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To learn more about the collaboration between the White House and The Linux Foundation I reached out to Zemlin. Here is an edited version of the email interview.
The White House is collaborating with The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative.
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+Paulo Silva Isn't it better when bad guys are less powerful?
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The open source office suite is finally getting a long-awaited design makeover.
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Trivia: These icons you see in 5.1 were done by +Andreas K from the KDE VDG :)
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Completed this Arch Tutorial and we are working on similar tutorials for other distros and projects. So our question is what other distros should we cover. What should be out next guide? Also if you are interested in writing for us, let us know.
The whole idea of Arch is to install and configure each component manually.
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It’s really tough time for a new player to crack the smartphone and tablet space. Windows phones are almost dead and last year we saw both Jolla and Firefox struggling to keep their mobile ambitions alive.

I sat down with Mark Shuttleworth at SCaLE 14x and, among many other things, I asked him about the future of Ubuntu mobile, about how long he will continue to support it. He took some time to gather his thoughts and then said he is fully invested in Ubuntu mobile and will support it for the foreseeable future.

While we do have other open source projects like Plasma Mobile, I think Ubuntu is the closest thing we have to liberate mobile devices from a walled garden.

What do you think?
Is Ubuntu tablet the laptop replacement we've been waiting for?
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+Anass Eljondy He has been supporting Ubuntu since 2004 so I will consider at least 12 more years in future.
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+cyrille chausson  writes: 

France Assembly encourages use of free software

New Digital Law equates source code to public information

The French Parliament has last week approved a first draft law for a Digital Republic, which encourages the use of free software by the country's public administrations. The Assembly (France's lower house) rejected calls by proponents to make free software mandatory. However, the draft Digital Law does consider source code of software developed by or for public administrations to be public information, which should be made available on request



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SAN DIEGO, Feb. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) today announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., has introduced three new next-generation Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ ...
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Answer: It depends on whether you are on openSUSE Leap or Tumbleweed.
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Are you OK with some non Linux stuff in LV? Like some latest technology or product that's from competitor? It will only be about technology though. It could also be about Apple Watch. We can file that under *TNL: That's NOT Linux' ;-)
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+Linux Veda if this is a exercise in gaining readership it may actually backfire. If you start posting about windows and apple watches I'd likely unfollow you. 
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A decades-long mystery of a deep-sea creature that resembles a discarded purple sock has been solved, scientists say.
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Getting ready to buy something for your valentine? Here are 14 exciting Linux gift ideas. And if you want any of these for yourself forward it to your valentine so she/he can buy them for you. Just be discrete about it ;-)
Nothing says love like a Linux-based gadget.
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Veda (वेद ) is a Sanskrit word which means ‘Knowledge’. “Linux” Veda is a web-magazine to share and spread knowledge about Linux and Open Source technologies.

We cover tutorials, interviews, in-depth analysis, daily news and reviews. While the focus is on Linux and Open Source technologies we do have an ‘off-topic’ section under which we cover stories of importance, even if they are not directly related to Linux or Open Source.

Our core focus is success stories, where we publishes articles on Linux or Open Source technologies being deployed in different environments and set-ups.

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