Developer Linux News for Jun 18, 1999
TechWeb: Linux Expected To Steal Show At
Lotus DevCon (Jun 18, 1999, 18:37)
"A special guest appearance by Linus Torvalds at Lotus
Development's Developer's Conference '99 in San Francisco next week
marks an about face in the vendor's platform-support strategy."
Atipa to Sponsor ZD Open Source Forum (Jun 18, 1999, 15:26)
Jason Talley, President and CEO of Atipa Linux Solutions, will
be a panelist at the Forum.
Brave GNU World, Issue #4 (Jun 18, 1999, 14:19)
This issue further explains why the author prefers GPL over LGPL, introduces Aegis, GNU Enscript and Ted. Don't miss the call for "We use GNU" logo at the end. (Thanks to Linux Today reader, Isaac To.)
National Post: Old interference for a new economy (Jun 18, 1999, 13:38)
"... the newly formed Canada Europe Round Table -- a group of 28
major Canadian and European companies -- had its agenda partially
hijacked by Ottawa-based Corel, which is promoting the Linux
PC World News: Torvalds: Where Linux Leads (Jun 18, 1999, 13:04)
"Linux inventor talks about the upcoming 3.0 kernel, which
software he runs, and why Microsoft (eventually) will hop on the
PC Week: Open-source guru to pay
call on Microsoft (Jun 18, 1999, 12:47)
"Open-source guru Eric Raymond is heading to Microsoft Corp.'s
Redmond, Wash., campus Monday, hoping to convince the software
giant to change its proprietary ways."
VARBusiness: Linux Developer Tool To Ship This Summer (Jun 18, 1999, 11:21)
"Cygnus Solutions will launch a graphical Linux application
development program Monday at PC Expo in New York."
Could Open Source Software Help Prevent Sabotage? (Jun 18, 1999, 11:07)
Linux Today reader Miko Wakabayashi has been doing a little
thinking about an article she just read.
BW: Corel Corporation Releases Preliminary Financial Results for Second
Quarter 1999 (Jun 18, 1999, 10:36)
"Corel Corporation today announced that it expects to report
revenue for its second quarter ending May 31, 1999 of $70.5 million
and fully diluted earnings of $0.14 per share."
KDE development news (Jun 18, 1999, 00:56)
Covers the week June 9-15, 1999.
OS2 E-zine: StarOffice 5.1 - First Looks (Jun 18, 1999, 00:29)
"To shorten our impressions of StarOffice 5.1 to three words: we
LinuxPR: The Casbah Project Releases Casbah 0.1.1 (Jun 18, 1999, 00:07)
"The goal of The Casbah Project is to build a free software web
application framework, allowing developers to build Web
applications rapidly and effectively."