Now there are three open source directories that you can contribute to
ohloh has three particularly interesting features
- a related tag(s) auto suggestion that has to seen/used to be believed
- show the world your open source stack
How big is your open source stack ? I've only a member for 12 hours and mine is already 10 pages long
ohloh automatic dynamic tagging screenshot (you really need a video to understand it fully)
"For Feisty, xresprobe is not included in the default installation.
In theory, this should not be an issue for most people, however I think for people
who don't have xresprobe installed, if they reconfigure Xorg then the new xorg.conf file
could result in incomplete monitor detection, and thus lead to this bug.
This could also occur if the user installed a new monitor or video card and
re-ran `sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver- xorg` without first installing xresprobe.
It could also occur if a user upgrades from Edgy or Dapper to Feisty, and xresprobe
gets uninstalled, and then the user reconfigures xorg.
As I understand, this was a unique change for Feisty, and wouldn't affect Edgy or Dapper
users since as I understand xresprobe was installed by default in those.
For gutsy we've altered things such that xresprobe is once again installed by default,
so behavior should at least return to where it was with Edgy and Dapper.
In at least one dupe of this bug, having xresprobe present seems to have helped.
See bug 109908."
I noticed the default Default 4.0 install enables/uses a root account (unlike Ubunutu) however I've just re-run the installer in
expertgui mode and it gives me a choice of root or sudo modes !
Which mode is your favorite ?
expertgui mode lets you include the non-free repository at install time !
In case no one happened to tell, you, CVS is dead. Bereft of life, it rests in peace. Oh, sure, people still use it, and it is still included in most Linux distributions, including Fedora™ Core, but it is quite dead. It died after a long, drawn-out sickness after years of neglect. Sadly, it died of the incurable disease 'broken architecture.' Nothing could be done besides making its final days (well, years) as comfortable as possible. But now, finally, gone it is, and its replacement is a much younger, much healthier, much better architected, and much more capable version control system—Subversion.