Category Archives: Open Source Software

Freedom, Creative Commons and Fedora Videos

Here is some videos submitted to the Fedora Project all released under the creative commons license demonstrating freedom in software, video, writing, politics, and fun all in thirty seconds or less. I especially like the A Culture of Fear and Free Machinima. If free software, free speech and freedom in general is important to you then I would have a gander at them all. Enjoy.

More good news on the Open Source Software Front

Firefox 2 has now been released into the wild for our general consumption. This is the official version, no more release canidates. If your Fedora Core downloads are taking to long, put them on pause and download Firefox 2. Unpack it and browse with confidence while your Fedora Core 6 completes. Good day for all.

Update:  I am not at all impressed.  I have been having a horrible time with this release on Fedora Core 5 and 6 64 bit version running the 32 bit version of Firefox 2.  Not a happy consumer.  Although I have not taken the time to remove all the extensions and themes I have running but still I would have expected more from our friends at Mozilla. Bah hummbug.