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Monthly Stats – November 2011

Donations & Sponsorships: Many thanks to the following donors and sponsors for financially supporting Linux Mint: Donors: $151, Alan D. S. $150 (8th donation), Andreas S. aka “Unforgiving67“ $137.97, B. Nikola aka “Germmare“ $133.61, Eduardo

Monthly Stats – October 2011

Donations & Sponsorships: Many thanks to the following donors and sponsors for financially supporting Linux Mint: Donors: $700 (5th donation), Ian M. aka “bcc4foss“ $314.15, Andrew Coristine $205 (2nd donation), Internet Beacon $160 (2nd donation),

Monthly Stats – September 2011

Donations & Sponsorships: Many thanks to the following donors and sponsors for financially supporting Linux Mint: Donors: $100 (6th donation), Andreas S. aka “Unforgiving67“ $100 (5th donation), Gregor M. $100 (3rd donation), J.-Yves Lortie aka

Monthly Stats – August 2011

Donations & Sponsorships: Many thanks to the following donors and sponsors for financially supporting Linux Mint: Donors: $150 (5th donation), Andreas S. $138.8, Anton D. $100 (4th donation), Gregor M. $100 (2nd donation), Joseph C.

Monthly Stats – July 2011

Donations & Sponsorships: Many thanks to the following donors and sponsors for financially supporting Linux Mint: Donors: $100 (5th donation), Jordan S. $100 (3rd donation), Bob Donnelly aka “rdonnelly” $100, Serge G. $75, Joseph C.

Linux Mint signs a partnership with eUKhost

Linux Mint signed a new partnership with eUKhost. The UK hosting company is now the number #1 Linux Mint sponsor and provides our project with a powerful dedicated server for a value of $894/month. eUKhost

Review: The Linux Experience

Review: On “The Linux Mint Experience”, Chema Martin wrote a long and interesting review of our latest release, Linux Mint 9 Isadora. His review raises very interesting points and gives us the opportunity to discuss

Weekly Newsletter – Issue 60

* News about Mint XFCE CE (stable) has been released Fluxbox CE (RC) will be released about a week later KDE CE RC1 was close to being stable. There was a tiny little glitch which

Visual Studio Code May 2020

Update 1.46.1: The update addresses these issues. Downloads: Windows: User System ARM | Mac | Linux: snap deb rpm tarball Welcome to the May 2020 release of Visual Studio Code. If you’d like to read

Visual Studio Code February 2020

Update 1.43.1: The update addresses these issues. Update 1.43.2: The update addresses these issues. Downloads: Windows: User System | Mac | Linux: snap deb rpm tarball Welcome to the February 2020 release of Visual Studio