Beryl 0.2.0 released

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Beryl 0.2.0 has just been released:

Beryl 0.2.0 is a complete overhaul of Beryl. The last stable release 0.1, featured a very fun, and eye-candy based compositing window manager. However, since it’s release, many parts of beryl have been rewritten, replaced, or simply dropped. The Beryl team has put in numerous hours to bring you this release. It’s filled with fun, eye-candy, better ...

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One reason why you should use free and open source software

Today I'm going to take it all the way back to FOSS fundamentals and look at one question which a lot of people who are unfamiliar with free and open source software ask.

If you already know the FOSS basics (I guess the majority of our readers here), you might want to skip over this one, it's pretty basic.

In particular, one question often arises - why should I ...

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The missing link in mainstream desktop Linux adoption

Well, in fact, there isn't one missing link. But in this FOSSwire article, I'm going to look at one major issue standing in the way of getting desktop Linux any serious market share. And that is OEMs.

Wikipedia defines Original Equipment Manafacturer (OEM) as:

When a company purchases products or components from another company and resells the products or components with the purchasing company's name or logo ...

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