Developer Linux News for Jul 31, 2003
eWeek: Intel Joins Open-Source Tools Consortium (Jul 31, 2003, 22:00)
"Intel Corp. Wednesday announced it has joined the Eclipse
Consortium of vendors offering an open-source application
SD Times: A Timetable for Evidence (Jul 31, 2003, 20:30)
"The two sides in the SCO Group's lawsuit against IBM Corp. over
Unix intellectual property rights have agreed on a schedule of
pretrial events, making moot an Aug. 13 conference to do just
LinuxPlanet: Tux on the Telly: An Open DVR Product (Jul 31, 2003, 19:00)
"In a world where hardware vendors erect very stringent walls to
protect their precious products from being modified, customized, or
otherwise hacked, it is a bit refreshing to hear about a company
that wants people to be able to do all of those things to its
product. And the pleasure factor goes way up when you take into
account the fact that the product is really, really cool..."
ONLamp: Is Linksys Shirking the GPL? (Jul 31, 2003, 10:00)
"So, naturally curious, I wanted to find out what Linksys had to
do to get Zebra running on this hardware. I stopped by the Linksys
'GPL Code Center,' and downloaded their zebra archive..."
Santa Rosa Press-Democrat: Q&A: 'Open Source' Software Benefits All (Jul 31, 2003, 08:30)
Local newspaper from the town next door interviews CJ Rayhill,
CEO and executive vice president at O'Reilly and Associates on the
topic of open source.
LinuxPR: Picnic and Barbecue Celebrate Linux's 12th Birthday (Jul 31, 2003, 05:30)
Four Linux Users Groups are coordinating the 3rd annual Linux
anniversary picnic in Sunnyvale, California, on Saturday, August
The Age: AUUG Annual Conference in September (Jul 31, 2003, 05:30)
"The Australian UNIX and Open Systems User Group will hold its
annual national conference in Sydney from September 3 to 5, AUUG
treasurer Gordon Hubbard said today..."
Release Digest: GNOME, July 30, 2003 (Jul 31, 2003, 05:00)
Today's GNOME apps: Ninth release of PythonCAD and GtkGLExt