Developer Linux News for Apr 14, 2005
Mad Penguin: Small But Mighty: Little Bricolage Carries a Huge Newsfeed (Apr 14, 2005, 23:30)
"Bricolage is an open source content management system (CMS)
which runs such prominent sites as MacWorld and the World Health
KernelTrap: Continued git Development (Apr 14, 2005, 22:45)
"Rapid git development continues, though most discussions have
moved from the lkml to a new git mailing list..."
CNET News: IBM on the Hunt for Firefox Programmers (Apr 14, 2005, 19:00)
"In the newest indication that Firefox has become mainstream,
IBM is trying to hire programmers to adapt the open-source Web
browser to work well with Big Blue's server software..."
Linux Magazine: Interview: Branden Robinson (Apr 14, 2005, 16:45)
"Before Robinson assumes the role of Project Leader, we asked if
he'd answer a few questions about his plans for the next year, and
his thoughts on some of the issues facing the Debian
ZDNet UK: Open Source Developers Step Up Anti-Patent Campaign (Apr 14, 2005, 16:00)
"Projects hope a taste of one possible future will spur people
LWN: An Injunction Against Fortinet for GPL Violations (Apr 14, 2005, 15:15)
"The gpl-violations.org project has uncovered violations by
Fortinet UK Ltd., the UK subsidiary of Fortinet Inc., of the GNU
General Public License (GPL)..."
DevX: Subversion Delivers Version Control that CVS Can't (Apr 14, 2005, 08:30)
"Subversion is an open-source version control tool that is
superior to CVS. Find out which CVS flaws Subversion rectifies, and
see how easy it is to start using this highly useful tool..."
The Register: The Larry and Linus Show: Personalities vs Principles? (Apr 14, 2005, 02:00)
"But it's no ordinary decision: for it pits friendship against
principle, the core of any great drama..."
ZDNet: IBM Controls Open Source License Question (Apr 14, 2005, 01:00)
"When I wrote about Computer Associates Senior VP Sam
Greenblatt's cunning plan, I assumed he wanted to replace the CDDL
with a template, and encourage companies to use template-based
licenses instead of BSD or GPL licenses..."