Developer Linux News for Apr 04, 2007
Hoosier Penguin: Some Days You Get the Bear... (Apr 04, 2007, 23:15)
"Last week, I got wind of some issues regarding Samba's
relationship with Microsoft, and drew some conclusions about the
overall meaning of those issues. Unfortunately, it seems, my
conclusions were wrong..."
ZDNet: Debates Over GPLv3, Novell and Microsoft (Apr 04, 2007, 22:30)
"Granted, a blanket moratorium that lays down patent weaponry
all around WOULD be better... but how?"
InfoWorld: Guest Blog: Open Source Expert Speaks Out on GPLv3 (Apr 04, 2007, 21:45)
"Mark Radcliffe joins us this week to give his expert opinion on
the latest draft of GPLv3..."
iTWire: Miguel, Mono and Microsoft (Apr 04, 2007, 21:00)
"Of particular interest is the fact that nothing has been said
about the role which Mono will play in the deal..."
Groklaw: Interview with Richard Stallman on GPLv3 and More (Apr 04, 2007, 20:15)
"Sean Daly met up with Richard Stallman in Brussels, where
Stallman just gave a speech on the GPLv3 draft..."
Linux.com: Defence Statement Released in Israeli GPL Test (Apr 04, 2007, 15:45)
"The defence in the Jin vs. Ichessu case, in which the GNU
General Public License is being tested in Israeli court, has filed
a detailed defence..."
LinuxPlanet: GPLv3 Draft Comment Phase Begins (Apr 04, 2007, 15:00)
"Meanwhile, a Novell spokesperson said that, although Novell is
happy about a new 'grandfather' clause in the draft, the company
will talk with Microsoft about changing their agreement if the
final document ends up leading in that direction..."
Linux-Watch: FSF Releases New Draft of LGPLv3 (Apr 04, 2007, 13:30)
"On the heels of releasing the latest draft of the GPLv3, the
Free Software Foundation on April 3 released a new draft of the
LinuxWorld Australia: Mambo CMS Waltzes in New Leader (Apr 04, 2007, 08:15)
"The Mambo Foundation, the non-profit company behind the open
source Mambo content system, has appointed a new leader in an
apparent shift from community-style decision making to a more
traditional business hierarchy..."