Ubuntu Disappoints, Breaks Promises With Rapid Growth

There is a nice little rant on OSWeekly by Matt Hartley about Ubuntu’s rabid rapid growth and how he thinks the balance has swayed toward too many half-finished and poorly tested new features and not enough polish. Yes, we all know that with a community produced distro it is OUR job, the role of the […]

Wine-Doors : manage Windows apps under GNOME

Wine-doors is a package managment tool for installing Windows apps under Linux, using Wine. I haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, but I really should … it looks like it might do similar things to the excellent CrossOver Office Professional, which is probably bad for CodeWeavers as it’s encroaching on their turf […]