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Developer Linux News for Aug 27, 2002

  • ZDNet: Mozilla Upgrade Sees Need for Speed (Aug 27, 2002, 23:00)
    More information on today's release of Mozilla 1.1: "Some users may want to stick to version 1.0, however, which the organization still flags as its most stable release. A few users have reported bugs persisting in version 1.1, some of which were ironed out of version 1.0 when that software was being finalized..."

  • Update: Netscape 7.0 for Linux Available for Download (Aug 27, 2002, 21:51)
    A special bulletin from one of our readers: Netscape 7.0 for Linux appears to be available for download. [The link has been shut down by Netscape. -ed.]

  • Linus Torvalds: Linux 2.5.32 (Aug 27, 2002, 20:02)
    Changelog, link within.

  • Mozilla.org: Mozilla 1.1 Released (Aug 27, 2002, 14:30)
    The latest release of Mozilla has been announced today. Release notes excerpts, links within.

  • AbiWord Weekly News #106 by Eric A. Zen (Aug 27, 2002, 08:30)
    "An interesting week for AbiDevelopment, particularly in our own Mark Gilbert, who, on top of squashing four bugs, has also brought about the long awaited, 'Dom owes donuts.' MG made a noticeable commit to HEAD that was meant to clean up a few things for various operating systems--'misfeatures' caused by Dom..."

  • Tcl-URL! Weekly Tcl News and Links (August 26) (Aug 27, 2002, 07:00)
    All the latest news from the Tcl world.

  • Release Digest: GNOME, August 26, 2002 (Aug 27, 2002, 05:00)
    Today's GNOME apps: gcompressor 1.2-1, gnome-mlview 0.0.2, and ggv 1.99.90.

  • ZDNet: The Perfect Linux Desktop [Mini-series] (Aug 27, 2002, 01:00)
    "Fueled in part by Microsoft's grip on the desktop market, corporate interest in Linux as a desktop alternative continues to gain momentum. Though there are still hurdles to face for corporate adoption, products such as Ximian Evolution and StarOffice are helping to make the Linux desktop a corporate reality..."