Developer Linux News for Sep 29, 2009
Why Software is not treated fairly (Sep 29, 2009, 21:04)
My Gnu/Linux: "This is unfair because many
freedoms that you have when you buy other items are taken away
simply because they managed to convince the rest of the world that
this it is how itâ€™s suppose to work and there
is no other way."
My ongoing Kafka-esque nightmare of dealing with Palm (Sep 29, 2009, 19:04)
JWZ: "My ongoing Kafka-esque nightmare of
dealing with Palm and their App Catalog submission process."
NVIDIA Publicly Releases Its OpenCL Linux Drivers (Sep 29, 2009, 17:04)
Phoronix: "It's been no secret that NVIDIA has
been working on an OpenCL Linux driver for their graphics
processors just as AMD has been doing, but up until now their beta
drivers were only available to registered NVIDIA developers"
How Will Users React to GNOME 3.0? (Sep 29, 2009, 15:34)
Datamation: "GNOME 2.28 was supposed to preview
GNOME 3.0. But it hasn't quite turned out that way, and whether
what is visible will leave users eagerly anticipating or uneasy and
rebellious is still anybody's guess."
Linux and the Licensing Two-Step (Sep 29, 2009, 15:04)
CertCities: "When it comes to writing Linux
applications, there are two licenses you need to be aware of: the
GPL and the LGPL."
Codeplex Foundation Motivations Revealed (Sep 29, 2009, 14:34)
Mono NoNo: "In responding to the devastating
criticism of the Codeplex Foundationâ€™s
fundamentally flawed organization and the high skepticism of its
motives, Mr. Ramji revealed a bit of the true motives behind the
Google throws the �open� out of �open-source� by shutting down Android mod (Sep 29, 2009, 12:34)
ThinkDigit: "And now, the company has gone
ahead and issued a 'Cease and Desist' (C&D) order to one of the
most popular Android mods around, CyanogenMod."
Global Conference on Open Source (GCOS) will be held in Jakarta, on 26-27 Octobe (Sep 29, 2009, 06:04)
GCOS: "Global Conference on Open Source (GCOS)
aims to bring the global open source community together in order to
address the growing demand for open source technology in every
Fat or Fit? The Penguin's Bulging Waistline (Sep 29, 2009, 04:34)
Linux Blog Safari: "Bearded or bloated -- or
both? LinuxCon was a hugely satisfying event for many conference
attendees, but it also brought out some discontent."