Developer Linux News for Sep 27, 2002
Release Digest: GNU, September 27, 2002 (Sep 27, 2002, 23:30)
Today's GNU app: Automake 1.7.
Release Digest: GNOME, September 27, 2002 (Sep 27, 2002, 23:30)
Today's GNOME apps: Quick Lounge 0.93 and GTK+ C++ Object
Development Environment 1.0 Beta-4.
ZDNet Australia: Will Open Source Kill Off the CMS Money Pit? (Sep 27, 2002, 20:30)
"Open source gurus comment on content management system
enterprise adoption, the effects of OSS, and understanding
PR: UnitedLinux 1.0 Beta Version Available for Download (Sep 27, 2002, 16:00)
"The UnitedLinux 1.0 open beta source code is now available for
download at no charge..." Press release within.
MSNBC: The World's First AOL Computer? (Sep 27, 2002, 14:30)
"This computer could turn out to be a very big deal. Not so much
because it's the first under-$200 new PC to hit the marketplace or
because it runs a version of Linux which can run some Windows
programs--but because the idea had been embraced by the number one
Salon.com: Profits from Piracy (Sep 27, 2002, 11:00)
"Evidence is mounting that cracking down on software copyright
infringement may not be good for business. Case study: Microsoft in
China." And how open source fits into the equation.
CrossNodes: Remote Control for Everybody: VNC Crosses Networks and Platforms (Sep 27, 2002, 09:00)
"But wait, you say, what about the X protocol itself? X is nice,
it has been called a network protocol that draws pictures. However
it is bandwidth-hungry, and works best on Unix machines..."
Release Digest: GNOME, September 26, 2002 (Sep 27, 2002, 05:00)
Today's GNOME app: netspeed_applet 0.5.
LinuxWorld: How to get IBM ViaVoice Dictation Running on Red Hat 7.3 (Sep 27, 2002, 03:00)
"The boxed version of IBM's ViaVoice Dictation for Linux is one
of the most poorly delivered commercial offerings I have seen for
Linux or any other platform. If you need voice recognition
software, get Mandrake or SuSE, which bundle ViaVoice
MacCentral: Apple Open-Sources Rendezvous, Offers New Darwin Build (Sep 27, 2002, 01:00)
"The company hopes that by releasing the source code to the open
source community, it will hasten support for the technology..."