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Developer Linux News for Mar 10, 2009

  • Linux/Windows/Solaris: Who Owns the OS Future? (Mar 10, 2009, 22:33)
    Standards Blog: "The headline act, if you will, was announced this morning for the third annual Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, and it promises to be an interesting show: the Foundation's Jim Zemlin, Microsoft's Sam Ramji, and Sun's Ian Murdock, each giving their respective futures on the future of the operating system they represent - and, I expect, the others' as well."

  • Interview: Steve McIntyre of Debian (Mar 10, 2009, 18:01)
    The H Open: "hO: Lenny is out, which is great news. Debian has a history of very long release cycles, compared to other distros. "release when ready" is the project's motto. Will that be changing in the near future?
    SM: To a certain extent, that policy already has changed."

  • Google Summer of Code 2009 opens up with Melange (Mar 10, 2009, 16:31)
    Netstat -vat: "It's Summer! No it's not (but hey we can dream..) -- It is time though for another round of Google's Summer of Code (SoC). The SoC is an effort that first started in 2005 as an effort to get student involved in open source code development. Google provides a stipend to the student and to the mentoring organization that helps the student."

  • Review: Python Fundamentals (Video Training) (Mar 10, 2009, 02:01)
    A Million Chimpanzees: "Also, I can read much faster than a person can speak (that's not bragging, it's true of virtually anyone who can read normally) so in the same amount of time it takes to view a video training, I can read and (hopefully) absorb much more content. So what about Wesley Chun's Python Fundamentals videos? Let's have a look."

  • First Unauthorised iPhone App Store To Open Up Shop (Mar 10, 2009, 01:31)
    OSNews: "Several popular applications were not allowed into the App Store, forcing the developers of those applications to offer their work only to owners of jailbroken iPhones. From now on, that will be a whole lot easier: the first unauthorised iPhone application store is about to open up shop."