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Developer Linux News for Aug 20, 2007

  • Sun Proposes GPL/CDDL Dual License for NetBeans (Aug 20, 2007, 18:00)
    Mark J. Wielaard Diary: "We are considering releasing a future early access version of NetBeans 6.0 under a dual licensing scheme of CDDL and GPL v2 with Classpath exception..."

  • OSI Email Group Gets Catty Over Microsoft's Permissive License Request (Aug 20, 2007, 12:45)
    Linux.com: "The OSI License-Discuss mailing list has been ablaze for the past few days since Microsoft submitted its Permissive License (MS-PL) to the OSI [Open Source Initiative] for official open source license approval..."

  • Red Hat Developer Studio First Contact (Aug 20, 2007, 12:00)
    Ideas+Software Engineering: "I wanted to migrate it to a JSF + RichFaces + Seam + Hibernate arquitecture, but I wanted to wait until Red Hat Developer Studio was released, since it supports every technology I want to use..."

  • Linux: Moving 4K Stacks Forward (Aug 20, 2007, 10:30)
    KernelTrap: "In a series of 5 patches, Jesper Juhl propsed moving 4K stacks from a debug feature to a non-debug feature, defaulting it to be enabled in the -mm tree..."

  • Informal Survey: Do Rewrites Really Fail? (Aug 20, 2007, 09:00)
    ONLamp: "In a now famous article by Joel Spolsky, he argues that you should never rewrite projects from scratch..."

  • RT Mailgate (Aug 20, 2007, 06:00)
    LinuxDevCenter: "I use RT as a request/bug tracker, but until recently hadn't set it up with an email address plugged directly into it..."

  • Constraints and Software Development (Aug 20, 2007, 05:30)
    ONLamp: "In comments on Sci Foo 2007, Tim O'Reilly wondered if giving Larry Wall a research job may have reduced his immediate practical concerns influencing the development of Perl 6..."