Developer Linux News for Dec 31, 1999
CNET News.com: Gateway unloads Amiga name (Dec 31, 1999, 19:44)
"...Gateway signed a deal to sell its Amiga trademarks and
computer systems to Amino Development Corp. ..."
The Standard: Disorder in the Court over DVD (Dec 31, 1999, 19:04)
"Linux enthusiasts claim the code was not meant to facilitate
illegal copying or to disseminate copyrighted material. A DVD need
not be decoded to be copied, the courtroom protesters pointed
LinuxPR: Japanese WordMage Suite Enhanced For Students And Schools (Dec 31, 1999, 18:16)
"All The Applications You Need In One Great Package."
Linux Gazette #49 (January 2000) is available (Dec 31, 1999, 17:44)
"Linux Gazette...Making Linux just a little more fun!"
ZDNET: Feedback Center: Linux Survey (Dec 31, 1999, 16:44)
"Do you want to tell ZDNET how you feel about their Linux
LinuxPR: Easy Software Products Releases HTMLDOC v1.8.4 (Dec 31, 1999, 16:39)
"HTMLDOC is provided under the GNU General Public License."
LinuxPR: Quake III Arena for Linux Now Shipping (Dec 31, 1999, 16:38)
"Quake III Arena for Linux, The smorgasbord of slaughter has
come to Linux!"
LinuxPR: Yellow Dog Linux Gone Home Sneak Preview at Mac World! (Dec 31, 1999, 16:36)
"Yellow Dog Linux Gone Home Technology Preview at Mac
CNET News.com: Netscape updating current browser while new version lags (Dec 31, 1999, 16:26)
"Netscape Communications will shortly release a new and improved
version of Communicator, but it promises to be a big disappointment
for fans anxiously awaiting the long-promised fifth generation of
the Web browser."
32BitsOnline: SUN vs. BlackDown and Y2K Wishes (Dec 31, 1999, 07:35)
"You mean that someone at the Open Source Developer's Best
Friend, the same ones that hung up the banner at Comdex stating
that "Scott Mcnealy doesn't want your money" FORGOT to credit the
Blackdown team for their critical and irreplaceable expertise in
getting this Java Development Kit out the door?"
Quicknet.net: Quicknet Releases Internet Telephony Drivers GPL! (Dec 31, 1999, 00:14)
"Quicknet has both PSTN and POTS interface cards suitable for a
wide range of Internet Telephony and general-purpose telephony