Wednesday, November 7, 2012

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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

iQunix 12.04 video review

This is a small video review of iQunix, an operating system optimized for experienced Ubuntu/Debian users and professionals who prefer to decide what software should their system have pre installed.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

iQunix 12.04 released: New course and new plans

A brand new release, iQunix 12.04 is available for download. Alongside with this new release there are some new plans for this special OS.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

iQunix 10.10v1 end-of-life reached on April 10


iQunix 10.10v1 was released on 2011-03-15 end according to the release schedule of Ubuntu, it has come to an end-of-support.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

So you want to try switching to Linux?

Blog post by:
Michael Hall
*headdesk* Over the years there have been no shortage of articles where people try switching to Ubuntu (or other distro) for some period of time, to see if they can use it as a replacement for Windows.  Some are happy with the results, but many have a hard time with the move.  One thing I’ve noticed, as have many commentators on each article, is that many of the problems are due to faulty perceptions or assumptions, not faulty software.
So if you or anybody else is thinking about giving Ubuntu a try, please keep the following things in mind:

Monday, April 9, 2012

Creation as Contribution

Blog post by: Michael Hall
This was originally part of my post Distribution is Contribution, but it wasn’t the primary point I wanted to make there, and I realized there was far more I wanted to say about this subject.


The origin of all value, FOSS or otherwise, is in the production of something.  Every other form on contribution, anything else that adds value to FOSS, comes from the refinement, combination, distribution or transformation of this original production.  The most common form of production in FOSS is written code.  More attention is paid to written code than any other form of production, and contributions are (as stated in the previous post) more commonly measured by the quantity of code that any other metric.  Even in other forms of production, in artwork and documentation, the origin of value comes from the production, with other modes of contribution only adding value by the refinement, combination, distribution or transformation of that production.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Why Linux on the Desktop is Alive!


A blog post by

While helping to edit last week’s Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, I came across an article written by Tony Bradley of PC World entitled “Why Linux on the Desktop Is Dead”. In it he cited his “30 days with Ubuntu Linux” test as proof that Linux on the desktop is not, and will not be a credible option for users.