Developer Linux News for Feb 21, 2002
VNUNet.com: Apache on warpath over Java licence
(Feb 21, 2002, 20:58)
"[The Apache Software Foundation] issued a statement last week
which called on Sun to discontinue licences prohibiting Java
compatible open source implementations, and make compatibility
testing more accessible."
Alan Cox: Linux 2.4.18-rc2-ac2 (Feb 21, 2002, 20:37)
Changelog, link within.
LinuxPlanet: The StartX Files: Between the Sheets with Anyware (Feb 21, 2002, 19:35)
If thin clients or remote access are key to your organization's
operation, VistaSource's Anyware Spreadsheets may be one to look at
thanks to its choice of a traditional desktop application or the
Java-based Anyware Office, meant to bring a solid (if underpowered)
application to desktops everywhere -- regardless of operating
system. Brian Proffitt wraps up the 'Between the Sheets' series and
prepares to crown a winner.
LinuxProgramming: Jeff Garzik: Doing the BK Thing, Penguin-Style (Bitkeeper for Kernel Developers) (Feb 21, 2002, 16:55)
Jeff Garzik provides a set of notes on how to use Bitkeeper to
participate in Linux kernel development: "This set of notes is
intended mainly for kernel developers, occasional or full-time, but
sysadmins and power users may find parts of it useful as well."
Kernel Cousin KDE #32 by Aaron J. Seigo (Feb 21, 2002, 10:59)
KDE is a powerful Open Source graphical desktop environment for
Unix workstations. It combines ease of use, contemporary
functionality, and outstanding graphical design with the
technological superiority of the Unix operating system.
Kernel Cousin GNUe #16 by Peter Sullivan (Feb 21, 2002, 07:58)
Weekly summary of the GNU Enterprise Project, "Putting the
'Free' back in 'free enterprise'."
Gnome 2.0 BETA "20022002 - Yay for trenary!" released (Feb 21, 2002, 05:13)
"This is a note to say that Gnome 2.0 Beta '20022002 - Yay for
trenary!' has beed released." Link within.