Developer Linux News for Feb 22, 1999
ZDNet: Charles Lingo: Microsoft's worst enemy (Feb 22, 1999, 22:40)
"The man who put a face on the California class-action monopoly
pricing lawsuit against Microsoft "
Gnumeric "Simplified Bonobo" 0.14 is out (Feb 22, 1999, 22:31)
Release early, release often as they say. Two hours ago,
0.13 was released. We have have
Linux kernel 2.2.2 released (Feb 22, 1999, 21:28)
The latest production kernel is now available.
MAVERIK Open Source Virtual Reality system released (Feb 22, 1999, 20:38)
Maverik is free, Open Source software released under the GNU
Public Licence, and is released with full source code,
documentation and example programs.
Gnumeric "Superstitious Bonobo" 0.13 is out (Feb 22, 1999, 20:27)
Gnumeric is the spreadsheet program for the GNOME desktop.
PCWorld: Users Sue Microsoft for Anticompetitive Practices (Feb 22, 1999, 20:17)
"California plaintiff says Microsoft bundling forces double
purchases of apps."
New On-line OS Count available (Feb 22, 1999, 14:26)
New count shows strong Linux OS dominance has strengthened since
Official KDE 1.1 rpms for
SuSE Linux 6.0 now available. (Feb 22, 1999, 12:14)
KDE 1.1 has been a great improvement. New applications have been
added and old applications have been improved und speeded up.
PC Week: Keep priorities straight for new millennium (Feb 22, 1999, 08:27)
In this article, the author rates the current events by the
impact they could have in the near future. Linux is given the 2nd
most significant impact, right behind Y2K.
ZDNN: Linux lovers unite! (Feb 22, 1999, 08:22)
"Those hoping to get money back for their unused operating
systems during Windows Refund Day met with locked elevators at
Microsoft's Foster City, Calif., offices."
BeOS Filesystem Driver Released For Linux (Feb 22, 1999, 07:12)
It patches into 2.2.x and is licensed under the GPL
SJ Mercury: The end of the Microsoft Age (Feb 22, 1999, 01:31)
"Strangely, or perhaps fittingly, as we lurch toward the end of
the decade, the Microsoft Age has sputtered, fizzled, with little
fanfare. The Linux Penguin is a much more apt symbol of the
Free Software, Open Source? I like "Free Source" (Feb 22, 1999, 00:18)
Can't we get the best of both worlds? Here's an opinion piece by