The Blender Foundation is finally largely online. However, in the wake of the mysterious shutdown, they are testing a new PeerTube service.
A few months ago, there was some fanfare about an alternative to the OpenSource personal productivity suite OpenOffice.org. This split project is known as LibreOffice. ZeroPaid decided to take a look at this software and gather some first impressions.
We have been interviewing Russell McOrmond. The interview is in three parts. Parts 1 and 2 are already available. We now conclude our three part interview.
An e-mail reportedly from Steve Jobs has recently surfaced which suggests that Apple may be preparing to sue Theora and other open source video codecs. The dispute would revolve around patent laws.
In part 1 of the three part interview with Russell McOrmond, there was discussion on topics such as ISP liability, privacy, and Michael Geist. Part 2 continues with a number of broad topics.
With the open source nature of the eMule client, things can occur that proprietary software wouldn’t dream of allowing.
With a number of eMule mods already upgrading and several more catching up with latest official eMule codebase, one question comes to mind: what use do all these mods have anyway?
Today, Slyck looks at another eMule mod (modification). This time, it’s the Xtreme eMule Mod, which is based off of the official eMule.
Recently, another eMule mod has been updated. This mod is called StulleMule.
If there’s anything that’s normal these days in the eMule community, it’s the need for mods to base their clients off the latest official version.