"Free Software" tag
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FreedomYUG: Go Forth And Copy Left

How To Successfully Earn a Living with FOSS — Part 1 Do you want to be an independent professional? More importantly, do you want to harness the tremendous business opportunities offered by Free…

Arpit using Skid software on his wheel

Technology To Aid the Disabled

Using free software, an easy-to-program framework and inexpensive computer tools, Arun Mehta from Delhi has designed a communication system for a child suffering from cerebral palsy. The best part is, the technology can…

Blender: No Maya. No Ram.

FreedomYUG: Blender — No Maya. No RAM.

This Diwali, who will bring freedom to Ram? This ancient festival of light celebrates Lord Ram delivering freedom to Sita, and the world, from the tyranny of Ravana. It celebrates the 2D triumph…

Smart TV

FreedomYUG: Is Your TV Watching You? Even If It Runs Linux Inside?

Something’s happened to my TV — it’s turned intelligent. The dumbest TV shows still stream mindlessly on it, 24×7, through the cable-box, but the TV has new smarts. For starters, it’s got USB…

Learn Image Manipulation & Create a Glassy Wallpaper on GIMP

Here’s a tutorial on how to create glassy effects on images and text, using GIMP.

Close Encounters of the Free Kind!

Three Days with Richard M. Stallman.

FreedomYUG: If You Love Someone, Set Them Free

[FreedomYug] If you are her man, give her a mouse.

Face to Face with RMS

It was one of the rarest opportunities to spend some time with the man I’ve always looked up to since I migrated to GNU/Linux systems…

Paul Frields: Proprietary Software Has Had Its Day and is on the Way Out!

In February 2008, Paul W. Frields joined Red Hat as the Fedora Project Leader. Naturally, on the occasion of the 10th release of Fedora, we needed the FPL’s insight into what goes inside the project. So, here’s Paul for you…

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