Benjamin Mako Hill describes why the famous painting American Gothic should be owned by the people.
Stormy Peters gives early notes for her State of GNOME talk.
Matt Zimmerman wants to close the gap between projects in need of developers and projects in need of testers.
Stewart Smith is poking at Drizzle with DTrace.
David Malcolm can render badly in ways that are not dreamed of in your philosophy.
Miguel de Icaza introduces continuations in Mono.
Glyph Lefkowitz never wants to see radical front-end changes until they’re actually an improvement, unlike, he argues, the new Ubuntu notification system.
Dave Neary argues that copyright assignment is often not helpful, and sometimes harmful.
Evgeniy Polyakov compares Linux and FreeBSD POSIX mutexes and semaphores.