This content has been archived at 2010/05/26 13:22 CST and is read only. Some deep or external links are broken.

The Mesh Dot Org Cancel Fullscreen
Site is back up now!
By: Jinx  on: Wed 26 of May, 2010 13:22 CST  (334 Reads)
Announcements was down for around a week due to network connectivity issues. We are currently looking at migrating to a more reliable hosting solution shortly. During this process, we're also looking at migrating the Wiki over to MediaWiki?.
The Mesh has a Birthday!
By: Jinx  on: Mon 19 of April, 2010 12:18 CST  (678 Reads)
Yes, we turned the big Five on the 13th of April, 2010!
Intel and Nokia team up to combine Moblin and Maemo
By: Jinx  on: Mon 15 of Feb., 2010 22:55 CST  (636 Reads)
... and so MeeGo was born. Asides from almost sounding like Fried Noodles, it apparently what happens when both the Maemo and Moblin project merge, as per their first blog post:
Hi Everyone

I'm sure you've heard the news: Moblin and maemo are merging! We are taking the best pieces from these two open source projects and are creating the MeeGo? software platform. Both teams have worked for a long time to support the needs of the mobile user experience - and MeeGo? will make this even better. We want it to be fun, focused, flexible, technically challenging and ultimately, something that can change the world.

Some interesting news, as reported by CNet.
And so it begins - The new website !
By: Kronk  on: Thu 21 of Jan., 2010 19:18 CST  (487 Reads)
Exciting news ! Feel free to check it out, contribute or comment.
Karmic Koala Available - Ubuntu 9.10
By: Kronk  on: Sat 07 of Nov., 2009 16:08 CST  (731 Reads)
Karmic Koala Now Available - Ubuntu 9.10

Get the new latest "exciting" instalment of Ubuntu right here !
Take that to the Bank...
By: Jinx  on: Sun 09 of Aug., 2009 16:10 CST  (1233 Reads)
The Mesh crew have the opportunity to help out with "Fringe @ The Bank".

We're working with DCA to provide IT Comms, desktop and network support.

Check out Darwin Fringe Festival for more information.
Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid) Out now!
By: Jinx  on: Mon 03 of Nov., 2008 10:53 CST  (2323 Reads)
The latest stable edition of Ubuntu Linux has been released and is ready for people to download. This release is a standard release cycle, so it is supported for 18 months.
Dnsmasq important package update
By: Jinx  on: Thu 24 of July, 2008 14:37 CST  (3386 Reads)
Dnsmasq, the DNS/DHCP server used by most embedded Linux devices has been updated to protect against the DNS cache poisoning vulnerability released earlier this month. Secunia has detailed information on the exploits. There is also an article on Slashdot regarding the issue.

For users of OpenWrt? based firmware, X-Wrt? has released the 2.45 version of Dnsmasq as an ipkg here.
Netgear release an Open Source firmware Wireless 54G router/ap
By: Jinx  on: Wed 09 of July, 2008 09:24 CST  (2949 Reads)
Netgear seem to have cottoned onto the idea of running a Linux based firmware on one of their wireless routers. Although, it's a little late in the game, it is good to see more of the big companies getting on board.
Australian Open Source Industry & Community Report
By: Jinx  on: Wed 09 of April, 2008 17:48 CST  (1918 Reads)
Waugh Partners have posted their findings on the Australian Open Source Industry & Community Census 2007.

Check it out here.
Page: 1/6 Next Page Last Page
1 2 3 4 5 6