Always wanted to start a page with open source alternatives for the most used apps on Windows… Well, actually here it is already! 😉 very nice initiative!
Month: March 2006
Suse 10.0 install story
Wednesday night, I installed Open SuSE 10.0. What originally was planned as a quick basic install before going to bed, ended up in a 7h install marathon (download time included though ;)). First of all: I’m really impressed with the quality SuSE delivers. What about ubuntu? I’m not a Gnome fan so I tried Kubuntu 5.10. The few hours I tried Suse already gave me a better user experience! Here’s the full story.. Continue reading Suse 10.0 install story
yes, that’s how Windows makes you jump like half a meter in the air after just having enjoyed a nice movie. Normally, all Windows sounds are disabled in my setup, they’re annoying. However, Windows still seems to find a reason from time to time to bug me with its beeps. Usually at a moment that I least expect it. ..
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Why pro’s don’t like the gimp
An interesting story on why the gimp doesn’t make it in the professional business..
This is something I definitely must take a look at some time… It’s an open source PHP framework provided by Zend which has interesting features. I highlight the ones which interest me most:
- DB abstraction layer
- feed generator
- http client
- pdf generator
Opera CEO interview
Hi, I’m cleaning up my drafts which means deleting since a lot of them are outdate. 🙂 I’m posting some things anyway for personal reference or people not up to date or bored to death (make your choice).
First in line is an Opera CEO interview. Always nice to read. 🙂
Also you might have noticed that Opera has started to provide weekly builds. Never thought that would be happen, but then again, I also didn’t expect it to become free. 🙂 While poking around there, you might also be interested to know about this one.