What Linux "needs to target" is the PAST of its potential users
Ouch. Here goes another “Linux desktops” article that misses a crucial point:
The question nobody asked that Ghana teacher
The Internet is going wild about a Ghana teacher who is teaching how to pass a Microsoft Word examination test using only a blackboard. As far as I can tell, however, so far nobody asked him (and the Ghana government, of course) this specific question:
More about "why no new AND successful FOSS projects..."
Answering a few comments received via Twitter to my post Why no more new AND successful FOSS projects in the last ten years?
Why no more new AND successful FOSS projects in the last ten years?
I’ve already reported about the main highlights of the Swatantra17 conference. Here are some more thoughts, about a very general issue, prompted by other things I heard at the same conference.
Red Hat Open Source Day rewards with proprietary hardware. For the fourth time
The “Open Source Day” by Red Hat Italia is a yearly event in which the italian branch of that corporate Open Source champion: