"The 11th Libre Software Meeting (aka. RMLL) began this Tuesday, July 6th, in Bordeaux, France. A small group of GNU hackers will be present and a GNU developers room will be available for discussions and lightning talks..."Read more »
"Free Software Supporter is a newsletter run by the FSF (Free Software Foundation) and in it they have a section announcing a few software releases from the GNU project. However, they do not seem to provide any description of the projects aside from their name and version.Read more »
«This is to announce coreutils-7.5, a "stable" release. We're calling it "stable" in spite of the fact that there is a new program, stdbuf, and there are some interesting new features. Thanks to everyone who has been helping! ...»Read more »
While a few commands, such as 'cd' are built directly into bash; many of the most important commands come from coreutils, a GNU package containing over a hundred commands.Read more »
"This page shows a example of writing a emacs lisp function that process text on the current region, by calling a external perl script. So that you can use your existing knowledge in a scripting language for text processing as emacs commands..."Read more »
"Coreutils version 7.0 has been released. Considering the two new programs, and that several of the existing programs acquired new options or other non-trivial improvements, this qualifies as a feature release and gets the "beta" label. However, most changes have been local and well-tested..."Read more »
"I like to listen to music while I work. In support of the Play Ogg! movement, I converted some of my audio collection into the patent-unencumbered audio file format, Ogg Vorbis.
To convert my audio CDs to Ogg, I use the friendly abcde package..."Read more »