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Developer Linux News for Nov 15, 2004

  • Anders Carlsson: The Future of GNOME APIs (Nov 15, 2004, 23:30)
    Two blog entries from Imendio's Anders Carlsson shed some light on the development plan for the GNOME subsystem. Links within.

  • Linus Torvalds: Linux 2.6.10-rc2 (Nov 15, 2004, 14:27)
    "Ok, the -rc2 changes are almost as big as the -rc1 changes, and we should now calm down, so I do not want to see anything but bug-fixes until 2.6.10 is released. Otherwise we'll never get there..."

  • Java.net: Through the Looking Glass (Nov 15, 2004, 05:30)
    "What follows is my interview with Hideya Kawahara, creator of Project Looking Glass..."

  • Release Digest: KDE, November 14, 2004 (Nov 15, 2004, 04:45)
    This weekend's KDE apps: Konverter 0.92-alpha1, rkward 0.3.0, KCpuSpeed 0.9, klicker 1.0, kodicefiscale 3.0, Filelight 1.0-beta5, logviewer 0.91, KShutDown 0.4.0, Kommander 1.1development2, KPoGre 1.2.5, kmodemlights 0.5, QtiPlot 0.4.5-2, kio_p7zip 0.1, kio_rar 0.3, KAutoClick 0.1, Katiuska 0.1, and KNetLoad 2.3 & 20041104.

  • Release Digest: GNOME, November 14, 2004 (Nov 15, 2004, 04:45)
    This weekend's GNOME apps: Coaster 0.1.1, GNOME-Fx 1.0.0, Leafpad 0.7.6, gPHPEdit 0.9.50, LircNav 0.0.3, Gaim 1.0.3, DVDStyler 1.3 beta, Rubrica 1.0.13, Cornfed SIP User Agent 0.4.9, gURLChecker 0.8rc5, London Law 0.1.0, Terminal 0.1.10, libral 0.35.1, DrQueue 0.54.1, GChemPaint 0.4.7, and xlog 0.9.11.

  • Release Digest: Distributions, November 14, 2004 (Nov 15, 2004, 04:45)
    This weekend's distributions: RUNT Linux 4.0, OpenLab GNU/Linux 3.2, and BIG LINUX 2.0 Beta 3.

  • NewsForge: Java and Open Source (Nov 15, 2004, 01:00)
    "Recent debates about open sourcing Java overlook the unique character of programming languages: the open source code that is written in a language is often more important than the open source status of the language itself..."