Developer Linux News for Jul 26, 2000
PRNewswire: Flatland Announces the Open Source Release of 3DML (Jul 26, 2000, 23:01)
"In an ongoing effort to foster developer and builder expansion
of 3DML, the release of the 3DML source code follows the release
earlier this year of Flatland's Blockset format."
LinuxWorld: Email Evolution - Early version is pretty, but still rough (Jul 26, 2000, 22:08)
"I was a little surprised by the speed. In less than half a
second, Evolution had sifted through all 650 messages and presented
the two that contained the search term."
Sybase.com: Adaptive Server Enterprise for Linux Download Page [Sybase ASE 188.8.131.52ESD#6] (Jul 26, 2000, 21:47)
"Software is FREE for development as well as Deployment. The
License Agreement has been updated to include FreeBSD
Python-URL! for July 26, 2000 (Jul 26, 2000, 20:24)
"Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language."
LinuxPR: MacMillan Owns Retail Market With Linux-Mandrake OS (Jul 26, 2000, 19:57)
"Distributor and Publishing Partners Continue to Gain Market
KDE.org: On Themes and Icons [in KDE 2.0] (Jul 26, 2000, 16:49)
"In addition to native KDE2 themes, we are pleased to announce
that KDE now supports GTK pixmap-themes. ... In KDE2, icons are
themable as well."
CNET News.com: Microsoft: Appeal should be heard by lower court (Jul 26, 2000, 16:22)
"The filing is the latest move by the software giant in its
fight to avoid being split into two or more companies."
Linux.com: The Scott Fritzinger interview - July 25th, 2000 (Jul 26, 2000, 14:07)
"gPhoto provides a way for people to use their digital cameras
under Linux and other platforms. It allows a user to retrieve
photos from over 130 different models of digital cameras."
Open Source IT: Radio Free Linux (Jul 26, 2000, 13:06)
"Inspired by a belief that people shouldn't have to pay for
expensive software to be able to broadcast online, a group of
developers is offering open source software as an alternative to
the commercially available streaming media servers."
LinuxPlanet: .comment: Putting KDE in Its Place (Jul 26, 2000, 12:37)
"Here we are, a few weeks away from the release of a new version
of KDE, and once again there's a virtual Trevi Fountain of
urination tournaments over where in the Linux file system KDE
Canada Computes: Commodore emulator lets you adore your 64 once more (Jul 26, 2000, 11:46)
"That emulator is VICE. Not only does it emulate the C64, it
emulates other Commodore machines such as the C128, the Vic20 and,
the first computer I ever used, the Commodore Pet"
NdustriX: Open Source Software For Industrial Market Metrics (Jul 26, 2000, 09:09)
"Although a very simple model is presented to analyze the
dynamics of the Electronic industry's markets, there is, probably,
reasonable evidence presented that the market segments do, indeed,
have fractal characteristics."
MobileLINUX.com Interview: Aaron Toney, CEO Circus Systems (Jul 26, 2000, 06:32)
"The *nix's have been mature enough to offer a viable
alternative OS on the desktop for years. Now, however, they have a
whole new vehicle for which they are not only viable, but are the
logical best choice. That vehicle is wearables."