Developer Linux News for Mar 15, 2002
NewsForge: DotGNU Project Looks for Ideas, Developers During 36-hour IRC Meet-a-thon (Mar 15, 2002, 20:31)
"DotGNU , a Free Software Web services project that's a response
to Microsoft's .NET, is hosting a 36-hour marathon IRC meet-a-thon
this weekend aimed at interested developers and experienced
contributors to hash over some issues." [Link updated.
Minutes of the GNOME Board Meeting March 12, 2002 (Mar 15, 2002, 19:01)
Noteworthy: By-law discussions; new methods of development;
annual meeting of GNOME Foundation; more.
LinuxPlanet: Bynari Compatability: Linux Software Vendor Provides Exchange Emulation (Mar 15, 2002, 17:30)
If you have a network full of Outlook clients, and would love to
replace Exchange without a mass-client migration or a lot of hassle
on the server, then a new plug-in for Outlook may be of interest to
you. Bill von Hagen reports on the InsightConnector and how it can
enable you to toss out Exchange seamlessly.
Alan Cox: Linux 2.4.19pre3-ac1 (Mar 15, 2002, 15:45)
Changelogs, link within.
Alan Cox: Linux 2.2.21-rc2 (Mar 15, 2002, 15:03)
Changelog, link within.
LinuxProgramming: Red Hat and NEC Release GNU C Complier for NEC's VR5500 MIPS-based Platform (Mar 15, 2002, 11:00)
"The Red Hat engineering team performed a study of the GNU C
compiler created for NEC, using a collection of benchmarks provided
by the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC)."
LinuxPR: RidgeRun Enables Broad, Commercial Embedded Linux Usage for Developers (Mar 15, 2002, 08:02)
RidgeRun makes dynamic link support available with its newly
released Board Support Package (BSP) for Texas Instruments'
GNU TeXmacs 1.0 Released (Mar 15, 2002, 05:00)
"GNU TeXmacs is a free, scientific text editor, which was
inspired by both TeX and GNU Emacs. The editor allows you to write
structured documents via a user-friendly, WYSIWYG
LinuxPR: theKompany.com Announces Seventh Aethera Beta (version 0.9.7) (Mar 15, 2002, 01:00)
"New releases will start to come much more frequently now. This
release includes lots of bug fixes and speed improvements as well
as updating the embedded Korganizer component to version