Tony "Mr. Padre" Gwynn

Yesterday Tony Gwynn died, as a child of San Diego and a Padres fan my whole life it was a shock and a blow. I normally don't think about the deaths of famous people but Tony Gwynn was a class act and a great member of the San Diego community…

That second F

I have been using Fedora for a long time, what started out as the simple usage of an operation system turned into a passion for a great community. I have always thought that the 4 Fs of Fedora where a catchy yet honest representation of the project, but recently the…

Docs FAD

The Fedora Docs team recently held a Fedora Activity Day (FAD) and I think it was a big success. Late last year the team was talking about how to make it easier for new people to contribute to Docs, and after a lot of great discussion it was decided that…

GoOSe, CentOS and Red Hat

Open Source projects are hard, until you you reach a critical mass of people working on a project there is on guaranty that it will be successful. I think that is what happend with GoOSe Linux. We worked hard to release GoOSe 6.0 and updates, but after that the…

Gmail+

The Verge posted an article today explaining how Google has made the decision to exclude popular Google+ users from their new Gmail/Google+ integration. Most users of Google's mail services are now contactable via Google+ search, meaning that anyone can look a person up via Google+ and send them an…

Chromebooks, Cheap or Good Value

Paul Thurrott wrote an article about Chromebooks that I thought was short-sighted and off the mark. In the article Paul talked about the lack of value Chromebooks gave end users and the competitive price of Windows PCs. I think Paul, like many other tech writers, forgets that there is a…