Articles by Carla Schroder 

Free, Open, Eating Its Young

Opinion: The recent Cathy Sierra dustup shocked lots of people, but it was hardly an isolated incident. Are the same sorts of things going on in the Free/Open Source Software community at large?

CentOS 5: Linux for Grownups

The CentOS project may be careful not to name Red Hat as its upstream source, but that doesn't detract from the quality of the distribution.

VoIPowering Your Office: Painless Polycom Provisioning

Before your phones will work, you have to configure your DNS. Once that's done, the rest is childsplay.

Better Wi-Fi on the Linux Horizon

Wireless support in Linux has been "good enough" for some time. An all-new WLAN stack promises something better than "o.k."

Lost in the Groupware Forest? Light a LAMP

Not everyone needs a full collaboration suite, but that doesn't stop developers from trying to sell us one. There's hope, though, with simple and powerful eGroupWare.

VoIPower Your Office: Polycom and SipX´┐ŻLike a Horse and Carriage

SipX gives you numerous endpoint choices. Consider these two feature-filled desk phones from phone specialist Polycom.

Tips and Tricks for Linux Admins: OpenVPN & PKI

Managing OpenSSL certificates can be tricky and error-prone. Here are some tips on making it less painful.

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