Monthly Archives: September 2009

Open Source Should be Open to All

As I mentioned on the tech show last night, an essay that Moose and I wrote was published on Rikki’s Roseblog on Linux Magazine. It is a call to end the elitism that continues to hold open source back. Nothing … Continue reading

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One Gas Tank, One Weekend, One Community: All about Open Source

The Ohio LinuxFest has received meager promotional attention from the audience that it serves: the Open Source community. Lately, the term “community” keeps getting thrown out there as a marketing ploy. People have become very skeptical in this day in … Continue reading

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5 minutes = world of difference

5 Alarm Fire — We need your support and votes — just a small amount of time! Please join us for a session on Internet Relay chat irc.oftc.net #ohiolinux at Sunday, September 13 at 8 PM EST. There will be … Continue reading

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Hello to the folks from APCUG

I attended a regional gathering of Association of PC User Groups in central Ohio. The Annual Meeting at the Ohio Midwest Regional was somewhat of a marketing event for Microsoft as the dinner keynote was a preview of Windows 7.  … Continue reading

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August 2009 – browser report

This is a report of the Operating Systems that were used by the readers of www.whatwillweuse.com Firefox     1,270     60% Safari     297     14% Mozilla     238     11% Internet Explorer     89     4% Identification Blocked    … Continue reading

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August 2009 Report – Operating Systems

This is a report of the Operating Systems that were used by the readers of www.whatwillweuse.com 1 Linux 1,122 53% 2 Mac OS X 348 16% 3 Windows XP 325 15% 4 Unknown 120 6% 5 Windows Vista 104 5% … Continue reading

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