Developer Linux News for Sep 25, 2006
Linux.com: The Future of the Linux Terminal Server Project (Sep 25, 2006, 23:15)
"Distributed development makes open source tick, but sometimes
you just have to get people together in a room--which is what the
Linux Terminal Server Project did last weekend..."
SearchOpenSource: Microsoft's IIS 7 Will Aid PHP Developers' Linux Deployments (Sep 25, 2006, 21:45)
"Do you develop your PHP applications on Windows but deploy on
Linux? Microsoft is seeking to keep you on board for the
KernelTrap: Looking At 2.6.19, Refining the Development Process (Sep 25, 2006, 16:30)
"Andrew Morton posted his patch queue with numerous comments
about merge plans into the mainline kernel..."
LinuxPlanet: Software Compliance Gets Easier to Manage (Sep 25, 2006, 15:00)
"Software license compliance is not one of those issues that
just leaps out and screams for assistance, but if you are running a
software development shop with multiple projects with multiple
developers on each project, license compliance is a very serious
issue to contemplate indeed..."
ze_dinosaur: Boy, Am I Sick of Renaming This Thing (Sep 25, 2006, 13:30)
"So the Mozilla Corporation has asked [the Debian Project] to
stop using the name 'Firefox' in our version of Firefox, unless we
use the fox on a globe logo..."
Torvalds: An Ode to GPLv2 (Sep 25, 2006, 12:45)
From the Linux Kernel Mailing List: "So without further
ado, here's my personal 'reply' to the the GPLv3 position
statement. It's obviously not meant to repudiate James' text in any
way, it's just an alternate view on the same questions..."
Linux.com: GPL Passes Acid Test in German Court (Sep 25, 2006, 12:00)
"In a landmark victory for the GPL license, a civil court in
Germany has ruled against D-Link Germany GmbH for violating the
terms of the most popular free software license..."
Andrew Morton: Linux 2.6.18-mm1 (Sep 25, 2006, 03:00)
Incremental changelog, links within.
developerWorks: Building a CDT-Based Editor, Part 2: Presenting Text in the CDT (Sep 25, 2006, 00:00)
"This article, the second in a 'Building a CDT-based editor'
series, introduces text presentation in the Eclipse C/C++
Development Tooling (CDT)..."