Here’s something I’ve just seen:
John’s guide to earning an income from a Free and Open Source project
(intended for the independent developer)
A Guide to earning an income from a Free and Open Source project
(Link: http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/income-guide/ )
First seen on Linmagazine : “איך להתפרנס מפיתוח תוכנה בקוד פתוח“, posted by ajaxian.
Is ignorance open source’s biggest enemy?
By Nicole C. Engard on Open Source “Open Sesame”
Yes! In fact that’s why I love my job so much.
Read further here.
I have just made the Linux Distribution Chooser here.
Results for me:
We found these matches, sorted by how well they match:
Ubuntu and Kubuntu as last option.
For each choice there’s an explanation, and also an exception “May not be suitable because”.
Now … what do I really use?
Debian is really what I use on my home PC.
Ubuntu – on the home laptop.
On my other Blog (Here) I wrote about some very useful Firefox extensions I use.
I have just revealed now that also OpenOffice.org has extensions:
The one I have just seen is: The Sun Wiki Publisher.
This OpenOffice.org (2.4 or higher) extension enables you to create Wiki articles on MediaWiki servers without having to know the syntax of the MediaWiki markup language.
Nice … I’m going to try it, and to export from my OOo at work to the internal Wiki.