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Developer Linux News for Oct 11, 2007

  • Plone's Open Source Community is Strong as Ever (Oct 11, 2007, 20:30)
    CMSWire: "It is impossible to understand the value of Plone the product without having a sense of Plone the community..."

  • Measuring Process Scheduler Performance (Oct 11, 2007, 17:30)
    KernelTrap: "'As far as my testsystem goes, v2.6.23 beats v2.6.22.9 in sysbench,; explained Ingo Molnar in response to a posting showing the opposite results..."

  • First Look: IBM's Symphony Office Suite (Oct 11, 2007, 17:00)
    PC World: "Its new Lotus Symphony office suite--now available as a public beta--does much of what the $400 Standard edition of Microsoft Office does, only at a much better price: It's free..."

  • Embedded Development Goes Virtual (Oct 11, 2007, 16:30)
    internetnews.com: "A potential pitfall for embedded developers is actually determining what silicon and what board to use. It can turn into a time and money pit..."

  • Managing MySQL Table Relations with Rails' Active Record Association Types (Oct 11, 2007, 11:15)
    Developer.com: "In this installment, I'll delve deeper these features, showing you how Active Record can help you to manage table relations more effectively than ever..."

  • Experiments with GUPnP (Oct 11, 2007, 09:45)
    A Potted Account of Ross' Life: "Now that through black magic, voodoo, and a working network driver I have Avahi working on my NAS and UPnP working on my SoundBridge, I can get back to the task of learning a bit about GUPnP..."

  • The FOSS Project Marketing HowTo: Start At Home (Oct 11, 2007, 03:00)
    Blue-GNU: "At the Recent Ohio (GNU)LinuxFest, I talked about the importance of promoting your FOSS projects, covering some of the tasks project teams need to engage in, working with the press, and handling negative publicity..."