Desktop image is configured to offer particularly tight Windows integration.
And Linux has adopted a real code of conduct to replace its previous "code of conflict."
Microsoft continues its push to make development tools for any and every workflow.
20-day old change, long corrected by OpenStreetMap, was pushed out via Mapbox.
Steam Play uses a modified version of WINE and a new DirectX compatibility layer.
But inequality and economic distortions give us ample opportunity to blow it.
We flash back to a time in the '90s when it seemed like Microsoft would eat everything.
Many sites that have HTTPS enabled can serve content insecurely.
From the archives: Android is open—except for all the good parts.
Reddit AMA with Nat Friedman doesn't really reveal a whole lot.
GitHub needed a buyer, and there aren't too many options.
Biggest open source hosting service joins biggest proprietary software company.
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