Developer Linux News for May 27, 2004
LinuxWorld Australia: Project Beehive has BEA pondering Eclipse, NetBeans (May 27, 2004, 23:30)
"If joining these initiatives could result in production of more
Beehive Controls, then BEA would consider participating, Willis
said during an interview at the BEA eWorld 2004 conference on
The Register: Sun to Share 3-D Stash with Developers (May 27, 2004, 19:00)
"Software developers will soon have their chance to smoke what
Sun Microsystems is rolling..."
LinuxInsider: Linux-Based Servers: Rise of the Penguin (May 27, 2004, 17:30)
"Thanks to a plump little sea bird, a full-length 3D animated
motion picture from a major Hollywood studio will soon be coming to
a movie screen near you..."
PC Pro: Linux Code Certification Will Not Prevent Legal Action, Says Analyst (May 27, 2004, 16:00)
"Linus Torvalds and the Open Source Development Lab's new
submission process for developers contributing code to the Linux
kernel may not be the panacea they hope, an industry analyst has
Andrew Morton: Linux 2.6.7-rc1-mm1 (May 27, 2004, 14:27)
Changelog, links within.
developerWorks: Build Web Apps with Maypole (May 27, 2004, 11:30)
"Simon Cozens turns a love of beer into a Perl application
server--going from a simple front end to database servers, and
developing into a social-network Web application. He begins,
however, with the beer..."
developerWorks: Using Eclipse as a Development Environment with Jakarta Tomcat
(May 27, 2004, 07:00)
"Using Eclipse as a development environment for Java is great.
Using an Eclipse Tomcat plug-in can help to better organize and
integrate your Java and Web development projects..."
The Register: Free Software Guru Speaks on Patents (May 27, 2004, 02:30)
"The core of Stallman's argument is that if companies are
allowed to patent software ideas, big business will ride roughshod
over the smaller players, and the free software movement will be
NewsForge: A Model for Open Source Software Development (May 27, 2004, 01:00)
"However, though a comparable model may not exist in the IT
sector, a parallel working model for open source already exists in
at least one other field, biomedical research, and this model has
been proven to be of great benefit to society..."