadic examples of Turkish open source projects. In August 2007 Turkey’s Military Recruitment Division, which is part of the Ministry of Defense, announced that it was switching to Pardus Linux on all of its 4,500 desktops and more than five hundred servers. Pardus is also being used by Turkish Radio and Television Supreme…… Okumaya devam et newspapers write it: “there is a new pardus in town”

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