Stone wall textures can be used to create beautiful backgrounds to websites, flyers, posters, wallpapers, and more. This free set includes 5 high res textures taken from different stone walls. We hope that you will be able to put them to work for you in your own designs.
This set of textures is free for use on both personal and commercial projects. No attribution is required, but links back to this page will always be appreciated. The textures cannot be distributed at other websites or sold.
The Fedora Project officially served up their “Beefy Miracle” today. The announcement, chock full of hot dog references, introduced the new release, “At the heat of a thousand hot dog cookers, the seventeenth release of Fedora shall be forged by contributors the world over, and it will be known as: Beefy Miracle. The mustard shall indicate progress.”
The list of new features is extensive, or “the beefiest… ever” as it includes “both over- and under-the-bun improvements that show off the power and flexibility of the advancing state of free (range) software.” The 60+ new featu
As open source software continues to proliferate in businesses and large enterprises, it gets ever harder to track exactly which components are being used and whether they’re being used in compliance with licenses. This is no small issue. Only a couple of years ago, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst predicted that soon 100 percent of significant software platforms and applications will contain open source components. With a nod to tracking and compliance of installed open source software, The Linux Foundation has announced the availability of The Linux Foundation FOSS Bar Code Tracker. Here is how
Regularly, we at OStatic round up our own collections of open source resources, tutorials, free open source books, reviews, product comparisons and project tours. These educational toolkits are an essential part of the learning mission we try to preserve at the site. Whether you’re looking for resources for working with and enjoying online video and audio, Linux tutorials, offbeat open source applications, or other items of interest, we have quite a few interesting collections on this site.
Outside of OStatic, there are also many useful resource collections. In this post, you’ll find an u
Today The Document Foundation released the latest version of their Open Source office productivity suite. This release comes with lots of bug fixes and something everybody loves: improved performance. In fact, the release announcement claims that one could experience as much as 100% better performance.
The announcement attributes this amazing improvement to “the combined result of the many code optimizations executed during the last months and the bug and regression chasing activity performed regularly by volunteers and developers.” Developers spent last year chasing down and eliminating