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Developer Linux News for Jul 10, 2003

  • ONLamp: The State of Open Source (Jul 10, 2003, 23:00)
    OScon: "Luminaries from the open source communities of Perl, Python, PHP, MySQL, Apache, and Linux each spoke for just under a half hour to present their take on the current state of their technology and where it is headed..."

  • Linus Torvalds: Linux 2.5.75 (Jul 10, 2003, 22:44)
    "Ok. This is it. We (Andrew and me) are going to start a "pre-2.6" series, where getting patches in is going to be a lot harder. This is the last 2.5.x kernel, so take note." Changelog and links within.

  • SearchEnterpriseLinux: Torvalds Talks 2.6.0 and SCO (Jul 10, 2003, 14:30)
    "The main advantage of moving to OSDL is that I don't have to feel guilty when I'm spending [an] inordinate amount of time on Linux..."

  • Release Digest: KDE, July 7, 2003 (Jul 10, 2003, 05:00)
    Today's KDE apps: KLogWatch 1.5, KBear 3.0alpha1, krename 2.8.0, KDocWriter 0.2, Space Hulk 1.4.3, Karamba Replica 0.21, Kaffeine 0.3.2, and Filelight 0.5.

  • Release Digest: GNU, July 9, 2003 (Jul 10, 2003, 05:00)
    Today's GNU app: Gawk 3.1.3.

  • Release Digest: GNOME, July 9, 2003 (Jul 10, 2003, 05:00)
    Today's GNOME app: GNOME War Pad 0.2.8.

  • MachineoftheMonth.org: More Advanced Video Effects (Jul 10, 2003, 04:00)
    "I'll talk a little about the toolkits that I use as a base and then discuss how they get incorporated into the scripts that must created in order to actually use them..."

  • Marcelo Tosatti: Linux 2.4.22-pre4 (Jul 10, 2003, 01:01)
    Incremental changelog, links within.

  • ONLamp: The State of Just About Everything at OScon (Jul 10, 2003, 01:00)
    OScon: "The second day of the 2003 O'Reilly Open Source Convention featured a couple dozen tutorials and no less than six keynotes on the progress of major free software projects: Perl, Python, PHP, MySQL, Apache, and Linux..."