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At Bitcasa we’re committed to bringing our users infinite and secure cloud storage at an amazing price. But with a product like ours, you’re bound to have people wonder if we call upon the forbidden arts and wizardly ways to make it all possible.
Dan Wright, we’re here to quell your fears. While our instant streaming, automated backups and high security may feel like the supernatural — it’s not. But if Bitcasa isn’t buzzing with wizards and warlocks casting storage spells upon the cloud, then just what is in our magical potion? More >
By Ryan Paul | Published a day ago
The statistics released today show that the LibreOffice community is healthy and diverse. Red Hat and SUSE each account for a large chunk of development, but the volunteers collectively have a higher volume of commits than any of the corporate contributors. The total number of monthly commits tends to range from 1500-3000.
We’ve been tracking the twists and turns of the Dropbox mega funding round feeding frenzy for over a month now. In July Sarah Lacy wrote that they’d be raising $200 million to $300 million at a $5 billion or higher valuation. A week ago MG Siegler wrote that the auction process was over and Dropbox was considering bids as high as $10 billion.
The company has now chosen which investors will lead and participate in the round, we’ve heard from one of our sources. The final valuation will be less than $6 billion, and we’ve heard that the original estimates of a $200 million – $300 million round are still accurate. We do not yet know who’s leading the round or otherwise participating, but that information will probably become available soon.
In the end Dropbox didn’t choose the investor with the highest valuation bid, we’ve heard. Look for the round to close and be announced in the coming weeks.
XBMC is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media player and entertainment hub for digital media. XBMC is available for Linux, OSX, and Windows. Created in 2003 by a group of like minded programmers, XBMC is a non-profit project run and developed by volunteers located around the world. More than 50 software developers have contributed to XBMC, and 100-plus translators have worked to expand its reach, making it available in more than 30 languages. More >
Stable release 0.48.1 intended for production use is available:
- Source Tarball – .gz See README to install, or CompilingInkscape for troubleshooting help.
- Source Tarball Bzip – .bz2 See README to install, or CompilingInkscape for troubleshooting help.
- Mac OS X
- Windows – installer, portable, 7zip
Download any of the above (as well as .sig files and previous releases) at the Sourceforge Downloads page, or through your distro’s update capabilities.
Please let us know about packages for other platforms or distributions, and we will add them as we receive information.