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Developer Linux News for Apr 22, 2001

  • Linux.com: Interview with Telsa Gwynne (Apr 22, 2001, 23:00)
    Bastien Nocera interviews Telsa Gwynne: "Gwynne was first brought to the light of the Linux community by her diary dubbed the other side of the story, in which she logs her whereabouts, making an accurate diary unlike her husband's, the kernel hacker Alan Cox. She took some time from the scheduled talks at GUADEC2 in Denmark to talk with me, thanks a lot Telsa."

  • NYTimes: State of the Art: If Typing Won't Do, Speak Up (Apr 22, 2001, 20:00)
    David Pogue looks at the state of the art in voice-recognition software, including a look at ViaVoice, which is available in a Linux version.

  • VARBusiness: Linux 2.5 Due In 2002 (Apr 22, 2001, 19:00)
    "'There's not a lot of desktop [enhancements]; there's a lot more focus on the server space,' said Ts'o, adding that a new networking device interface, improved networking performance and asynchronous I/O support will elevate Linux's stature in the corporate world."

  • Alan Cox: Linux 2.4.3-ac12 (Apr 22, 2001, 17:59)
    Released with no commentary.

  • LinuxProgramming: PyQt v2.4 (Python Bindings for Qt) released (Apr 22, 2001, 16:34)
    PyQt v2.4 (the Python bindings for the Qt cross-platform GUI toolkit) is now available for download.

  • LinuxProgramming: New Python 2.12 RPMs available (Apr 22, 2001, 13:00)
    Through a quirk in RPM, the 2.1-2 RPMs still had pymalloc enabled. Sean Reifschneider has configured some new RPMs to address this.

  • LinuxLookup.com: IBM Websphere Homepage Builder 4.0 for Linux (Apr 22, 2001, 11:00)
    "Although the program was relatively easy to use and install I just can't recommend anything that was recycled from the MS Windows Platform using wine. If a version was compiled for Linux, cost under $70USD, and ran as well as this one did I'd probably go for it. IBM has version 5 out for Windows and it would do them good to have a native Linux version. Although I didn't find any bugs I'm sure that there are a few since it needs wine to run. If it cost only $35USD I'd probably purchase it. I personally didn't like seeing the infamous C:\ when I went to either open or save my website."