Developer Linux News for Jun 22, 1999
LinuxPower.org: Gnomish bi-weekly news (Jun 22, 1999, 18:44)
"... aims to bring you the latest development news and rumors
from the fantastic world of GNOME and Gtk..."
FairfaxIT: Now you're talking (Jun 22, 1999, 18:33)
"more than 40 open source developers gathered in Melbourne for
the Australian Unix Users' Group's (AUUG's) inaugural Open Source
Forbes: Corel pins its hopes on cheap PCs, Linux (Jun 22, 1999, 18:33)
"We're bringing an awful lot to the Linux party," says
Presswire: IBM contributes technology for developing multilingual applications (Jun 22, 1999, 17:47)
"IBM today made it easier for developers to create multilingual
applications by offering free and public access to the source code
for software that enables applications to work in different
languages and countries."
TechWeb: Corporate Users Consider Linux (Jun 22, 1999, 14:48)
"As PC Expo opened here Tuesday, some of the show attendees who
make billion-dollar decisions on what technology to use in business
are considering whether free software is worth the price."
BW: Open Multimedia Protocol Alliance Merges with International Softswitch Consortium (Jun 22, 1999, 12:50)
"... combine their efforts in promoting industry support for
open standards and protocols that will provide the foundation for
most voice over IP products and services..."
BW: GoAhead WebServer 2.0 Now Available (Jun 22, 1999, 12:42)
"Open Source Embedded Web Server Features New Ports and Improved
BW: IDG World Expo Announces Keynote Speakers for LinuxWorld Conference & Expo August (Jun 22, 1999, 12:36)
"Look for presentations from industry notables..."
PIKT, Problem Informant/Killer Tool, v1.5.0 Released (Jun 22, 1999, 11:09)
"PIKT is a complete, multi-functional, and centrally managed
scripting environment that comprises: an embedded scripting
language; a sophisticated script preprocessor, scheduler, and
installer; and other useful tools."
CNET News.com: SGI underscores Linux commitment (Jun 22, 1999, 10:52)
"Linux... continues to take the computing world by storm... Now
the software seems to be making a claim for top billing at
Gamespot UK: Macmillan Brings Games to Linux (Jun 22, 1999, 03:56)
"Macmillan Computer Publishing (MCP) is making sure Linux gamers
aren't left in the cold by announced the addition of Quake, Quake
II, and Civilization: Call to Power to its Linux product lineup."
Next Generation: Linux's Big Game Debut (Jun 22, 1999, 03:33)
"Loki Entertainment Software... President Scott Draeker... is
hell-bent on making Loki the name in Linux games."
PRNewswire: eSoft Inks redphish Licensing Pact With HP (Jun 22, 1999, 02:45)
"We are particularly excited about working with... HP for the
delivery of Linux-based applications and embedded systems."