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  1. Open Source -- How obligated are we to contribute?

    I read this article by Matt Asay on The Register this morning, found it was an interesting read...



    Long read, I know.

    TL;DR version: Open source encourages contribution by its community,...
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    Re: This Forum Kills Other Forums

    Actually yeah. I had to think about my answer for a minute or two. The long answer is: i've seen worse and i've seen much better. Ubuntu is nice because it has a very active userbase across the...
  3. Re: Music Playback Through Archives(.zip, .rar, .7z, etc.)

    So I guess reducing disk use is out of the question(not that I am in need of space, I have more than I'll ever use haha)

    What about transferring music? I use a program called SyncToy to sync my...
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    Re: This Forum Kills Other Forums

    meh
  5. Music Playback Through Archives(.zip, .rar, .7z, etc.)

    So I've recently discovered that my favorite music player(foobar2000) supports playback of files in basically all popular archive formats, which I think is pretty freakin cool.

    Now I have a...
  6. Re: Are there any famous game engines written in C?

    after reading nightwishfan's post, the wiki page says the ioquake3 engine was written in c. that's pretty famous.
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    Re: Kubuntu is in my daughter's school.

    should have used GNOME [-(

    but i guess it's forgivable ;)
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    Re: Ubuntu Security Threat Analysis: CRITICAL

    probably not. it's just a script that runs, or even just an animated gif.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Force quit / CTRL+ALT+DELETE equivalent?

    click it's exit button, you should get a window asking if you want to force quit the application. otherwise you can go to system->administration->system monitor

    find the application and kill it
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    Re: Ubuntu Security Threat Analysis: CRITICAL

    no way im posting the raw url to an active scamming site [-X

    i don't even know if its kosher to send it in a pm...
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    Ubuntu Security Threat Analysis: CRITICAL

    No! I'm not criticizing ubuntu's security measures. Sorry to draw you in with the misleading topic! =)

    Instead, I bring you a comical anecdote about malware websites. Check it out... :popcorn:

    ...
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    Re: Mythical May Screenshots 2010

    http://ubuntu-pics.de/thumb/55894/gnomeshell_v4WKWP.png

    trying out gnome-shell :)
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    Re: Buying a quality netbook

    MSI Wind.

    http://www.msimobile.com/level2_productlist.aspx?id=3

    I know two people with them and they love them.
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    Re: Java vs. Python for CS

    Rather than try to control the group, why not try to control the rate of progress in learning the language?

    Do a study where students are given the means to learn the langauge, which is written by...
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    Re: Java vs. Python for CS

    To the first point:
    I don't see how learning an easier language first and then moving up to a more difficult language would be a harder leap than diving in to the difficult language to begin with....
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    Re: Java vs. Python for CS

    I agree, that's the point I was trying to make, albeit I didn't actually say concepts over language. I was trying to illustrate that because it was more natural a beginning programmer can focus more...
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    Java vs. Python for CS

    Hello Programmers!

    I'm a college freshman(to be sophomore next semester) and am currently a Computer Science Minor.

    This semester I took Computer Science and thoroughly enjoyed the...
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    Re: Trek: A new way to browse the web.

    How do I find other users to trek with? It's pretty empty around here.
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    Re: Ambitious April Screenshots 2010

    http://lookpic.com/t/220/zzZ1QJhx.png

    im proud of it!
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    Re: Marvelous March 2010 Screenshots

    http://lookpic.com/t/785/JJWf8qLp.png

    feels springy :)
  21. Re: bluetooth mouth compatible with ubuntu (Laptop T400)

    all bluetooth mice and keyboards should work fine since they all operate with the same basic drivers. They work the same way plugging in any usb mouse or keyboard is recognized -- because they all...
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    Re: Are you on Facebook?

    I didn't realize how anti-social so people here were...You are all making it sound like it's the bane of your existence. I for one find it incredibly useful in keeping up with my friends, and it's...
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    Re: Anyone tried OneSwarm for file sharing?

    i just saw this too.

    here's the snippet from slashdot:



    i think i might give it a try
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    Re: February 2009 screenshot thread

    i was using the new hp glassy bleu theme for their netbooks(looks alright), but it's not minimal enough for me. had to go back to the classic
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    Re: January 2009 screenshot thread (safe for work ONLY)

    brown is the new black
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