Monthly Archives: November 2008

Cambridge is out now! Fire It UP!

Congratulations to all on the successful launch of Fedora 10 Cambridge. There are many features and functions in it that the tight six-month release cycle promises to help evolve and mature. This is NOT a revenue event. It never is … Continue reading

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OOXML – some fallouts at MS Singapore

It appears that almost all those who were involved in the ooxml fiasco in Singapore at Microsoft are out of the organization – either they left or were let go or relocated to other MS outfits (to do more mischief … Continue reading

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Fedora 10 in less than 24 hours

It is going to be an exciting week – Fedora 10 will be out in about 24 hours time – at about 11pm SG (1500 UTC) Tuesday November 25, 2008. Email me if you need live media.

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Vendor lock-in offer for Startups!

I read over the weekend an offer by the Redmond business that gives startups “free” software to run their businesses. From M$ bizspark article A local startup, Homespace who had built up their site (looks good I must say; netcraft … Continue reading

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Chumby, my Chumby!

VPost finally delivered my very own Chumby. And I am pleased. I love the whole packaging. The box is a standard brown box and was really glad to see that the package was very environmentally friendly. There was one white … Continue reading

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Thanks for a good reference

Nice to see a good technical article about how RHEL clients can interoperate with MS AD. Thanks!

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2008 E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year

Congratulations, Matthew on being conferred the Entrepreneur Of the Year. These are the types of accolades that make a difference. What is more important is how open source (and a Red Hat subscription) changes how IT consumes technology and, in … Continue reading

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