Monthly Archives: October 2005

Call For Participation of PlugFest 2006 Linux/LSB

Finally, the call for participation is out for the Third PlugFest organized by the National IT Standards Committee of Singapore. This time the PlugFest is targeted at interoperability and conformance to the LSB 3.1 (aka ISO 23360) standard. This is … Continue reading

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The power of Open Source

The Sahana Project is truly an amazing project that brought to bear the value and contribution that open source can offer. The disasterous 2004 tsunami pushed the need to the forefront and these developers in Sri Lanka came together to … Continue reading

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ODF support in MS’ office suite?

This is very telling. MS is now “trying” to have ODF in their next office suite, but “tentativeness on ODF support in Office [is due] to resource allocation issues”. As a result of poor resource management, they are “working with … Continue reading

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Great resource for LTSP labs in Schools

tuXlab has what I would think is a well written guide to help get the deployment of LTSP and K12LTSP systems into schools, community centers and just about anywhere. Thanks, Jean and the other authors of the document. Well done.

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My other blog

Temasek is the old name of Singapore and that is where I am running another blog to rant and rave about my country. FYI.

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Google is just amazing!

Google Calculator! Amazing innovation. How about sqrt of (4 squared+3 squared)?

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This is an interesting option

VMware has just released a virtual machine player that allows you to run a pre-created VM image on any machine. This means that you could have a VM image of a particular OS, send it to someone (customer, tech support … Continue reading

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