Developer Linux News for Dec 14, 2009
Watch out Microsoft: GNOME is poised to have a killer 2010 (Dec 14, 2009, 23:34)
Network World: "The GNOME Foundation features a
powerhouse roster of vendor sponsors who are committing more money
than ever to support desktop Linux."
Distributions: No winter break in Linux land (Dec 14, 2009, 18:04)
The H Open: "With Fedora 12 and Ubuntu 9.10 now
out the door, developers are already turning their attention to the
spring releases. KDE3 has definitively gone the way of the dodo as
far as openSUSE and Mandriva are concerned."
Is Desktop Linux Handicap Accessible? (Dec 14, 2009, 16:04)
Datamation: "With proprietary operating
systems, there are programs readily available for those who need
accessibility assistance with their computers. But what is it like
for someone who needs accessibility options on the Linux
Open source hardware 2009 - The definitive guide to open source hardware projects in 2009 (Dec 14, 2009, 15:04)
Make: "Welcome to definitive guide to open
source hardware projects in 2009. First up - What is open source
Poulsbo mess casts a shadow on Intel's Moblin project (Dec 14, 2009, 14:34)
ars Technica: "Intel's puzzling refusal to
address the problems with the Linux drivers for its GMA500
integrated graphics component is raising serious questions about
the company's commitment to Linux compatibility."
Open Source Licensing Detection Gets More Competitive (Dec 14, 2009, 14:04)
Developer.com: "However, one of the potential
issues with open source software adoption is license
compliance—ensuring that developers and enterprises are not
in violation with a particular license."
GNOME dev proposes vote on split from GNU Project (Dec 14, 2009, 13:04)
IT Wire: "A senior member of the GNOME Desktop
Project has proposed that the project hold a vote on whether it
should remain a part of the GNU Project."