Shuttleworth at FOSSCamp: collaboration brings "brilliant flashes of
innovation"

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| The goal of FOSSCamp, he says, is to get those involved with open source
| projects together to collaborate and share ideas.
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http://arstechnica.com/journals/linu...-of-innovation

Meet Doxygen Maintainer - Dimitri van Heesch

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| Blue GNU interviews Dimitri van Heesch, founder and maintainer of the Doxygen
| project, to learn more about about how developers can manage their
| documentation.
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http://blue-gnu.biz/content/meet_dox...tri_van_heesch


Related:

Fedora 8 renews tradition of innovations

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| This release makes it obvious that the Fedora community prides itself on
| innovation. *
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http://www.linux.com/feature/119998


Innovation: The REAL Killer App

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| There is no true innovation in Windows Vista. Microsoft has spent
| years developing a product that nobody cared about or wanted. All
| Microsoft was developing was the operating system they needed to
| perpetuate their Windows franchise. After long hold ups in
| development, this has left their Windows revenues at a trickle.
| The sad thing is the GNU/Linux camp has done little to combat
| this deficiency in innovation. They have been more concerned
| with creating an equivalent product at a better price rather than
| a better product at a better price. Sure GNU/Linux is a better
| product due to its inherent stability, performance and security,
| but these aren't the features that home consumers migrate
| platforms for. True innovation, such as improvements in usability,
| is the only way one can convince consumers to choose your product
| over a stagnant entrenched one like Windows. It is simple free
| market economics, the better product at the best price will win.
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http://free2code.blogspot.com/2007/0...iller-app.html