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Posted 12-03-2011 at 03:05 AM byalan_ri (Thoughts and other things about Linux, GNU, FOSS etc.)
(Sacramento, CA, USA: November 30, 2011) The Linux Professional Institute (LPI), the world's premier Linux certification organization, announced a new Master Affiliate for Croatia (LPI-Croatia). LPI-Croatia will be managed and operated by the Croatian Linux Users Group--Hrvatska Udruga Linux Korisnika (HULK: [URL="http://www.linux.hr/"]http://www.linux.hr[/URL]).
"The Croatian Linux Users Group is a leading advocate for the use of Linux and Open Source Software in...
Posted 05-29-2011 at 05:32 AM byalan_ri (Thoughts and other things about Linux, GNU, FOSS etc.)
Updated 01-27-2012 at 07:43 AM byalan_ri
The story goes like this;
There will be DebConf 11 in Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina) from 24th to 30th July 2011. It's actually very close to where I live, but the fact is that economic situation in my country is bad, lot of people are out of work or not being paid for their work, etc. Basically, I wasn't sure will I be able to pay for whatever is necessary to be at DebConf 11 by myself, so I decided to apply for sponsored registration which is defined as follows; [QUOTE][B]Sponsored...
Posted 05-07-2011 at 11:33 AM byalan_ri (Thoughts and other things about Linux, GNU, FOSS etc.)
As one can see on the site there are at this very moment;
[B]3256 screenshots online[/B]
But the fact is there are almost 30000 Debian packages out there, which suggest that there are many screenshots missing. Screenshots are very useful in Synaptic Package Manager for example, because it can obviously give you a picture of what you want to install. The process of uploading a screenshot is simple as it can be, so help make Debian better by uploading screnshots of some apps...
Posted 06-15-2008 at 07:07 PM byalan_ri (Thoughts and other things about Linux, GNU, FOSS etc.)
Updated 09-12-2009 at 08:54 PM byalan_ri(grammar)
I just wanted to write something about what I think is important for Ubuntu and Debian and all users who use these two distributions. It's about something what I have found on the internet and what should be mentioned here IMO.
As many of you know, Ubuntu developers and contributors are reporting bugs and contributing patches to Debian, so I wanted to post a link about the details on how to tag the bugs you file. Note that "submittodebian" script in the ubuntu-dev-tools package...