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Developer Linux News for Jun 21, 2010

  • Open Source vs Proprietary Code: seeking a balanced standard (Jun 21, 2010, 19:33)
    My Open Source Wish List: "But what about the rights of the creators of original code? The programmer sometimes pours his money, his time, his energies, his own life into a program, and is unfair to demand or expect him to put it into the public domain right away or license it under a free license..."

  • Mono is a disease? - A counter point (Jun 21, 2010, 17:03)
    Hubfolio: "Shane Shields recently posted an article suggesting that Mono was a disease created by Microsoft to propagate a flawed technology that will ultimately weaken Linux. It was an interesting read, but I would have to disagree."

  • OpenOffice at the crossroads (Jun 21, 2010, 16:33)
    The H Open: "Meeks has long contended that OpenOffice.org has failed to attract and keep individual and corporate developers due to "a half-hearted open-source strategy that is not truly 'Open'" and lacks transparency."

  • let�s move that source code so it doesn�t get lazy (Jun 21, 2010, 14:17)
    life at the end of the universe: "So as you might have heard KDE is going to host its own git infrastructure. This means that the projects currently on gitorious will have to be moved one by one."